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Dr Lisa Wood

Honorary Lecturer
School of Health and Social Care
Dr Lisa Wood
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  • Location

    2S2.5.22, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Monday 9-5, Tuesday 9-5, Friday AM

Profile

Qualifications

  • PgDip Medical and Clinical Education University of Essex, (2016)

  • PhD in Clinical Psychology University of Manchester, (2017)

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology University of East London, (2012)

  • Masters in Research Psychology University of Manchester, (2007)

  • Batchelor of Science in Psychology University of Essex, (2006)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Essex (1/10/2015 - present)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

CBT and third wave approaches (CFT) for psychosis

Stigma and discrimination of mental health and psychosis

Approaches to recovery in psychosis

Acute mental health care

Systematic reviews and meta analysis

Complex intervention development and evaluation

Teaching and supervision

Previous supervision

Emma Louise Rivett
Emma Louise Rivett
Thesis title: A Qualitative Exploration of Acute Mental Health Inpatient Staff’S Experiences of Working with High Risk Behaviours, and the Support They Receive
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 30/10/2020
Jay Solanki
Jay Solanki
Thesis title: Experiences of Adults From a Black Minority Ethnic (Bme) Background Who Have Been Detained as Inpatients Under the Mental Health Act
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 30/10/2020
Claire Louise Wheeler
Claire Louise Wheeler
Thesis title: 'snitches Get Stitches': A Qualitative Exploration of Childhood Bullying Amongst Individuals with Early Psychosis Experiences
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 18/11/2019
Anisha Meera Vyas
Anisha Meera Vyas
Thesis title: Flipping Between Cultural Worlds: A Qualitative Exploration of Stigma Experiences of British Asian People Using an Early Intervention in Psychosis Service
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 1/11/2019
Laura Emrich
Laura Emrich
Thesis title: Recovery From Psychosis: A Mental Health Inpatient Perspective.
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 24/10/2018
Sarah Elizabeth Fife
Sarah Elizabeth Fife
Thesis title: 'A Feasibility Study to Evaluate a Self-Harm Group in Psychiatric Inpatient Settings'
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 24/10/2018
Catherine Elizabeth Douglas
Catherine Elizabeth Douglas
Thesis title: Factors That Promote Recovery: The Views of Service Users Experiencing Psychosis on an Acute Psychiatric Ward.
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 24/10/2018
Kirsty Ellis
Kirsty Ellis
Thesis title: The Experiences of Practitioners Implementing the Open Dialogue Approach Within the Nhs in the UK
Degree subject: Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psych)
Awarded date: 18/4/2018

Publications

Journal articles (40)

Douglas, C., Wood, L. and Taggart, D., (2021). Recovery priorities of people with psychosis in acute mental health in-patient settings: a Q-methodology study. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1-14

Jones, A., Read, J. and Wood, L., (2020). A retrospective case study of the thematic content of psychotic experiences in a first episode psychosis population. Journal of Mental Health, 1-9

Jacobsen, P. and Wood, L., (2020). Risk of contamination when planning psychological therapy trials can be assessed using a simple framework. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 124, 8-15

Wood, L., Williams, C., Billings, J. and Johnson, S., (2020). A systematic review and meta-analysis of cognitive behavioural informed psychological interventions for psychiatric inpatients with psychosis. Schizophrenia Research. 222, 133-144

Stockmann, T., Wood, L., Enache, G., Withers, F., Gavaghan, L. and Razzaque, R., (2019). Peer-supported Open Dialogue: a thematic analysis of trainee perspectives on the approach and training. Journal of Mental Health. 28 (3), 312-318

Wood, LJ., Williams, C., Enache, G., Withers, F., Fullarton, K., Salehi, D. and Draper, M., (2019). Examining cognitive functioning of adult acute psychiatric inpatients through a brief screening assessment. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. 42 (1), 64-70

Wood, L., Jones, A., Bishop, E. and Williams, C., (2019). Evaluating the introduction of assistant psychologists to an acute mental health inpatient setting. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care. 15 (1), 21-30

Wood, L., Williams, C., Billings, J. and Johnson, S., (2019). The therapeutic needs of psychiatric in-patients with psychosis: A qualitative exploration of patient and staff perspectives. BJPsych Open. 5 (3), e45-

Fife, S., Blumenfeld, F., Williams, C. and Wood, L., (2019). A feasibility study highlighting challenges in evaluating a structured, psychological treatment for self-harm in adult psychiatric inpatient settings. Psychiatry Research. 282, 112609-112609

Wood, L., Williams, C., Billings, J. and Johnson, S., (2019). Psychologists’ Perspectives on the implementation of Psychological Therapy for Psychosis in the Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Setting. Qualitative Health Research. 29 (14), 2048-2056

Wood, L., Williams, C., Billings, J. and Johnson, S., (2019). The role of psychology in a multidisciplinary psychiatric inpatient setting: Perspective from the multidisciplinary team. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 92 (4), 554-564

Wood, L. and Alsawy, S., (2018). Recovery in Psychosis from a Service User Perspective: A Systematic Review and Thematic Synthesis of Current Qualitative Evidence. Community Mental Health Journal. 54 (6), 793-804

Wood, L., Byrne, R., Enache, G. and Morrison, AP., (2018). Acute Inpatients’ Experiences of Stigma From Psychosis: A Qualitative Exploration.. Stigma and Health. 3 (1), 1-8

Wood, LJ., Byrne, R., Enache, G. and Morrison, A., (2018). A brief cognitive therapy intervention for internalised stigma in acute inpatients who experience psychosis: A feasibility randomised controlled trial. Psychiatry Research. 262, 303-310

Birtel, MD., Wood, L. and Kempa, NJ., (2017). Stigma and social support in substance abuse: Implications for mental health and well-being. Psychiatry Research. 252, 1-8

Wood, L., Byrne, R. and Morrison, AP., (2017). An Integrative Cognitive Model of Internalized Stigma in Psychosis. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 45 (06), 545-560

Wood, L. and Irons, C., (2017). Experienced stigma and its impacts in psychosis: The role of social rank and external shame. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 90 (3), 419-431

Wood, L., Byrne, R., Burke, E., Enache, G. and Morrison, AP., (2017). The impact of stigma on emotional distress and recovery from psychosis: The mediatory role of internalised shame and self-esteem. Psychiatry Research. 255, 94-100

Wood, L., Burke, E., Byrne, R., Enache, G. and Morrison, AP., (2016). Semi-structured Interview Measure of Stigma (SIMS) in psychosis: Assessment of psychometric properties. Schizophrenia Research. 176 (2-3), 398-403

Wood, L., Byrne, R., Varese, F. and Morrison, AP., (2016). Psychosocial interventions for internalised stigma in people with a schizophrenia-spectrum diagnosis: A systematic narrative synthesis and meta-analysis. Schizophrenia Research. 176 (2-3), 291-303

Razzaque, R. and Wood, L., (2016). Exploration of the Effectiveness and Acceptability of a Professional Mindfulness Retreat for Psychiatrists. Mindfulness. 7 (2), 340-348

Wood, L., Burke, EM., Byrne, R. and Morrison, A., (2016). Examining service user experiences of a Cognitive Therapy intervention for self-stigma in psychosis. Psychosis. 8 (3), 238-249

Burke, E., Wood, L., Zabel, E., Clark, A. and Morrison, AP., (2016). Experiences of stigma in psychosis: A qualitative analysis of service users’ perspectives. Psychosis. 8 (2), 130-142

Wood, L. and Irons, C., (2016). Exploring the Associations between Social Rank and External Shame with Experiences of Psychosis. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 44 (5), 527-538

Morrison, AP., Burke, E., Murphy, E., Pyle, M., Bowe, S., Varese, F., Dunn, G., Chapman, N., Hutton, P., Welford, M. and Wood, LJ., (2016). Cognitive therapy for internalised stigma in people experiencing psychosis: A pilot randomised controlled trial. Psychiatry Research. 240, 96-102

Wood, L. and Alsawy, S., (2016). Patient experiences of psychiatric inpatient care: a systematic review of qualitative evidence. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care. 12 (1), 35-43

Razzaque, R. and Wood, L., (2015). Open Dialogue and its Relevance to the NHS: Opinions of NHS Staff and Service Users. Community Mental Health Journal. 51 (8), 931-938

Wood, L., Burke, E. and Morrison, A., (2015). Individual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp): A Systematic Review of Qualitative Literature. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 43 (3), 285-297

Razzaque, R., Okoro, E. and Wood, L., (2015). Mindfulness in Clinician Therapeutic Relationships. Mindfulness. 6 (2), 170-174

Alsawy, S., Wood, L., Taylor, PJ. and Morrison, AP., (2015). Psychotic experiences and PTSD: exploring associations in a population survey. Psychological Medicine. 45 (13), 2849-2859

Taylor, PJ., Hutton, P. and Wood, L., (2015). Are people at risk of psychosis also at risk of suicide and self-harm? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychological Medicine. 45 (5), 911-926

Wood, L., Burke, E., Byrne, R., Pyle, M., Chapman, N. and Morrison, A., (2015). Stigma in psychosis: A thematic synthesis of current qualitative evidence. Psychosis. 7 (2), 152-165

Wood, L., Birtel, M., Alsawy, S., Pyle, M. and Morrison, A., (2014). Public perceptions of stigma towards people with schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety. Psychiatry Research. 220 (1-2), 604-608

Hutton, P., Wood, L., Taylor, PJ., Irving, K. and Morrison, AP., (2014). Cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis: rationale and protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychosis. 6 (3), 220-230

Kilbride, M., Byrne, R., Price, J., Wood, L., Barratt, S., Welford, M. and Morrison, AP., (2013). Exploring Service Users’ Perceptions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis: A User Led Study. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 41 (1), 89-102

Wood, L., Price, J., Morrision, A. and Haddock, G., (2013). Exploring service users perceptions of recovery from psychosis: A Q-methodological approach. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 86 (3), 245-261

Wood, L., Lala, P., Fearns, N. and Higginbotham, A., (2012). Coming together: Evaluating the efficacy of group psychoeducation for people diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Clinical Psychology Forum (229), 47-51

Haddock, G., Wood, L., Watts, R., Dunn, G., Morrison, AP. and Price, J., (2011). The Subjective Experiences of Psychosis Scale (SEPS): Psychometric evaluation of a scale to assess outcome in psychosis. Schizophrenia Research. 133 (1-3), 244-249

Wood, L., Price, J., Morrison, A. and Haddock, G., (2010). Conceptualisation of recovery from psychosis: a service-user perspective. The Psychiatrist. 34 (11), 465-470

Lisa, W. and Emma, B., (2010). Ecstasy (MDMA) and its Relationship with Self- Report Depression, Anxiety and Schizotypy. Clínica y Salud. 21 (2), 151-157

Dataset (1)

Haddock, G., Wood, L., Watts, R., Dunn, G., Morrison, AP. and Price, J., (2012).Subjective Experiences of Psychosis Scale

Contact

ljwoodm@essex.ac.uk

Location:

2S2.5.22, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Monday 9-5, Tuesday 9-5, Friday AM