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Psychological Research Day, West London Mental Health Trust

Dr. Chris Harrop

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (BST)

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Psychological Research Morning,Tuesday 30th May 2017

 

From cookbook to cordon bleu? Ensuring quality in our psychological services

 

Dr Nick Grey, Clinical Research Fellow, Kings College London and Sussex Partnership Trust

Nick Grey is one of the leading (innovative) Psychologists nationally working with trauma in the UK today, and particularly good at “practice-based evidence” and also translating research findings into everyday clinical practice. Nick is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Research and Training Fellow at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SPFT) and University of Sussex. He is chair of SPFT’s Mood and Anxiety Clinical Academic Group helping to develop care pathways and supporting evidence-based care across the trust’s services. Prior to this he was Joint Clinical Director at the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. He is the editor of A Casebook of Cognitive Therapy for Traumatic Stress Reactions (2009, Routledge), and co-editor of How to be a More Effective CBT Therapist (2014, Wiley).

 

 A Compassion Focussed approach to treating complex PTSD

Dr Deborah Lee, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Head of Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service & South Central Veterans Service

Deborah Lee is regarded as the leading clinician and researcher nationally developing compassion-based interventions. She has worked in the field of trauma for 20 years and specialises in the treatment of PTSD and complex Trauma. Her particular area of clinical and research interest is in shame-based PTSD and self-criticism. She has developed the use of compassion-based treatments including the use of compassionate imagery in shame-based flashbacks to enhance clinical practice in this field. She is the author (with Sophie James) of The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Recovering from Trauma and PTSD(2013).

 

Part of this meeting is to provide support for people wanting to get involved with (or develop their own) Psychological Research in the Trust.

The event starts at 13.30 and will finish at 16.30. This is a larger venue so all are welcome, including other professions!

 

The Venue

Churchill Room, South Stand, Twickenham Stadium.

Complimentary parking is available in the Main Car Park which is accessed via the North Car Park Gate 3 entrance on Whitton Dene where there will be screening traffic marshals. Staff and visitors should use the West Car Park lane. Exit from the car parks remains via the outer roadway into Rugby Road, Gate D. The entrance to the South stand is advised via Rugby Door A on Whitton Road and taking the lift to the second floor. Turn left outside of the lift and follow signage to Churchill

 

 

Have questions about Psychological Research Day, West London Mental Health Trust? Contact Dr. Chris Harrop

When & Where


Twickenham Stadium
Whitton Road
TW2 7BA Twickenham
United Kingdom

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (BST)


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