Research

Our team specialises in clinical psychology and research focusing on personalized treatments.

We have developed cutting-edge technologies that help therapists to monitor how patients respond to therapy in order to identify and resolve obstacles to improvement. We work with expert computer scientists and software developers to translate our clinical research into practical tools that can directly support the treatment of patients seeking help for mental health problems. Below are some examples of our work;

Sep 2017

Case complexity as a guide for psychological treatment selection


Delgadillo, J., Huey, D., Bennett, H., & McMillan, D. (2017). Case complexity as a guide for psychological treatment selection. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 85(9), 835-853. Read More

April 2016

Different people respond differently to therapy: A demonstration using patient profiling and risk stratification


Delgadillo, J., Moreea, O., & Lutz, W. (2016). Different people respond differently to therapy: A demonstration using patient profiling and risk stratification. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 79, 15-22.  Read More

December 2017

Improving the efficiency of psychological  treatment using outcome feedback technology.


Delgadillo, J., Overend, K., Lucock, M., Groom, M., Kirby, N., McMillan, D., Gilbody, S., Lutz, W., Rubel, J.A., & de Jong, K. (2017). Improving the efficiency of psychological treatment using outcome feedback technology. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 99, 89-97. Read More

June 21, 2018

Feedback-informed treatment versus usual psychological treatment for depression and anxiety: a multisite, open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial


Delgadillo, J., de Jong, K., Lucock, M., Lutz, W., Rubel, J., Gilbody, S., Ali, S., Aguirre, E., Appleton, M., Nevin, J., O’Hayon, H., Patel, U., Sainty, A., Spencer, P., & McMillan, D.
(2018). Feedback-informed treatment versus usual psychological treatment for depression and anxiety: a multisite, open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(7), 564-572. Read More

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