Robin Davidson on the UKDPC Consensus Statement on Recovery
Posted on 17-06-2008

Robin explains the considerations given to the Statement and describes the importance of each step.

 

Robin Davidson

Professor and Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Location: Belfast

Professor Robin Davidson has been a Consultant Clinical Psychologist for more years than he cares to remember. He worked in the Leeds Addiction Service before moving to Northern Ireland as Head of Clinical Psychology for the Northern Health Board. He has published widely in the field of alcohol dependence, motivation and health psychology and has…

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