MA Oxf, DClinPsy
Anxiety & Trauma (Clark)
- Wellcome Trust Doctoral Training Fellow
- Clinical Psychologist
I am on the Wellcome Trust Doctoral Training Fellowship Scheme for Clinicians, working in the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (OxCADAT) where I am undertaking research into Social Anxiety Disorder alongside working clinically.
My research focuses on the recently developed cognitive therapy treatment for social anxiety that is delivered over the internet. I am investigating the mechanisms of change underlying this therapy, and the process of disseminating the treatment into routine clinical settings. I am supervised by Professor David Clark and Professor Anke Ehlers.
I completed my undergraduate studies in Experimental Psychology here in Oxford, and my Clinical Psychology doctorate at the University of Bath.
Conducting ethical internet-based research with vulnerable populations: a qualitative study of bereaved participants' experiences of online questionnaires.
Smith KV. et al, (2018), Eur J Psychotraumatol, 9
The phenomenology of self-critical thinking in people with depression, eating disorders, and in healthy individuals.
Thew GR. et al, (2017), Psychol Psychother, 90, 751 - 769
Conducting research in clinical psychology practice: Barriers, facilitators, and recommendations.
Smith KV. and Thew GR., (2017), Br J Clin Psychol, 56, 347 - 356
Self-Critical Thinking and Overgeneralization in Depression and Eating Disorders: An Experimental Study.
Thew GR. et al, (2017), Behav Cogn Psychother, 45, 510 - 523
Developing and evaluating psychological provision in the acute hospital setting for patients with chronic respiratory disease
Thew GR. et al, (2017), The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist