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Title: What do the narratives of second generation children within families forcibly displaced by war or persecution reveal about the process of social identity development and acculturation in this group?
Author: Rexhepi-Johansson, Teuta
Awarding Body: University of Surrey
Current Institution: University of Surrey
Date of Award: 2012
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This portfolio contains the work completed for the PsychD Clinical Psychology training programme over the period of three years, from 2009-2012. The portfolio is divided into two volumes. This first volume contains three dossiers: Academic, Clinical and Research. This volume is a public document that will be held in the library at the University of Surrey. Volume 2 of the portfolio contains the completed Clinical Dossier, which contains more confidential and sensitive material which will be stored electronically and securely in the department of Psychology at the University of Surrey. The Academic Dossier in this volume comprises a literature review, a professional issues essay, two reflective accounts of problem based learning exercises, and summaries of process accounts of the first two years of a personal and professional learning and development group. The Clinical dossier contains an overview of clinical experiences gained over the five placements, summaries of the four clinical case reports completed and a summary of the oral case presentation of clinical activity. The Research Dossier contains a service related research project including the evidence of feedback to the service (SRRP), major research project (MRP), qualitative research project and the research log check list. The aim of the portfolio is to give the reader a sense of the evolving development of the author across her training by demonstrating the sense of depth and breadth of work completed over the three years.
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Psych.D) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.582819  DOI: Not available
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