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BPS

HCPC

EMDR UK & Europe

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CREDENTIALS

Qualifications

DPsych Practitioner Doctorate - Integrative Counselling Psychology, City University, London, UK

Person-Centred Therapy

Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Psychodynamic Approaches

third-wave CBT:

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Mindfulness

EMDR Therapy - Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing (parts 1, 2 & 3), Alexandra Richman, London, UK

(used for: Trauma, PTSD, Phobias, Complex Grief, Borderline PD, Pain, Addictions)

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy - a specialist body-centred trauma psychotherapy - London (Level 1).

 

DBT Essential Skills Training (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy) UK

 

Diploma: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) - Distinction, Oxford College, UK

(focus on treating mood: Anxiety, Depression, Anger)

 

Further CBT Therapy Training with Christine Padesky, London

 

BSc (Hons) Psychology. 1st class honours, Beds Uni, UK

inc. Counselling & Coaching Psychology

 

Yogi Siromani - International yoga and meditation instructor 

Further studies in Yoga for Stress and Anxiety

Yoga Therapy & Mindfulness for PTSD & Trauma - Minded Institute

 

Teaching Clients Mindfulness Skills - BPS London

Coaching & Focusing

 

Advanced Nutrient Therapy - Medical Practitioner Programme, The Walsh Research Institute, USA.

Mastering Brain Chemistry

Diploma in Nutritional Therapy

Further study in Orthomolecular Medicine 

 

Research & Publications

 

Davies, S. (2019). Never Again - moving on from Narcissistic Abuse and other toxic relationships. A practical self-help guide. Published by Troubador. Available as e-book and paperback.

 

Davies, S. & Filippopoulos, P. (2015). Changes in Time Perspective during Addiction Treatment. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery.  Vol. 10 (3), 249-270.

 

Davies, S. & Kinman, G. (2012).  ‘Living in the past?’ Time perspectives and spirituality as predictors of successful rehabilitation in problem drinkers. Health Psychology Update.  Vol. 21(1), 3-9.

 

BPS press release: (2010).  ‘Positive recollections of the past help alcoholics stay sober’.  

 

BPS Annual Conference; poster presentation.

Davies, S & Kinman, G (2010). ‘Living in the past?  Time perspectives, spirituality and anxiety in 12-step addiction recovery.’

Press & Media

Aspire2 Mental Health - Seasonal Affective Disorder (2019)

Cosmopolitan Magazine SA - Are you dating a narcissist? (2019)

Mail & Guardian SA - Toxic Relationships (2019)

The Times - Millennials & burn-out (2019)

Bustle - Spotting the signs of depression (2019)

Manrepeller - The best way to fail (2019)

Manrepeller - Narcissism & Selfies (2019)

Woman Ready - The Signs of a Toxic Relationships (2019)

Refinery29 - Codependency & Self-Esteem (2019)

Business Insider - Mental health of actors. (2019)

Manrepeller - The Secret to Curing Sunday Scaries (2019)

Daily Mail - "Perils of being an echoist" (expert commentator on narcissistic abuse) (2018)

Psychologies Magazine (expert commentator on narcissistic abuse) (2018)

Breathe Magazine - Narcissism (2018)

Glamour Magazine - Holistic approach to mental health (2018)

Psychiatry Advisor (2016)

Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery (2015)

Engage the Group, Engage the Brain (book) (2015)

Health Psychology Update (2012)

Addiction Today (2011)