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Research & Publications


TalkingSpace Plus is routinely involved in service level and national research and audits, and locally we have a close and collaborative working relationships with the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (OxCADAT).

In 2019 our research lead was voted Outstanding Primary Investigator by the NICHR Thames Valley which represents our positive and active involvement in all things research.

At present our research lead is implementing a new safeguarding process as an innovation, to improve the reporting and implementation of learning arising from safeguarding consultations. In addition to local research and audit, TalkingSpace Plus is involved in the following research:

  • Health Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder treatment: digital adaptations with Professor Paul Salkovskis et al – Oxford University
  • Collaboration with the Oxford Academic Health Science Network for Depression and Anxiety led by Professor David Clarke – a feasibility study considering the efficacy of the IAPT blended model
  • Employment Support and the potential augmentation effect with clinical work in collaboration with the Oxford Academic Health Science Network for Depression and Anxiety.

In addition to these more formal projects TalkingSpace Plus also support Clinical Psychology Doctoral candidates with their research and carry out our own Audit and research on an ongoing basis

Our publications

  • Elliot M, Salt H, Dent J, Stafford C, Schiza A. (2014). Heart2Heart: An integrated approach to cardiac rehabilitation and CBT. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing 9 (10): 338-394 – To read click here
  • Thew, G. R. (2020). IAPT and the internet: the current and future role of therapist-guided internet interventions within routine care settings. The cognitive behaviour therapist 13. To read click here
  • Browne, N., Carragher, N., O’Toole, A., Pimm, J., Ryder, J., & Thew, G. (2022). Evaluating user experiences of SHaRON: An online CBT-based peer support platform. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 15, E18. doi:10.1017/S1754470X22000150 – To read click here

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