MA (Cantab), DClinPsy
Wellcome Trust Clinical Fellow, Clinical Psychologist
I am interested in psychological responses to traumatic events and translating experimental research to clinical practice. My current research is focused on the psychological impact of bullying and better understanding processes that maintain detrimental effects. This will inform clinical interventions to help those who are struggling personally and interpersonally after being bullied.
Prior to this, I completed my doctorate in clinical psychology at University College London and was a PTSD therapist and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Development and Validation of the Bullied Cognitions Inventory (BCI)
Graham B. and Ehlers A., (2023), Cognitive Therapy and Research
External locus of control but not self-esteem predicts increasing social anxiety among bullied children
Graham B. et al, (2022), Clinical Psychology in Europe, 4
External Locus of Control but not Self-Esteem Predicts Increasing Social Anxiety Among Bullied Children.
Graham B. et al, (2022), Clin Psychol Eur, 4
Circadian influence on intrusive re-experiencing in trauma survivors' daily lives
Rosi-Andersen A. et al, (2022), European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 13
Prolonged exposure and sertraline treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder also improve multiple indicators of social functioning
GRAHAM B. et al, (2020), Journal of Traumatic Stress