Applied Psychology Research and Collaboration

At Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology, our research and knowledge exchange work is recognised on both a national, and international stage. Our activities address a broad range of key areas within applied psychology, psychological therapies, policy support and both service and organisational development, and we see our work as key aspect to enhancing the quality of our professional training, consultancy and knowledge transfer. 

Our projects

We are currently involved in research and knowledge exchange projects in a number of exciting areas. These include Adult Mental health, Child and Adolescent Healthcare and Mental Health, and Neuropsychology. You can find out more about our current research projects by reading our research clusters document.

You can also find out more about individual research projects and publications by browsing our staff profiles, or through our online research and theses environment, CReaTE.

Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia

Anne Cooke launched 'Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia' in New York

Anne Cooke has recently co-edited the report, ‘Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia: Why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality, and what can help’. It has been written by a group of eminent clinical psychologists drawn from eight universities and six NHS trusts, together with people who have themselves experienced psychosis. It provides an accessible overview of the current state of knowledge, and its conclusions have profound implications both for the way we understand ‘mental illness’ and for the future of mental health services. Click here to watch a video of Anne launching the report in New York.

Research supervision

We offer research training and supervision for trainees enrolled in the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, for individual PhD students, and for students in the MSc programmes.

For our Clinical Psychology programme, we typically draw research supervisors from the programme staff and from staff in NHS trusts. We offer mentorship support for new supervisors who plan to supervise a DClinPsych thesis. We also offer research supervision workshops for NHS staff who are new to supervising research.

Find out more

For additional information about departmental knowledge exchange and consultancy projects please contact  Dr Alex Hassett. For details on our research, or research supervision, please contact Professor Paul Camic, or our Research Administrator, Viv Cousins.


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