“Hope has proven a powerful predictor of outcome in every study we’ve done so far.”
Charles R. Snyder
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Cole, E. & Walker, N. A Literature Review of the evidence for psychological interventions for older people, with mental health problems and dementia, on acute psychiatric inpatient units. Poster presented at: The 1st BPS FPOP Conference of Psychological Best Practice in Inpatient Wards; 8th Oct 2015. Manchester, England.
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