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Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders & Trauma - OxCADAT (Ehlers)
My research focuses on investigating the relationship between sleep disturbances and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Sleep disturbances are common in people with PTSD, and are often a key symptom in motivating patients to seek treatment. There is growing evidence that sleep disturbances may potentially play a role in the development and maintenance of PTSD, and may affect responses to treatment. Of particular interest to this project is the hypothesis that disturbed sleep may be a key mechanism in PTSD, one I will investigate over the course of my DPhil.
Internet-delivered cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder: a development pilot series.
Stott R. et al, (2013), Behav Cogn Psychother, 41, 383 - 397
The Anxiety and Worry Workbook: The Cognitive Behavioural Solution
Woodward E., (2013), BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY, 41, 380 - 382