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Dr Chris Ludlow

Lecturer

Biography

I am a clinical psychologist with over 15 years of clinical experience in child and adolescent mental health. I have worked for organisations such as the NHS, Queensland Children's Hospital, the Anna Freud Centre, and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. I have worked with a wide range of psychological problems from first-episode psychosis, childhood anxiety, and adolescent criminal conduct. From 2017 – 2019, I was the Deputy Director of a University College London (UCL) clinical training program where I helped to develop a new workforce for child and adolescent mental health services in London and South East England. A career highlight includes training numerous clinicians at Sigmund Freud’s house over a two-year period while working for the Anna Freud Centre. I am currently a Lecturer in Psychology at Swinburne University with interests in evidence-based practice, cognitive behaviour therapy, and developmental psychopathology. I am a board-approved clinical supervisor, Deputy Director of the Swinburne Psychology Clinic, and I am the Unit Convenor for the Psychology of Trauma and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Research.

Research interests

Clinical Psychology

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.

Honours

Available to supervise honours students.

Honours topics and outlines

Projects: I'm involved in clinical psychology research, seeking student help for two projects. One studies perinatal OCD and gender norms, requiring assistance in protocol development. The other focuses on suicide risk assessment, merging risk and safety in treatment. Both are in initial stages, with my goal being early project start for sufficient student planning, data collection, and analysis time.

Teaching areas

Clinical Psychology;Developmental Psychology

Publications

Also published as: Ludlow, Chris; Ludlow, C.; Ludlow, Christopher
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