Previous seminars

Please see below for links to recordings of previous clinical psychology seminars, from 2017 to date



Vyv Huddy et al, Monday 21st November 2022, 4-5pm

Experiences of Accessing Community Sector Support for Self-Harm


Tim Dalgleish, Monday 22nd November 2021, 4.00-5.00pm

Transdiagnostic Approaches to Mental Health Problems: Current Status and Future Directions

Dr Lisa Wood, 7th March 2022, 4-5pm

Delivering psychological therapies in acute mental health inpatient settings

Liz Corker, 3rd May 2022, 1.30 - 2.30pm

Using Research & Clinical Skills to assess inequality

Prof Richard Bentall, 6th June 2022, 1.30 - 2.30pm

Delusions and the madness of crowds


Prof Katherine Berry, Monday 7th June 2021, 1.30-2.30pm

Attachment and Psychosis

Dr Ana Catarino & Dr Mel Simmonds-Buckley, Tue 20th April, 1.30-2.30pm

Depression sub-types: patient demographics and differential response to treatment

Dr Jaime Delgadillo, Monday 8th March 2021, 4-5pm

Stratified care versus stepped care for depression: a randomised controlled trial

Prof Glenn Waller, Tuesday 26th January 2021, 1.30-2.30pm

Dialectical behaviour therapy for binge eating disorder: Balancing effectiveness and duration

Dr Anna Lavis & Dr Rachel Winter, Monday 23rd November 2020, 4-5pm

Young people’s engagements with self-harm content on social media: Harms, benefits and opportunities for intervention through COVID and beyond. 


Dr Sam Wass, Monday 8th June, 1.30-2.30-pm

Understanding how a chaotic and noisy early life living environment can affect later self regulation

Dr Birgit Watzke, Monday 2nd March, 4-5pm

Stratified stepped care for depression: implementation, process & outcome

Dr Ross White, Tuesday 28th January, 1.30 - 2.30pm

Addressing the mental health needs of asylum seekers and refugees

Dr Carmen Valiente, Tuesday 29th Oct 2019, 4:00-5:00pm

The healing effects of well-being: A randomized control trial of a positive psychology intervention for people with schizophrenia

Dr Helene A. Nissen-LieTuesday 15th October 2019, 4:00 – 5:00pm (Presentation, PDF)

How can we best develop our personal and professional qualities to maximize client outcomes? 

Tuesday 20th August 2019, 12:00 – 1:00pm, Psychological services in Northern Uganda, 3 brief lectures - 

  • On being psychologically unwell in Uganda, Dr Emmanuel Mpamizo
  • Village health team Policy & Guidelines on Delivering Mental Health Intervention in Uganda, Yoweri Idiba
  • Uganda Health Care System - Integrating mental health care into the mainstream system, Dr Lucas anyayo


Dr Steve Kellett & Dr Nate Shearman, Monday 10th June 2019, 1:30-2:30pm, 

Does cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) change the target problem that the client wants helps with?  A meta-analysis of the single case experimental design evidence base

Dr Kim De Jong, Tuesday 2nd April 2019, 1:30-2:30pm, 

Using routine outcome monitoring as a feedback intervention to enhance outcomes in routine practice

Dr Gary P Brown, Tuesday 12th March 2019, 4:00 – 5:00pm, 

Measurement in psychotherapy outcome and process research: New developments and old obstacles.

Rob Griffiths, Monday 28th January 2019, 1:30-2:30pm, 

Service-user led scheduling for people experiencing first-episode psychosis: Findings from the Next Level trial

Prof Glenn Waller, Tuesday 16th October 2018, 4:00 – 5:00pm, 

Brief Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders: Effectiveness and Acceptability 



Prof Jamie Murphy, Tuesday 17th April 2018, 1:30 – 2:30pm, 

Madness, but not as we’ve known it: Exploring psychosis form and function, from continua and symptom interplay, to the externalisation of internal threat

Dr Alexander Rozental, Monday 29th January 2018, 1.30 – 2.30pm, 

Negative effects of psychological treatments – How to monitor and report adverse and unwanted events

Dr Katherine Berry, Monday 20th November 2017, 4 – 5pm, 

Attachment theory and therapeutic relationships

Professor Andy Turner & Dr Gemma Pearce, Tuesday 17th October 2017, 4-5pm, 

Self-management support for people with long-term conditions


Professor Lance McCraken, Tuesday 14th March 2017, 4.00 – 5.00pm, 

Functional Contextualism, Psychological Flexibility, and ACT in Physical Health: Theory and Application

Prof Richard Bentall, Monday 30th January 2017, 1.30 – 2.30pm, 

Paranoia considered as a disorder of belonging

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