Amies, P. (1996) Psychotherapy patients: are they the worried well’?
Psychiatric Bulletin, 20, 153–156.
Andrews, G. (1993) The essential psychotherapies.
British Journal Psychiatry, 162, 447–451.
Derogatis, L. R. (1983) SCL-90-R: Administration, Scoring and Procedures.
Towson, MD: Clinical Psychometric Research, Inc.
Doidge, N., Simon, B., Gillies, L. A., et al (1994) Characteristics of psychoanalytic patients under a nationalised health plan: DSM–III–R diagnosis. previous treatment, and childhood trauma.
American Journal of Psychiatry, 151, 586–590.
Evans, J., Hartman, J. & Gladwell, S. (1995) Diagnostic survey in a regional psychotherapy unit.
Psychiatric Bulletin, 19, 673–675.
Furnham, A. & Wardley, Z. (1990) Lay theories of psychotherapy 1: Attitudes towards, and beliefs about. psychotherapy and therapists.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 46, 878–890.
Hinshelwood, R. D. (1994) The relevance of psychotherapy.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 8, 283–294.
Holmes, J. & Marks, I. (1994) Psychotherapy – a luxury the NHS cannot afford?
British Medical Journal
Maloney, C. (1993) Who should refer to psychotherapy? Referrals to a regional service.
Psychiatric Bulletin, 17, 352–354.
Margison, F. & Stewart, A. (1996) General practitioner and psychotherapist referrals to a specialist psychotherapy centre.
Psychiatric Bulletin, 20, 418–421.
Morton, M. J. & Staines, J. (1993) GP use of psychotherapy services.
Psychiatric Bulletin, 17, 526–527.
Royal College of Psychiatrists (1993) Psychological therapies for adults in the NHS: A joint statement by the British Psychological Society and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Tasca, G. A., Russeil, V. & Busby, K. (1994) Characteristics of patients who choose between two types of group psychotherapy.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 44, 499–508.
Wong, J. L. (1994) Lay theories of psychotherapy and perceptions of therapists: a replication and extension of Furnham and Wardley.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 50, 624–632.