Professor (Investigador extern)
Psychology Department, University of Roehampton
I trained in Medicine at Cambridge and London Universities then in Psychiatry (Laughlin Prize winner), medical psychotherapy, group analysis and family/systemic psychotherapy. From 1986 to 2016 I worked 50/50 clinical/research in the NHS from community to high secure hospital settings. My research has been diverse and resulted in 126 peer-reviewed publications. My most extensive programme of work has been on the CORE (Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation) system, a free to use, but copyright suite of instruments for measurement of change in psychological therapies and mental health, where I lead on translations. I am also working on modern psychometric methods, psychotropic prescribing discussions and idiographic and hybrid measures including repertory grids and PSYCHLOPS.