Research projects

These pages contain information about research projects currently being run by trainees on the Lancaster DClinPsy programme.

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Exploring wellbeing and involvement in the rehabilitative care of a partner with limb loss

Research led by Kate Empson


Experiences of providing peer-support to individuals who have an amputation

Research led by Laura Richardson


Clinical psychologists' experiences of exploring and addressing 'context' in formulation and intervention

Research led by Heather Spankie


Understandings of psychological difficulties in Huntington's disease and expectations of psychological therapy

Research led by Rachael Theed


What are relatives' experiences of supporting a family member receiving electroconvulsive therapy? A qualitative exploration

Research led by Kerry Irving


The views of people with Huntington's disease on assisted dying: A qualitative study

Research led by Laurence Regan


Exploring the relationship between prosthesis use and thoughts about amputation

Research led by Nic Burden


Understanding voice hearers' ideas about themselves and their voices

Research led by Kelly Price


What are partners' experiences of living with someone who has a chronic pain condition?

Research led by Laura Smith


The Experience and Decision-Making Process of Women with Low to Medium Risk of Contralateral Breast Cancer who Have Chosen to Undergo a Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy (CPM)

Research led by Fehmida Patel


Completed research projects