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Dr. Daniel Freeman

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Local Address:  Oxfordshire , United Kingdom
University of Oxford
12 Mansfield Road
Oxford , Oxfordshire OX1 3TA
United Kingdom

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  • natural sciences
    University of Cambridge
  • doctorates , psychology and clinical psychology
    Institute of Psychiatry
  • natural sciences
    Cambridge University
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Daniel Freeman, of the University of Oxford's department of psychiatry, has pointed to a study of 4,415 patients who had been at hospital following an episode of self-harm; it found significantly higher suicidal intent in the men than the women. But the hypothesis remains largely un-investigated. "I don't think it's been shown definitively at all," he says.
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Professor of Clinical Psychology
The Blair Partnership, 23 Sept 2015 [cached]
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"I'm Professor of Clinical Psychology at Oxford University, where I moved in 2011 after over a decade at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Alongside my research and clinical work, I'm passionate about helping people to understand and improve their mental health and well-being. Working with my brother Jason Freeman, a writer and editor, we aim to make the very best science of the mind accessible - and useful - to everyone."
Meet Professor Daniel Freeman:
Professor Daniel Freeman is one of the UK's leading clinical psychologists.
He is a Professor of Clinical Psychology, a Medical Research Council (MRC) Senior Clinical Fellow, and a British Psychological Society Fellow, in the Department of Psychiatry at Oxford University. He is also a consultant clinical psychologist at the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
He publishes prolifically in leading international journals, makes regular keynote addresses at international conferences, and is an Associate Editor of the British Journal of Clinical Psychology. A key figure in the latest developments in cognitive behaviour therapy, he teaches and supervises clinicians across the globe.
BABCP Conference 2014, 22 July 2014 [cached]
Daniel Freeman, Katherine Pugh and Felicity Waite, University of Oxford, UK
This research is being used by Prof Daniel Freeman and colleagues to develop a targeted cognitive therapy for individuals with paranoia. The workshop will present the latest developments in the psychological treatment of paranoia being evaluated by Prof Freeman's team, including reducing preoccupation with delusions, improving sleep, and increasing self confidence.
Daniel Freeman is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and MRC Senior Clinical Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. He is also an honorary consultant clinical psychologist in Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and a Fellow of University College, Oxford. He has published extensively on the psychological understanding and treatment of persecutory delusions, and is the lead author of several books including Overcoming Paranoid and Suspicious Thoughts (2006), Paranoia: the 21st Century Fear (2008), Know Your Mind (2009), You Can Be Happy (2012), and The Stressed Sex (2013). Drs Katherine Pugh and Felicity Waite are clinical psychologists working within Prof Freeman's group on clinical trials evaluating treatment innovations for patients with persecutory delusions.
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