Lusia Stopa

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Lusia Stopa

Locality: Southampton, United Kingdom
Summary: Director of Cognitive Therapy Programmes at University of Southampton
Industry: Research
Experience: University of Southampton (Educational Institution; 5001-10,000 employees; Research industry): Director of Cognitive Therapy Programmes,   

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Dr Lusia Stopa

Primary position: Senior Lecturer Other positions: Director of PGDip CBT (MH/PH) Programmes

MHP: Appendix 1 - CBT Support Staff : Psychology ...

Lusia Stopa, MA, M.Phil (Clin Psych), D.Phil. ... I am a clinical psychologist whose role at the university includes the ...

The PNs role in cognitive therapy

Lusia Stopa Practice Nursing 9(4): 32 - 37 (Mar 1998) Major depressive disorder affects around 5% of the population at any one ...

SMH: Appendix 1 - Diploma Staff : Psychology eHandbook Wiki

Core Programme Team Programme Director Lusia Stopa, MA, M.Phil (Clin Psych), D.Phil.

Imagery and the Threatened Self from BinBin.net | Consumer Views ...

lusia stopa editor. Imagery and the Threatened Self considers the role that images of the self play in a number of common mental health problems and how these images can be used to ...

Mr Afaf Al-Kathiry

PhD research commenced: October 2008. Funding: Saudi Arabian Cultural Bureau, School of Psychology Overseas Award. Supervisor: Dr Lusia Stopa, Dr Julie Hadwin

Committee Details

Name: Lusia Stopa. Position: Committee Member (Hampshire/Isle of Wight) Contact Details: Email - l.stopa@soton.ac.uk Telephone - 02380 596897. Name: Helen Jenkins

Emotional processing in ageing and dementia

Lusia Stopa, Southampton University, England: University of Western Australia : We are conducting two affiliated studies in the UK and Australia.

Imagery and the Threatened Self: Amazon.co.uk: Lusia Stopa: Books

Imagery is important in cognitive therapy because images often trigger strong emotions, and imagery techniques such as imaginal reliving and imaginal rescripting are ...