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Kellie Jacques

Trainee Clinical Psychologist

I am in my third year of clinical training and am currently on placement across an Early Intervention in Psychosis team and a Community Psychosis team.

I have completed core placements in an Adult Mental Health Service in Witney, a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in Banbury, an Intellectual Disabilities Community Service in Banbury, and an Older Adults Community Service in Banbury.

My dissertation is a quantitative study exploring the relationship between sexual regret and psychological wellbeing in young women.

Prior Experience

Prior to training I worked as an Assistant Psychologist in an Acute Care Service. I have also worked in an Early Intervention in Psychosis team and in a school supporting children with ASD and learning disabilities.

Professional Interests

Presentations and publications

Birrell, J., Jacques, K., & Rutherford, R. (2015). Implementing the Intensive Support Programme (ISP) approach in adult acute care services. In I. Clarke (Chair,) Psychologically Informed Acute Care: the Emotion Focused Formulation Approach (EFFA). Symposium conducted at British Psychological Society’s Division on Clinical Psychology’s Annual Conference, London, UK.

 

Birrell, J., Jacques, K., Clarke, I., and Araci, D. (2016) Exploring the Experiences of Service-Users in an Innovative Acute Care Service - the Intensive Support Programme. Poster presented at the 44th Annual Conference of the BABCP, Belfast.