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”

Living with Neurological Conditions: A Creative Response to Challenges

Written by Nikita Rachel Shepherdson, BSc Psychology with Clinical Psychology, student at Teesside University, Centre for Applied Psychological Science; Email: q5280404@tees.ac.uk Ruth Chalkley, Participant Research Assistant, person with a neurological condition, affiliate of Neuro Key (working title of the Tees Valley, Durham and North Yorkshire Neurological Alliance) Giles Hudson, Participant Research Assistant, person with a neurological … Continue reading “Living with Neurological Conditions: A Creative Response to Challenges”

Welcome to the Centre for Applied Psychological Science (CAPS) research blog

CAPS aims to bridge the gap between theoretical research and applied practice by providing evidence-based solutions to real-world problems. We specialise in research that contributes to knowledge in the academic community and beyond to have a significant contribution to the public, practitioners, policy-makers and the wider community. CAPS is guided by an interdisciplinary approach that … Continue reading “Welcome to the Centre for Applied Psychological Science (CAPS) research blog”