I joined King’s College London in 2013. My work focuses on developing, testing, and implementing digital therapies for people experiencing depression and/or anxiety in response to living with physical long-term condition(s). I enjoy the challenge of translating research into routine clinical care, supporting the adoption of this process, and evaluating it scientifically. An example of one of the interventions I developed with a team of academic clinicians at King’s College London can be found here: https://compassltcorg.wordpress.com/
My research compliments my teaching role within the IoPPN at King’s College London. I am programme lead for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Long-Term Conditions and Persistent Physical Symptom training programme.
PGDip - Higher Education: King’s College London
PhD in Health Psychology: University of Manchester
PGDip - Psychological Therapies: University of Nottingham
MSc - Health Psychology: University of Nottingham
BSc - Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience: University of Nottingham
- Systematic reviews with meta-analysis and meta-regression
- Intervention development including tailoring cognitive-behavioural therapy treatments to improve depression and anxiety treatments for people with long-term conditions.
- Digital intervention development using the person-based approach
- Evaluation of digital therapy interventions using randomised controlled trial designs and linked process analyses
- Implementation of digital health interventions informed by implementation science methods
Expertise and Public Engagement
- Peer reviewer for journals
- Peer reviewer for NIHR RfPB
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