Professor Gillian Haddock BSc (Hons), MClinPsychol, PhD
Professor of Clinical Psychology
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Section for Clinical and Health Psychology
School of Psychological Sciences
S29, 2nd Floor, Zochonis Building
The University of Manchester
Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies
- Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
- Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology
- Chartered Clinical Psychologist
- Member of the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)
- Accredited BABCP CBT Practitioner
My professional experience is primarily in the field of mental health with particular expertise in psychosis, learning disability, forensic and substance use areas. My main research interests are in the developments of psychological treatments for psychotic symptoms, the cognitive processes associated with psychosis and the measurement of psychotic symptoms.
Gillian Haddock is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Gillian is the Section Head for Clinical and Health Psychology here at the University, and leads the Centre for New Treatments and Understanding in Mental Health (CeNTrUM), a joint centre with the Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health. She is also the Manchester Director of the North West Mental Health Alliance, a joint initiative with the Universities of Liverpool and Lancaster to enhance mental health research and treatment in the North west of England. She holds Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychology appointments in National Health Service mental health trusts in the North West of England.
She completed her undergraduate psychology degree at the University of York, her PhD and her professional Clinical Psychology training at the University of Liverpool. Her professional experience is primarily in the field of mental health with particular expertise in psychosis, learning disability, forensic and substance use areas. Her main research interests are in the developments of psychological treatments for psychotic symptoms, the cognitive processes associated with psychosis and the measurement of psychotic symptoms. She has numerous publications in this area and is the editor of two books.
She was president of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies from 1999-2000 and in 1998 was awarded the May Davidson Award given by the Division of Clinical Psychology of the British Psychological Society for contribution to British Clinical Psychology in the first 10 years since qualifying.
- BSc (Hons) Psychology University of York 1985
- M.Clin Psychol University of Liverpool 1989
- PhD University of Liverpool 1994
A systematic review of telephone delivered psychosocial interventions on relapse prevention, adherence to psychiatric medication and health risk behaviours in adults with psychotic disorder (protocol). eScholarID:283417
Berry, K., Gregg, L., Hartwell, R., Haddock, G., Fitzsimmons, M. & Barrowclough, C (2015).
Therapist-client relationships in a psychological therapy trial for psychosis and substance misuse. Drug Alcohol Depend, 152, 170-6. eScholarID:269603 | PMID:25962788 | DOI:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2015.04.006
Berry, K., Haddock, G., Kellett, S., Roberts, C., Drake, R. & Barrowclough, C (2015).
Feasibility of a ward-based psychological intervention to improve staff and patient relationships in psychiatric rehabilitation settings. Br J Clin Psychol, eScholarID:269605 | PMID:25884235 | DOI:10.1111/bjc.12082
Bucci, S., Barrowclough, C., Ainsworth, J., Morris, R., Berry, K., Machin, M., Emsley, R., Lewis, S., Edge, D., Buchan, I. & Haddock, G (2015).
Using mobile technology to deliver a cognitive behaviour therapy-informed intervention in early psychosis (Actissist): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16, 404. eScholarID:283413 | PMID:26357943 | DOI:10.1186/s13063-015-0943-3
Bucci, S., Berry, k., Barrowclough, C., & Haddock, G. (2015).
Family interventions in psychosis: A review of the evidence and barriers to implementation. Australian Psychologist, eScholarID:269609
Drake, R., Nordentoft, M., Haddock, G., Arango, C., Fleischhacker, W., Glenthøj, B., Leboyer, M., Leucht, S., Leweke, M., McGuire, P., Meyer-Lindenberg, A., Rujescu, D., Sommer, I., Kahn, R. & Lewis, S (2015).
Modeling determinants of medication attitudes and poor adherence in early nonaffective psychosis: implications for intervention. Schizophr Bull, 41(3), 584-96. eScholarID:269607 | PMID:25750247 | DOI:10.1093/schbul/sbv015
Holding, J., Gregg, L. & Haddock, G (2015).
Ince, P., Tai, S. & Haddock, G (2015).
Using plain English and behaviourally specific language to increase the implementation of clinical guidelines for psychological treatments in schizophrenia. J Ment Health, 24(3), 129-33. eScholarID:283410 | PMID:25279816 | DOI:10.3109/09638237.2014.958213
Wainwright, L., Glentworth, D., Haddock, G., Bentley, R. & Lobban, F (2015).
Bucci, S., Haddock, G. (2014).
Psychosis. In Townend, Cox and Corrie (Ed.), Assessment and Formulation in CBT. Sage. eScholarID:235369
Berry, K., Ford, S., Jellicoe-Jones, L. & Haddock, G (2014).
Bucci, S., Butcher, I., Hartley, S., Neil, S., Mulligan, J. & Haddock, G (2014).
Barriers and facilitators to recruitment in mental health services: Care coordinators' expectations and experience of referring to a psychosis research trial. Psychol Psychother, eScholarID:235055 | PMID:25257960 | DOI:10.1111/papt.12042
Gregg, L., Haddock, G., Emsley, R. & Barrowclough, C (2014).
Reasons for substance use and their relationship to subclinical psychotic and affective symptoms, coping, and substance use in a nonclinical sample. Psychol Addict Behav, 28(1), 247-56. eScholarID:235056 | PMID:24274439 | DOI:10.1037/a0034761
Haddock, G., Eisner, E., Boone, C., Davies, G., Coogan, C. & Barrowclough, C (2014).
An investigation of the implementation of NICE-recommended CBT interventions for people with schizophrenia. J Ment Health, 23(4), 162-5. eScholarID:235069 | PMID:24433132 | DOI:10.3109/09638237.2013.869571
Hartley, S., Haddock, G., Vasconcelos E Sa, D., Emsley, R. & Barrowclough, C (2014).
Hartley, S., Haddock, G., Vasconcelos E Sa, D., Emsley, R. & Barrowclough, C (2014).
The influence of thought control on the experience of persecutory delusions and auditory hallucinations in daily life. Behav Res Ther, 65C, 1-4. eScholarID:247546 | PMID:25544402 | DOI:10.1016/j.brat.2014.12.002
Hartley, S., Scarratt, P., Bucci, S., Kelly, J., Mulligan, J., Neil, S., Rivers, Z., Taylor, C., Welford, M. & Haddock, G (2014).
Assessing therapist adherence to recovery-focused cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis delivered by telephone with support from a self-help guide: psychometric evaluations of a new fidelity scale. Behav Cogn Psychother, 42(4), 435-51. eScholarID:235057 | PMID:23611066 | DOI:10.1017/S135246581300026X
Hartley, Samantha; Varese, Flippo; Vasconcelos e Sa, Debora; Haddock, Gillian. (2014).
Compliance in experience sampling methodology: the role of demographic and clinical characteristics. Psychosis, 6(1), 70-73. eScholarID:235062
McKenna, G., Fox, J. & Haddock, G (2014).
Mulligan, J., Haddock, G., Hartley, S., Davies, J., Sharp, T., Kelly, J., Neil, S., Taylor, C., Welford, M., Price, J., Rivers, Z. & Barrowclough, C (2014).
An exploration of the therapeutic alliance within a telephone-based cognitive behaviour therapy for individuals with experience of psychosis. Psychol Psychother, eScholarID:235058 | PMID:24464969 | DOI:10.1111/papt.12018
Sumner, K., Haddock, G., Hartley, S., Kilbride, M., McCusker, M., Pitt, L., Woodward, S. & Barrowclough, C (2014).
Preferences for psychological therapy in psychosis: trial participation, mode of treatment, and willingness to be randomised. J Ment Health, 23(2), 67-71. eScholarID:235060 | PMID:24328784 | DOI:10.3109/09638237.2013.841865
Berry, K., Ford, S., Jellicoe-Jones, L. & Haddock, G (2013).
PTSD symptoms associated with the experiences of psychosis and hospitalisation: a review of the literature. Clin Psychol Rev, 33(4), 526-38. eScholarID:202293 | PMID:23500156 | DOI:10.1016/j.cpr.2013.01.011
Bucci, S., Birchwood, M., Twist, L., Tarrier, N., Emsley, R. & Haddock, G (2013).
Haddock, G., Eisner, E., Davies, G., Coupe, N. & Barrowclough, C (2013).
Psychotic symptoms, self-harm and violence in individuals with schizophrenia and substance misuse problems. Schizophr Res, 151(1-3), 215-20. eScholarID:235071 | PMID:24268935 | DOI:10.1016/j.schres.2013.10.031
Hartley, S., Barrowclough, C. & Haddock, G (2013).
Hartley, S., Scarratt, P., Bucci, S., Kelly, J., Mulligan, J., Neil, S., Rivers, Z., Taylor, C., Welford, M. & Haddock, G (2013).
Assessing Therapist Adherence to Recovery-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis Delivered by Telephone with Support from a Self-Help Guide: Psychometric Evaluations of a New Fidelity Scale. Behav Cogn Psychother, 1-17. eScholarID:202291 | PMID:23611066 | DOI:10.1017/S135246581300026X
Lobban, F., Glentworth, D., Chapman, L., Wainwright, L., Postlethwaite, A., Dunn, G., Pinfold, V., Larkin, W. & Haddock, G (2013).
Feasibility of a supported self-management intervention for relatives of people with recent-onset psychosis: REACT study. Br J Psychiatry, 203(5), 366-72. eScholarID:235063 | PMID:24072754 | DOI:10.1192/bjp.bp.112.113613
Lobban, F., Postlethwaite, A., Glentworth, D., Pinfold, V., Wainwright, L., Dunn, G., Clancy, A. & Haddock, G (2013).
A systematic review of randomised controlled trials of interventions reporting outcomes for relatives of people with psychosis. Clin Psychol Rev, 33(3), 372-82. eScholarID:202295 | PMID:23410719 | DOI:10.1016/j.cpr.2012.12.004
Wood, L., Price, J., Morrision, A. & Haddock, G (2013).
Exploring service users perceptions of recovery from psychosis: A Q-methodological approach. Psychol Psychother, 86(3), 245-61. eScholarID:235066 | PMID:23184907 | DOI:10.1111/j.2044-8341.2011.02059.x
Berry, K., Barrowclough, C., Innes, C., Fitzgerald, M., Hartley, S. & Haddock, G (2012).
Berry, K., Gregg, L., Vasconcelos e Sa, D., Haddock, G. & Barrowclough, C (2012).
Haddock, G., Beardmore, R., Earnshaw, P., Fitzsimmons, M., Nothard, S., Butler, R., Eisner, E. & Barrowclough, C (2012).
Assessing fidelity to integrated motivational interviewing and CBT therapy for psychosis and substance use: the MI-CBT fidelity scale (MI-CTS). J Ment Health, 21(1), 38-48. eScholarID:153745 | PMID:22257130 | DOI:10.3109/09638237.2011.621470
Hartley, S., Haddock, G. & Barrowclough, C (2012).
Anxiety and depression and their links with delusions and hallucinations in people with a dual diagnosis of psychosis and substance misuse: A study using data from a randomised controlled trial. Behav Res Ther, 50(1), 65-71. eScholarID:146176 | PMID:22088611 | DOI:10.1016/j.brat.2011.10.007
Owens, K., Haddock, G. & Berry, K (2012).
Haddock, G. (2011).
The challenge of anger, aggression and violence when delivering CBT for psychosis: clinical and service considerations. In Craig Steel (Ed.), CBT for Schizophrenia. England: Wiley-Blackwell. eScholarID:141236
Haddock, G., Spaulding, W. (2011).
Psychological treatment of psychosis. Schizophrenia: 3rd Edition. (pp. ). Blackwell Publishing Ltd. eScholarID:76102
Oathamshaw, S., Barrowcliff, A. & Haddock, G. (2011).
CBT for People with Intellectual Disabilities and Psychosis. In John Taylor, William Lindsay, Richard Hastings and Chris Hatton (Ed.), Psychological Therapies for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Oxford, England: Wiley. eScholarID:141229
Berry, K., Barrowclough, C. & Haddock, G (2011).
The role of expressed emotion in relationships between psychiatric staff and people with a diagnosis of psychosis: a review of the literature. Schizophr Bull, 37(5), 958-72. eScholarID:153741 | PMID:20056685 | DOI:10.1093/schbul/sbp162
Haddock, G., Wood, L., Watts, R., Dunn, G., Morrison, A. & Price, J (2011).
The Subjective Experiences of Psychosis Scale (SEPS): psychometric evaluation of a scale to assess outcome in psychosis. Schizophrenia research, 133(1-3), 244. eScholarID:146711 | PMID:22000941 | DOI:10.1016/j.schres.2011.09.023
Lobban, F., Glentworth, D., Haddock, G., Wainwright, L., Clancy, A., Bentley, R. & . (2011).
The views of relatives of young people with psychosis on how to design a Relatives Education And Coping Toolkit (REACT). J Ment Health, 20(6), 567-79. eScholarID:153740 | PMID:22126633 | DOI:10.3109/09638237.2011.593592
Lobban, F., Glentworth, D., Wainwright, L., Pinfold, V., Chapman, L., Larkin, W., Dunn, G., Postlethwaite, A. & Haddock, G (2011).
Relatives Education And Coping Toolkit--REACT. Study protocol of a randomised controlled trial to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of a supported self management package for relatives of people with recent onset psychosis. BMC Psychiatry, 11, 100. eScholarID:164123 | PMID:21679463 | DOI:10.1186/1471-244X-11-100
Steel, C., Haddock, G., Tarrier, N., Picken, A. & Barrowclough, C (2011).
Auditory hallucinations and posttraumatic stress disorder within schizophrenia and substance abuse. J Nerv Ment Dis, 199(9), 709-11. eScholarID:146713 | PMID:21878787 | DOI:10.1097/NMD.0b013e318229d6e8
Haddock, G., Oathamshaw, S. & Barrowcliff, A. (2010).
Working with people with psychosis (in press). eScholarID:96054
Haddock, G. (2010).
Cognitive behavioral therapy for people with schizophrenia. In Fleischhacker, W. and Stolerman, I (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Schizophrenia. Springer. eScholarID:96058
Barrowcliff, A. & Haddock, G (2010).
Factors affecting compliance and resistance to auditory command hallucinations: perceptions of a clinical population. J Ment Health, 19(6), 542-52. eScholarID:140477 | PMID:20874508 | DOI:10.3109/09638237.2010.520365
Barrowclough, C., Haddock, G., Wykes, T., Beardmore, R., Conrod, P., Craig, T., Davies, L., Dunn, G., Eisner, E., Lewis, S., Moring, J., Steel, C. & Tarrier, N (2010).
Integrated motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioural therapy for people with psychosis and comorbid substance misuse: randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal, 341, c6325. eScholarID:140480 | PMID:21106618 | DOI:10.1136/bmj.c6325
Barrowclough, C, Haddock, G, Beardmore, R, Conrod, P, Craig, T, Davies, LM, Dunn, G, Lewis, S, Moring, J, Tarrier, N, Wykes, T. (2009).
Evaluating integrated MI and CBT for people with psychosis and substance misuse: Recruitment, retention and sample characteristics of the MIDAS trial. Addict Behav, eScholarID:1d18983 | DOI:10.1016/j.addbeh.2009.03.007
Gregg L, Haddock G, Barrowclough C. (2009).
Self reported reasons for substance use in Schizophrenia: A Q methodological investigation. Mental Health and Substance Use: dual diagnosis, 2(1), eScholarID:1d18011
Gregg, L., Barrowclough, C. & Haddock, G (2009).
Development and validation of a scale for assessing reasons for substance use in schizophrenia: the ReSUS scale. Addict Behav, 34(10), 830-7. eScholarID:146706 | PMID:19339121 | DOI:10.1016/j.addbeh.2009.03.004
Haddock G, Barrowclough C, Shaw J, Dunn G, Novaco R, Tarrier N. (2009).
Cognitive-behavioural therapy v. social activity therapy for people with psychosis and a history of violence: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 194(2), 152-7. eScholarID:1d18415 | DOI:10.1192/bjp.bp.107.039859
Haddock, G., Cross, Z., Beardmore, R., Tarrier, N., Lewis, S., Moring, J. & Barrowclough, C. (2009).
Assessing illicit substance use in schizophrenia: The relationship between self report and detection by hair analysis. Schizophrenia Research, 114(1-3), 180-181. eScholarID:76097
Haddock G, Shaw J. (2008).
Clinical Handbook of Schizophrenia. Understanding and Working with Aggression, Violence, and Psychosis. Chapter 39. eScholarID:3d679
Berry KKL, Haddock G. (2008).
The implementation of the NICE guidelines for schizophrenia: Barriers to the implementation of psychological interventions and recommendations for the future. Psychol Psychother, 81, 419-436. eScholarID:1d17953 | DOI:10.1348/147608308X329540
Barrowclough C, Haddock G. (2007).
Psychosis & drug and alcohol problems. Clinical Handbook of co-existing Mental Health & drug & alcohol problems. eScholarID:3d1049
Drake R, Dunn G, Tarrier N, Bentall RP, Haddock G, Lewis SW. (2007).
Insight as a predictor of the outcome of first-episode nonaffective psychosis in a prospective cohort study in England. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 68 (1), 81-86. eScholarID:1d13809
Drake R, Haddock G, Tarrier N, Bentall R, Lewis S. (2007).
The Psychotic Symptom Rating Scales (PSYRATS): Their usefulness and properties in first episode psychosis. Schizophr Res, 89( 1-3), 119-22. eScholarID:1d14530
Gregg L, Barrowclough C, Haddock G. (2007).
Barrowcliff A, Haddock G. (2006).
Factors of content and belief about voices associated with compliance to auditory command hallucinations. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 17, 266-298. eScholarID:1d10971
Barrowclough C, Haddock G, Lobban F, Jones SH, Siddle R, Roberts C, Gregg L. (2006).
Barrowclough C, Haddock G. (2006).
Treatment development for psychosis and co-occurring substance misuse: A descriptive review. Journal of Mental Health, 6, 619-632. eScholarID:1d14476
Haddock G, Lewis SW, Bentall RP, Dunn G, Drake R, Tarrier N. (2006).
Haddock G. (2006).
Psychosis and substance use problems: Using controlled drinking in interventions. Addiction Research and Theory, 1, 67-72. eScholarID:1d14471
Lovell K, Cox D, Haddock G, Jones C, Raines D, Garvey R, Roberts C, Hadley S. (2006).
Telephone administered cognitive behaviour therapy for treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder: randomised controlled non-inferiority trial. BMJ, eScholarID:1d13804 | DOI:10.1136/bmj.38940.355602.80
Tarrier N, Haddock G, Lewis SW, Drake R, Gregg L. (2006).
Haddock G, Shaw J. (2005).
Understanding and working with aggression, violence and psychosis. Clinical Handbook of Schizophrenia. Wiley. eScholarID:3d253
Haddock G. (2005).
Psychosis and drug and alchohol problems. Clinical Handbook of co-existing mental health and drug and alchohol problems. eScholarID:3d596
Haddock G, Lewis SW. (2005).
Psychological interventions in early psychosis. Schizophr Bull, 31( 3), 697-704. eScholarID:1d13806
Hatton C, Haddock G, Taylor J, Coldwell J, Crossley R, Peckham N. (2005).
The reliability and validity of general psychotic rating scales with people with mild and moderate intellectual disabilities: an empirical investigation. J Intellect Disabil Res, 49( Pt 7), 490-500. eScholarID:1d13807
Moring J, Barrowclough C, Haddock G, Roberts C, Hopper M, Telfer I. (2005).
Accessing drug services: needs and views of drug service users. Drugs - Education, Prevention & Policy, 12, 105-110. eScholarID:1d18054
Oathamshaw S, Haddock G. (2005).
Do people with intellectual disabilities and psychosis have the cognitive skills required to undertake cognitive behavioural therapy? Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 19, 35-46. eScholarID:1d10973
Drake R, Pickles A, Kinderman P, Haddock G. (2004).
Haddock G, Lobban F, Hatton C, Carson R. (2004).
Haddock G, Lowens I, Brosnan N, Barrowclough C, Novaco R. (2004).
Cognitive behaviour therapy for schizophrenia and anger problems: a case series. Behavioural And Cognitive Psychotherapy, 32, 77-98. eScholarID:1d25937
K Grazebrook, R Siddle, K Leadley, J Everitt, A Benn, Haddock G, P Kinderman, Tarrier N. (2004).
Group first episode psychosis - two cases to illustrate the role of cognitive behaviour therapy in making sense of unusual experiences. Behavioural And Cognitive Psychotherapy, 32, 331-345. eScholarID:1d25931 | DOI:10.1017/S1352465804001390
R Siddle, Haddock G, Tarrier N, Faragher B. (2004).
Tai SJ, Haddock G, Bentall RP. (2004).
Tarrier, N, Lewis, SW, Haddock, G, Bentall, R, Drake, R, Kinderman, P, Kingdon, D, Siddle, R, Everitt, J, Leadley, K, Benn, A, Grazebrook, K, Haley, C, Akhtar, S, Davies, L, Palmer, S, Dunn, G. (2004).
Cognitive-behavioural therapy in first-episode and early schizophrenia - 18-month follow-up of a randomised controlled trial. British Journal Of Psychiatry, 184, 231-239. eScholarID:1d26170 | DOI:10.1192/bjp.184.3.231
Gleeson J, McGorry P, Siddle R, Haddock G. (2003).
Cognitive behaviour therapy during the acute phase of early schizophrenia. Psychological interventions in early psychosis: a practical treatment handbook. Wiley. eScholarID:3d140
Leahy R, Haddock G, Siddle R. (2003).
Overcoming roadblocks in the cognitive-behavior therapy of psychosis. Overcoming roadblocks in Cognitive therapy. Wiley. eScholarID:3d996
Drake R, Haley C J, Dunn G, Tarrier N, Haddock G, Lewis SW. (2003).
Haddock, G, Barrowclough, C, Tarrier, N, Moring, J, O'Brien, R, Schofield, N, Quinn, J, Palmer, S, Davies, LM, Lowens, I, McGovern, J, Lewis, SW. (2003).
Cognitive-behavioural therapy and motivational intervention for schizophrenia and substance misuse. 18-month outcomes of a randomised controlled trial. Br J Psychiatry, 183, 418-26. eScholarID:1d13570 | DOI:10.1192/bjp.183.5.418
Haddock G, Barrowclough C, Moring J, Tarrier N. (2002).
Cognitive behaviour therapy for patients with co-existing psychosis and substance use problems. Casebook of Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis. Cambridge University Press. eScholarID:3d478
Kashima H, Asai M, Faloon IRH, Mizuno M, Tarrier N, Barrowclough C, Haddock G. (2002).
Cognitive-behavioural treatment of schizophrenia. Comprehensive treatment of schizophrenia: Linking neurobehavioural findings to psychosocial approaches. Tokyo: Springer. eScholarID:3d735
Thompson MC, Hoffman SG, Tarrier N, Haddock G. (2002).
Cognitive behaviour therapy of schizophrenia. Handbook of psychological treatment for severe mental disorders. New York. eScholarID:3d673
Johns LC, Sellwood W, McGovern J, Haddock G. (2002).
Battling boredom: group cognitive behaviour therapy for negative symptoms of schizophrenia. Behavioural And Cognitive Psychotherapy, 30, 341-346. eScholarID:1d23653
Lewis, SW, Tarrier, N, Haddock, G, Bentall, RP, Kinderman, P, Kingdon, D, Siddle, R, Drake, R, Everitt, J, Leadley, K, Benn, A, Grazebrook, K, Haley, C, Akhtar, S, Davies, LM, Palmer, S, Faragher, B, Dunn, G. (2002).
Randomised controlled trial of cognitive-behavioural therapy in early schizophrenia: acute-phase outcomes. British Journal Of Psychiatry, 181(S43), s91-s97. eScholarID:1d23693 | DOI:10.1192/bjp.181.43.s91
Lobban F, Haddock G, Kinderman P, Wells A. (2002).
Siddle R, Haddock G, Tarrier N, Faragher B. (2002).
Siddle R, Haddock G, Tarrier N, Faragher B. (2002).
Tarrier N, Haddock G, Barrowclough C, Wykes T. (2002).
Are all psychological treatments for psychosis equal? The need for CBT in the treatment of psychosis and not for psychodynamic psychotherapy. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 75, 365-374. eScholarID:1d25276 | DOI:10.1348/147608302321151871
Haddock G. (2001).
Cognitive-behaviour therapy for patients with co-exisiting psychosis and substance use problems. A Casebook of Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis. Wiley. eScholarID:3d818
Morrison A, Haddock G, Barrowclough C, Moring J, Tarrier N. (2001).
Cognitive-behavioural therapy for schizophrenia: A case formulation approach. Treating chronic and severe mental disorders: A handbook of empirically supported interventions. Lynne Rienner Publishers. eScholarID:3d221
Barrowclough C, Haddock G, Lowens I, Connor A, Pidliswyj J, Tracy N. (2001).
Staff expressed emotion and causal attributions for client problems on a low secure unit: An exploratory study. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 27, 517-526. eScholarID:1d23727 | DOI:10.1093/oxfordjournals.schbul.a006892
Barrowclough C, Haddock G, Tarrier N, Lewis SW, Moring J, O'Brien R, Quinn J, McGovern J. (2001).
Randomized controlled trial of motivational interviewing, cognitive behavior therapy, and family intervention for patients with comorbid schizophrenia and substance use disorders. Am J Psychiatry, 158( 10), 1706-13. eScholarID:1d13796 | DOI:10.1176/appi.ajp.158.10.1706
Haddock G, Devane S, Bradshaw TJ, McGovern J, Tarrier N, Kinderman P, Baguley I, Lancashire S, Harris NR. (2001).
An investigation into the psychometric properties of the cognitive therapy scale of psychosis (CTS-Psy). Behavioural And Cognitive Psychotherapy, 29, 221-233. eScholarID:1d23612 | DOI:10.1017/S1352465801001102
Schofield N, Quinn J, Haddock G, Barrowclough C. (2001).
Schizophrenia and substance use problems: a comparisonbetween patients with and without significant carercontact. Soc Psychiatry PsychiatrEpidemiol, 36( 11), 523-8. eScholarID:1d6197
Haddock G. (2000).
Bringing into clinical practice skills shown to be effective in research settings. A follow-up of Thorn training in psychosocial family interventions for psychosis. In Martindael, Bateman,Crowe and Margison (eds). Psychosis: Psychological approaches and their effectiveness. eScholarID:3d595
Martindale, B, Baguley, I, Butterworth, A, Bateman, A, Crowe, M, Fahy, K, Haddock, G, Margison, F, Lancashire, S, Tarrier, N. (2000).
Bringing into clinical practice skills shown to be effective in research settings: A Follow-up of the 'Thorn training' in psychosocial family interventions for psychosis. Psychosis: Psychological Approaches and their Effectiveness. London. eScholarID:3d457
Barrowclough C, Haddock G, Moring J. (2000).
Cognitive-behaviorual intervention for severely mentally ill clients with a substance misuse problem. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills, 4, 216-233. eScholarID:1d26279
Haddock G, McCarron J, Tarrier N, Faragher E, Tarrier N. (1999).
Scales to measure dimensions of hallucinations and delusions: the psychotic symptom rating scales (PSYRATS). Psychol Med, 29( 4), 879-89. eScholarID:1d9953
Haddock G, Tarrier N, Morrison AP, Hopkins R, Drake R, Lewis S. (1999).
A pilot study evaluating the effectiveness of individual inpatient cognitive-behavioural therapy in early psychosis. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol, 34( 5), 254-8. eScholarID:1d8887
Haddock G. (1999).
Individual cognitive-behaviour therapy for chronic and early psychosis. Continuing Professional Development Bulletin in Psychiatry, eScholarID:1d10963
Tarrier N, Barrowclough C, Haddock G, McGovern J. (1999).
The dissemination of innovative cognitive-behavioural psychosocial treatments for schizophrenia. Journal of Mental Health, 8:6, 569-582. eScholarID:1d2739
Haddock G, Lewis S, Barrowclough C, Tarrier N. (1999).
Hair analysis for substance use. Br J Psychiatry, 174, 370. eScholarID:17d272
Haddock G. (1998).
Complex Cases in Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy. Wiley. eScholarID:4d263
Haddock G. (1998).
Assessment and formulation in psychosis. Complex Cases : A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach. Wiley. eScholarID:3d817
Haddock G. (1998).
Options and clinical decision making in the assessment of psychological treatment of hallucinations and delusions. Cognitively-oriented psychotherapy in psychotic disorders. eScholarID:3d754
Haddock G. (1998).
The measurement of outcome in schizophrenia treatment research. Outcome and innovation in the psychological treatment of schizophrenia. eScholarID:3d413
Tarrier N, Wykes T, Haddock G, Lewis SW, Tarrier N, Barrowclough C. (1998).
Training and dissemination: From research to practice in innovative psychosocial treatments for schizophrenia. Outcome and Innovation in Psychological Treatment of Schizophrenia. Chichester: Wiley. eScholarID:3d456
Bradshaw TJ, Haddock G. (1998).
Is befriending by trained volunteers of value to people suffering from long-term mental illness? J Adv Nurs, 27( 4), 713-20. eScholarID:1d10074
Devane S, Haddock G, Lancashire S, Baguley I, Butterworth T, Tarrier N, James A, Molyneux P. (1998).
The clinical skills of community psychiatric nurses working with patients who have severe and enduring mental health problems: an empirical analysis. J Adv Nurs, 27( 2), 253-60. eScholarID:1d9967
Haddock G, Morrison AP, Hopkins R, Lewis SW, Tarrier N. (1998).
Individual cognitive-behavioural interventions in early psychosis. Br J Psychiatry Suppl, 172( 33), 101-6. eScholarID:1d8891
Haddock G, Slade P, Bentall RP, Reid D, Faragher E. (1998).
A comparison of the long-term effectiveness of distraction and focusing in the treatment of auditory hallucinations. Br J Med Psychol, 71 ( Pt 3), 339-49. eScholarID:1d10072
Haddock G, Slade PD, Bentall RP, Reid D. (1998).
A trial examining the long-term effectiveness of focusing and distraction in the management of audtory hallucinations. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 71, 339-349. eScholarID:1d18052
Haddock G, Tarrier N, Spaulding W, Yusupoff L, Kinney C, McCarthy E. (1998).
Individual cognitive-behavior therapy in the treatment of hallucinations and delusions: a review. Clin Psychol Rev, 18( 7), 821-38. eScholarID:1d9969
Haddock G. (1998).
Psychosis: thinking beyond drugs. The Therapist, eScholarID:1d10962
Tarrier N, Yusupoff L, Kinney C, McCarthy E, Gledhill A, Haddock G, Morris J. (1998).
Randomised controlled trial of intensive cognitive behaviour therapy for patients with chronic schizophrenia. BMJ, 317( 7154), 303-7. eScholarID:1d9973
Bradshaw TJ, Haddock G. (1995).
Psychological management of schizophrenia. Mental Health Nursing, 15, eScholarID:1d26285
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- Owens, K., Haddock, G. & Berry, K The role of the therapeutic alliance in the regulation of emotion in psychosis: an attachment perspective. Clin Psychol Psychother, 20(6), 523-30. eScholarID:235065 | PMID:22570312 | DOI:10.1002/cpp.1793
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