Trevor Munro-Clark

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About Trevor Munro-Clark

Trevor Munro-Clark

Trevor Munro-Clark is a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist

My Clinical Experience

I have over 20 years experience working within various adult mental health settings, both in in my home country of New Zealand and my adopted country of the United Kingdom. In New Zealand I worked as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist at the Anxiety Disorders Clinic in Christchurch. In the UK I have worked in Acute Inpatient Settings, Secondary Care Psychology Services and Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs) for the NHS. This involves working with those with severe and enduring mental health difficulties.

I have considerable experience applying CBT to a broad range of clinical presentations, including severe depression, anxiety disorders including PTSD, and personality disorders. In addition I have a long standing specialist interest in working with people experiencing psychosis. I have provided supervision and teaching to a wide range of professionals in both the NHS and private and charitable sectors.

Research

I recently held a post as a Research Cognitive Therapist within a joint project with the Southampton University and Southern Health trust Research Dept. working on three studies (currently in the process of being published)

FOCUS: Focusing on Clozapine Unresponsive Symptoms (FOCUS):

a randomised controlled trial of CBT in treatment resistant psychosis. Chief Investigator Professor Tony Morrison University of Manchester, Primary Investigator Professor David Kingdon University of Southampton

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The FOCUS trial

 

PoMeT: Positive memory training (PoMeT):

a randomised controlled trial for the treatment of depression within schizophrenia: Chief Investigator Dr Craig Steele, University of Reading, Primary Investigator Professor David Kingdon University of Southampton

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A randomised controlled trial of positive memory training for the treatment of depression within schizophrenia

OTO: Optimal Treatment for OCD

OTO Optimal Treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: a randomised controlled trial for the treatment of OCD. Chief investigator: Professor Naomi Fineberg, University of Hertfordshire, Primary Investigator Professor David Baldwin University of Southampton

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Optimal Treatment for OCD (OTO)

I also presented the initial findings of study into a new therapist CBT adherence scale at “Beckfest” in May 2015 This was an International Conference In Philadelphia USA, chaired by Tim Beck

I currently focus on implementation of CBT in the NHS in the South East Hampshire, United Kingdom, and continue to offer CBT interventions in my own private clinic in Liss, Hampshire.

Accreditation Bodies

Accredited with the British Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) since 2008.

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