Dr Damien Appleton
Damien is trained in a range of therapeutic approaches:
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
- Mindfulness Based Therapies
- Narrative therapy
- Doctorate in Psychology, University of Leicester, UK. 2018
- Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2013
- Master of Clinical Psychology, University of Wollongong, Australia, 1997
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) Psychology, Victoria University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 1991
- British Psychological Society Chartered Clinical Psychologist and Associate Fellow
- Member of Association for Contextual Behavioural Science
- Registered Clinical Neuropsychologist, New Zealand Psychologists Board
- Member of New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists
- Member of the New Zealand Special Interest Group in Neuropsychology
Effects of a mindfulness-based stress reduction group programme on family carers. Mental Health Practice. Appleton P, Barrasin E, Hepworth A, Appleton D et al (2019)
Patient Experiences of the Uro-oncology Specialist Nurse: The Value of Information Giving and Directions for Future Research Cancer Nursing Practice. Barrasin and Appleton Cancer Nursing Practice (May 2018).
Our Disease: A qualitative meta-synthesis of the experiences of spousal/partner caregivers of people with multiple sclerosis. Appleton, Robertson, Mitchell and Lesley Scandinavian Journal of Health Sciences (September 2018).
Social worker resilience: The Sink Model. Barrasin, Lesley, Murray & Appleton. (2018)
British Psychological Society, South West Forum.
“In Control” A community anger management program for people with a brain injury Appleton & Gilchrist (2001) , Illawarra Area Health Service, Australia.