LSRP Titles


Parental attributions and child behaviour


Families of children with life-limiting conditions


The psychological impact of having a parent with a progressive neurodegenerative condition


The psychological impact of living with an increased risk of developing breast cancer


Clinial management of chronic fatigue syndrome in young people: contributions from literature and clinical practice


Overgeneral autobiographical memory and experiential avoidance in post-traumatic stress disorder and depression


The functions of self-injury


Adapting psychotherapy for adults with intellectual disabilities.   An exploration of some relevant issues


The benefits of errorless learning in mild cognitive impairment


Suicide bereavement: support, responses and individual experiences


Exploring social communication in adults with ASD


The experience of dialysis in young adulthood


The experience of anxiety for young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder


The psychological underpinning of diabetes – management for young people:  an examination of relevant literature and lived experiences


Anomalous experiences in clinical and non-clinical populations: a comparison


Childhood risk factors, emotion awareness and regulations in borderline personality disorder


This thesis explores the psychological intervention literature for adults experiencing medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS), young people’s experiences of living with MUPS, as well as implications and personal reflections


Living with psychiatric labels


Obsessive-compulsive spectrum presentations after traumatic brain injury


Mindfulness training and emotional well-being in the context of self-regulation and education for children


Parent-mediated interventions for children with social-communication difficulties


Receiving an uncertain diagnosis: experiences and discourses


Awareness and the emotional experience of acquired brain injury


Young people who self harm: influence and disclosure


Coping, mindfulness, occupational stress and burnout amongst healthcare professionals employed within forensic inpatient settings


Kidney transplantation: investigating sexual functioning in female recipients and exploring the lived experience of donors


Working with trauma:  perceived competence and burnout in mental health staff


Exploring psychological distress in renal services: staff and patient experiences


Growing kind minds: adapted group compassion focused therapy for adults with with intellectual disabilities (CFT-ID)


The role of psychological processes in acquired brain injury sequelae


Experiences of healthcare professionals and patients in paediatric cystic fibrosis:  making and breaking bonds


An exploration of the use of virtual reality exposure therapy for social anxiety


Translating research into practice:  factors influencing implementation of evidence-based psychological treatments


Managing diabetes in adolescence:  an exploration of the relevant literature and lived experiences


Autism and gender:  an exploration of high-functioning autism in females


Participant-produced photography to augment therapeutic interventions for people with intellectual disabilities


Acquired brain injury: psychological sequelae and holistic approaches to intervention


Applying conversation analysis to family therapy process research


End stage renal disease: exploring the impact of treatment on body image and investigating the psychological factors of treatment adherence


Child and adolescent mental health: intervention and appropriate measurement


CHOICE IN LIFE (transgender older adults’ mental health) AND IN DEATH (UK GPs’ euthanasia discourses)


Exploring and understanding loneliness and connectedness amongst service users in acute adult mental health inpatient care: a qualitative study using grounded theory


The role of self-efficacy in multiple sclerosis


Socioeconomic deprivation and psychopathology: associations at the global and local level


Autism: investigating parents’ etiological beliefs and


Unheard voices: children and parents’ experiences of respiratory assistance