Sussex Psychosis Research interest Group (SPRiG)

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Welcome to SPRiG

The Sussex Psychosis Research interest Group (SPRiG) incorporates clinical and academic researchers within the University of Sussex, Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The SPRiG group is part of the Clinical and Developmental research group at the University of Sussex.

Current research includes the contribution of genetics, neuroimaging, psychological processes, health and social contexts to psychosis and well-being outcomes; the development of new psychological therapies, including third wave CBT and computer-based therapies; understanding and addressing childrens’ and adolescents’ attitudes to psychosis, to promote positive non-stigmatising schema; and earlier engagement in help seeking.

We host SPRiG seminars throughout the year at University of Sussex or Sussex Education Centre. Visit our events pages for more information or follow us on Twitter for updates on psychosis new items, research projects and psychosis events. @SPRiGSussex 

 

Our next seminar is Wednesday 28th September 4.00-5.00pm 

"Preliminary Findings from the Early Youth Engagement (EYE-2) Trial"

Prof Kathryn Greenwood: Professor of Psychology, University of Sussex and Consultant Clinical Psychologist Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Finding from the Early Youth Engagement Trial (EYE-2), a new model of care for improving engagement in the Early Intervention Service

The new Zoom link for our 2022/2023 series will be confirmed soon

 

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Contact

SPRiG Director: Professor Kathy Greenwood
School of Psychology
University of Sussex
Falmer
East Sussex
BN1 9QH
United Kingdom
Email: k.e.greenwood@sussex.ac.uk

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The Sussex Psychosis Research interest Group (SPRiG) incorporates clinical and academic researchers within @sussexuni @bsmsmedschool & @withoutstigma

Join us tomorrow 25th May at 4-5pm for our SPRiG seminar where Dr Joseph Barnby will talk about “being precise abou… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Join us on Wednesday 27th October 4-5pm where Dr Peter Mosley will be speaking about ‘cognitive models of voice hea… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

For anyone who missed our brilliant workshop yesterday on how to build a strong online therapeutic alliance the res… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Join us on Wednesday 6th October 4-5.30 for a workshop on how to build a strong therapeutic alliance online. Everyo… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Thank you to Steph Allan @eolasinntinn for a great talk last week about implementing digital applications for psychosis

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