Welcome to Oxford Clinical Psychology
Oxford Clinical Psychology provides full-text access to over 300 titles in Oxford's global clinical psychology publishing program in an integrated online service. Covering a broad range of specialty areas, disorders, and treatment modalities, Oxford Clinical Psychology enables users to search and browse high-quality research and practice information.
Access to OUP resources on COVID-19
As part of our response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic across the world, Oxford University Press has made content from online resources freely accessible to assist clinicians, practitioners, and researchers who are working to address this health crisis. Explore the complete list of resources here.
In addition, those working with clients can always access the forms and worksheets in both our Treatments ThatWork and Programs ThatWork series completely free.
Understanding Eating Disorders
It is estimated that 70 million people worldwide have an eating disorder and, with the prevalence of disordered eating on the rise, it’s clear that this is a significant public health issue. Despite this, many misconceptions abound that are significant barriers to both treatment and public understanding of eating disorders. Find practical information, as well as guidance for individuals affected by eating disorders and their loved ones here.
Featured Chapter: Mary Ainsworth and the Strange Situation Procedure
In 1963, Mary Ainsworth began a study of Baltimore infants and their mothers, who were visited regularly until the children were a year old. As a supplement to home observations, Ainsworth invited the mothers and infants for a laboratory-based observational procedure called the Strange Situation. In this chapter from Cornerstones of Attachment Research, author Robbie Duschinsky examines the pioneering study that established attachment as a paradigm within developmental science. Read More >>