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Psychology
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K.Newman-Taylor@soton.ac.uk

Dr Katherine Newman-Taylor 

Associate Professor

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Dr Katherine Newman-Taylor is Programme Director for the PG Diploma and PG Certificate in CBT (Advanced Level Practice) at the University of Southampton.

I work on the CBT and Clinical Psychology programmes at the University, and as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with the local NHS trust.

My clinical interests are in working with people with psychosis - drawing on attachment and recovery principles to strengthen cognitive behavioural approaches to living well with voices, paranoia and other unusual experiences.

Research interests

My research focuses on understanding the cognitive, meta-cognitive and attachment-based factors associated with the maintenance of distressing psychosis, and drawing out the implications for therapeutic work. For our work on facilitating recovery, please see HAO recovery.

Research group

Centre for Innovation in Mental Health (CiMH)

Research project(s)

Attachment based psychological interventions for people with psychosis

CBT for cannabis related psychosis

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Articles

Book Chapters

  • Newman-Taylor, K., & Abba, N. (2019). Mindfulness in CBT for psychosis. In C. Cupitt (Ed.), CBT for Psychosis: Process-oriented therapies and the third wave (pp. 64-78). (The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis Book Series). Routledge.
  • Newman-Taylor, K., & Abba, N. (2015). Mindfulness meditation in CBT for psychosis. In Incorporating Acceptance and Mindfulness into the Treatment of Psychosis: Current Trends and Future Directions. Oxford University Press.
  • Newman Taylor, K., & Abba, N. (2013). Mindfulness mit psychose. In A. Knuf, & M. Hammer (Eds.), Die Entdeckung der Achtsamkeit in der Arbeit mit Psychisch Erkrankten Menschen (pp. 134-150). Psychiatrie Verlag.
  • Newman-Taylor, K., & Sambrook, S. (2013). The role of dissociation in psychosis; implications for clinical practice. In F. Kennedy, H. Kennerley, & D. Pearson (Eds.), Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Dissociation Routledge.

Conference

Working Paper

I teach on the postgraduate CBT programmes and the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Dr Katherine Newman-Taylor
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