We have to generate enough income to cover all our costs and have done this successfully every year since the centre was established over 25 years ago. Shorter training programmes in CBT at all levels, from beginners to the most advanced, to a wide range of audiences in Oxford , around the UK and abroad. Audiences include nurses, doctors, psychologists, counsellors, graduate workers and many other groups, in various locations all around the UK. Our overseas programmes include regular contributions to CBT courses in Sweden, Hong Kong and Iceland, as well as comissioned training in other countries. Our new on-line video training modules Clinical supervision , face-to-face, by telephone or via live internet video link Self-help booklets for patients , and guides for clinicians Collaboration on academic projects with Universities Staff Alison Croft , Consultant Clinical Psychologist Alison Croft trained as a clinical psychologist in Oxford. She has experience of delivering training and supervision to a wide range of clinicians, from beginner to expert level, both in the UK and overseas.
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We have to generate enough income to cover all our costs and have done this successfully every year since the centre was established over 25 years ago. Shorter training programmes in CBT at all levels, from beginners to the most advanced, to a wide range of audiences in Oxford , around the UK and abroad. Audiences include nurses, doctors, psychologists, counsellors, graduate workers and many other groups, in various locations all around the UK.
Our overseas programmes include regular contributions to CBT courses in Sweden, Hong Kong and Iceland, as well as comissioned training in other countries. Our new on-line video training modules Clinical supervision , face-to-face, by telephone or via live internet video link Self-help booklets for patients , and guides for clinicians Collaboration on academic projects with Universities Staff Alison Croft , Consultant Clinical Psychologist Alison Croft trained as a clinical psychologist in Oxford.
She has experience of delivering training and supervision to a wide range of clinicians, from beginner to expert level, both in the UK and overseas. She has published several book chapters related to CBT practice and research papers in the areas of CBT training and service innovations, and physician mental health.
He qualified as a therapist in and has an extensive background in mental health working as a specialist mental health pharmacist. Dan has a particular interest in working with anxiety disorders including OCD and GAD, other interests are chronic depression, panic disorder and low self-esteem. His research interests include the use of CBT techniques by routine healthcare professionals to enhance medicines optimisation, and he is currently undertaking a doctorate at the University of Oxford in this field.
She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology in Oxford in and the Oxford Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Therapy in She has worked in a range of NHS settings, including primary care, community mental health teams, inpatient settings and tertiary psychological therapy services. She has combined her clinical work with a training role since , and has extensive experience of providing teaching, training and supervision.
Her clinical and research interests include the wellbeing and personal and professional development of health professionals. She is an experienced clinician now specialising in childhood trauma.
She has made valuable contributions to the field of cognitive therapy through her popular workshops and her writings. Amongst other publications, she is the author of Overcoming Anxiety and co-author of An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, both of which have been highly commended by the British Medical Association. Jo Adams , Clinical Psychologist Principal Jo Adams is a Principal Clinical Psychologist who has worked in child and adolescent mental health services for over ten years.
Jo has substantial experience of working with children, young people and their families across a range of psychological difficulties, and currently holds a clinical position within a specialist child and adolescent eating disorder service. Jo has particular clinical and research interests in adolescent development in the context of mental health difficulties and physical illness, and in working with hard to engage young people.
Her professional interests include supervision training and working with complex cases using a transdiagnostic, formulation driven approach to therapy. In this time she has had a wealth of experiences and has gained expertise in working with CBT with adults with a wide range of clinical presentations, working in a variety of settings from primary to tertiary and inpatient and outpatient services.
Choosing to specialise in CBT and its application across disorders, Kate has also completed a PhD investigating illness appraisals in psychosis. She currently works for OCTC as a supervisor and trainer. She has a particular interest in working with PTSD and has worked extensively with the Fire and Rescue service and other occupational groups such as police, armed forces and health service professionals.
Other interests are in schema therapy, low self esteem, panic disorder and mindfulness. She has worked as a trial therapist on studies treating sleep and worry in patients with persecutory delusions, and is currently undertaking a 5 year program of research to develop the psychological understanding and treatment of harmful grandiose delusions.
She is widely respected for her innovative clinical work and specializes in the assessment and treatment of PTSD and other complex reactions following adult trauma. She has worked on a European Union funded multi-centre research on innovative approaches to working with traumatized refugees and has a special interest in the treatment of occupational and multiple and prolonged trauma. He worked in Yorkshire as a clinical psychologist before moving to the University of Oxford as a Research Clinical Psychologist.
He is currently Editor of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, and on the editorial board of many international journals. He is Patron of several OCD and anxiety disorder charities. He has published over articles and chapters on the understanding and treatment of psychological problems and anxiety disorders. She has worked across many settings as a Clinical Psychologist: in primary care latterly in an Improving Access to Psychological Therapies service ; with Community Mental Health Teams; in an acute psychiatric inpatient setting and in Early Intervention in Psychosis teams.
She has also worked as a therapist in clinical research settings, providing imagery-based CBT for people given a bipolar disorder diagnosis as well as with people distressed by hearing voices. She has extensive experience supervising and teaching the application of CBT for a range of adult mental health presentations and to a range of skill levels, including volunteers, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners, trainee therapists and CBT therapists and Psychologists.
She has a specialist interest in psychosis and has worked in early intervention services providing CBT and supervising. She currently works as a research therapist providing imagery-based CBT to people given a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. She is an experienced therapist who has worked with a wide range of clinical disorders in both adults and children.
Her clinical interests include treatment of co-morbidity and complex presentations, as well as in the potentially positive effects of adverse life events. She holds a D. She has had an international role as a trainer, supervisor and consultant for CBT training programmes and research projects.
Sasha is a BABCP accredited practitioner who specialises in working with anxiety disorders across all ages but particularly with children and young people. Since qualifying, Sasha has worked in specialist CBT clinics for children and young adults with a range of anxiety and depressive conditions.
Sasha is passionate about promoting the use of evidence based practice in therapy particularly in the areas of paediatric OCD and Emetophobia fear of vomiting.
She has provided supervision and teaching to a wide range of trainees and professionals in the NHS, and in local authorities.
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