Service Users Lived Experience of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Adjustment to Neurological Conditions

Written by Dr Claire Farrow, Specialist Clinical Psychologist, (previously Trainee Clinical Psychologist on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology course), Centre of Applied Psychological Sciences, Pain and Long Term Conditions Theme, email: clairefarrow@nhs.net The following study was completed in partial fulfilment of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Course at Teesside University. The World Health Organisation (WHO, … Continue reading “Service Users Lived Experience of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Adjustment to Neurological Conditions”

Trauma, well-being, and academic success: Why universities need to be trauma-informed

Written by Dr Sarah Allen, Lecturer in Psychology,Centre  for Applied Psychological Science, Health and Wellbeing Theme; Email: s.allen@tees.ac.uk  Stacie Thursby, Student Research Assistant currently studying MSc Health Psychology at Teesside University Dr Nikki Carthy, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Centre for Applied Psychological Science, Vulnerable Victims and Offenders in the Criminal Justice System Theme; Email: n.carthy@tees.ac.uk  … Continue reading “Trauma, well-being, and academic success: Why universities need to be trauma-informed”