I work as a part-time research assistant for the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (OxCADAT) to create videos for online therapies. I also enjoy filming and editing videos to share my research or other exciting projects.
My colleague Urška Košir and I systematically reviewed the literature to find out why some adolescent cancer survivors have a harder time adapting to life after illness, see here. We filmed a short video summarising our findings 🎬
Videos for psychological online treatments
I’ve mainly worked on creating videos for a newly developed online therapy for PTSD. A pilot paper describing the treatment is available here.
Videos for training psychological therapists
I’m also involved in filming and editing videos to help therapists treat clients using specialised cognitive therapies for Social Anxiety Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. To see the videos and other resources go to the OxCADAT Resources website.
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I have worked with The Loss Foundation to create videos illustrating some difficulties that people who lost someone close might experience and suggestions on how to deal with it. All animations in these videos were created by Robin Whitten. Links to all videos can be found here, for example Understanding Bereavement or Understanding Flashbacks and Nightmares.
Here is a link to the video I created for the Changing Lives workshop where experts from different fields discussed how children growing up in adversity can thrive in Britain. This video was created for the The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities Humanities Divison (TORCH).