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Professor of Clinical Psychology

University of Oxford

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Professor Daniel Freeman
is a professor of clinical psychology and MRC senior clinical fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. He also works as a consultant clinical psychologist in Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. He is one of the world's leading experts on paranoia.


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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. Freeman, D. (2011). Freeman, D. & Freeman, J. (2013). Freeman, D. & Freeman, J. (2013).


BABCP Conference 2017

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3. Barton, S.B., Armstrong, P & Freeman, E. (in press, 2017).
Daniel Freeman, Felicity Waite and Bryony Sheaves, University of Oxford This research is being used by Professor Freeman and colleagues to develop a new targeted, personalised, modular therapy for patients with persecutory delusions, called the Feeling Safe Programme. 1. Freeman, D. (2016). Persecutory delusions: a cognitive perspective on understanding and treatment. The Lancet Psychiatry, 3, 685-692. 2. Freeman, D., Bradley, J., Waite, F., Sheaves, B., DeWeever, N., Bourke, E., McInerney, J., Evans, N., ernis, E., Lister, R., Garety, P. & Dunn, G. (2016). 3. Freeman, D. & Waite, F. (2017). Daniel Freeman is an NIHR Research Professor at the University of Oxford, a consultant clinical psychologist in Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, and a Fellow of University College, Oxford. He leads the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group, which focuses on developing the understanding and treatment of psychotic experiences.


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Discussant: Daniel Freeman, University of Oxford
Daniel Freeman, The University of Oxford


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Daniel Freeman, The University of Oxford


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