Dr Stephen Kellett, BSc, MSc, DClinPsy
University of Sheffield
Sheffield S10 2TN
Tel: (+44) (0)114 2226537
Fax: (+44) (0)114 2226610
Room: WB C18
BSc Hons – University of Ulster
MSc – Sheffield
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the NHS since 2000.
Practitioner and Supervisor training in CAT – ACAT accredited
Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist - BABCP accredited
My research interests fall broadly within the area of outcome across the psychological modalities using a variety of methods from single case experimental designs through to randomized controlled trials. I am also research active in the following areas; return-to-work, increasing attendance, impulse control disorders, morbid jealousy, cyclothymia and compulsive hoarding disorder.
Teaching and administrative duties
I lead the PG Cert in Low Intensity Psychological Interventions and the PG Dip in High Intensity Psychological Interventions. I teach on the DClin Psy at Sheffield and around the country and train for ACAT.
Current Postgraduate Students
- Nicholas Firth (DClin Psy): A multi-level modelling approach to investigating therapist effects and factors influencing therapy outcome with IAPT low intensity workers (joint supervisor with Prof Michael Barkham)
- Ben Hague (DClin Psy): Compulsive buying in men and the effect of arousal in impulse control
- Jo Meadows (DClin Psy): Development and piloting of a low-intensity CAT-informed intervention for anxiety
- Sundeep Sandhu (DClin Psy): An exploratory study of exits during cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) for depression (joint supervisor with Prof Gillian Hardy)
- Jo-Ann Pereira (PhD)
- Raul Berrios (PhD)
A list of key publications can be found below. For a full list of publications please click here
- Kellett S & Hardy G (2014) Treatment of paranoid personality disorder with cognitive analytic therapy: a mixed methods single case experimental design.. Clin Psychol Psychother, 21(5), 452-464. View this article in WRRO
- Kellett S, Purdie F, Bickerstaffe D, Hopper S & Scott S (2013) Predicting return to work from health related welfare following low intensity cognitive behaviour therapy.. Behav Res Ther, 51(3), 134-141. View this article in WRRO
- Kellett S, Bennett D, Ryle T & Thake A (2013) Cognitive analytic therapy for borderline personality disorder: therapist competence and therapeutic effectiveness in routine practice.. Clin Psychol Psychother, 20(3), 216-225.
- Thornhill K, Kellett S & Davies J (2012) Heterogeneity within compulsive buyers: a Q-sort study.. Psychol Psychother, 85(2), 229-241.
- Totterdell P & Kellett S (2008) Restructuring mood in cyclothymia using cognitive behavior therapy: an intensive time-sampling study.. J Clin Psychol, 64(4), 501-518.