Department of Psychology

Dr Emma Griffith

Clinical Tutor/Lecturer, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
 

10W 3.34
Email: e.j.griffith@bath.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 385889

Profile

Emma is a Clinical Tutor and Lecturer for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Programme.

Emma completed her Masters in Research methods at the University of Bristol in 1998. After working at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Hull and then a Specialist Substance use and Psychosis NHS service, she completed her Doctorate in Clinical and Community Psychology at the University of Exeter. She qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2006 and is a chartered psychologist and HCPC registered. Emma worked with a specialist service working with individuals experiencing severe mental health and substance use problems from 2007 until 2013. During this time she completed a post-graduate diploma in cognitive behavioural therapy at Oxford University.

Emma’s current research focuses on a trial looking at the use of a brief motivational intervention in psychiatric inpatient settings for individuals experiencing severe mental health and substance use problems.

Research interests

  • comorbid severe mental health and substance use problems
  • developing treatment approaches for individuals experiencing personality disorder, severe mental health and substance use problems
  • personality disorder
  • self esteem and psychosis
  • early Intervention in psychosis
  • the application of cognitive theory to clinical practice
  • community psychology.

Publications

Book/s

Graham, H., Copello, A., Birchwood, M. and Griffith, E., 2016. Brief Integrated Motivational Intervention:a Treatment Manual for Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Problems. Wiley-Blackwell.

Book Sections

Graham, H. L., Tobin, D. and Godfrey, E., 2007. A consultation-liaison service model offering a brief integrated motivational enhancement intervention. In: Baker, A. and Velleman, R., eds. Clinical Handbook of Co-existing Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Problems. Routledge, pp. 114-131.

Articles

Rusbridge, S., Tooze, O., Griffith, E. and Wilkinson-Tough, M., 2017. Clinical psychologists' perceptions of barriers and facilitators to engaging service users in Index Offence Assessment and Formulation in a medium secure unit. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology

Graham, H. L., Copello, A., Griffith, E., Freemantle, N., McCrone, P., Clarke, L., Walsh, K., Stefanidou, C. A., Rana, A. and Birchwood, M., 2016. Pilot randomised trial of a brief intervention for comorbid substance misuse in psychiatric in-patient settings. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 133 (4), pp. 298-309.

Graham, H. L., Griffith, E., Copello, A. and Birchwood, M., 2016. Substance misuse brief interventions during psychiatric hospital admissions. Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 9 (2/3), pp. 66-73.

Griffith, E., Kuyken, W., Watkins, E. and Jones, A., 2015. Do females with bulimia nervosa and eating disorder not otherwise specified have selective memory biases? Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 43 (5), pp. 1-12.

Graham, H. L., Birchwood, M., Griffith, E., Freemantle, N., McCrone, P., Stefanidou, C. A., Walsh, K., Clarke, L., Rana, A. and Copello, A., 2014. A pilot study to assess the feasibility and impact of a brief motivational intervention on problem drug and alcohol use in adult mental health inpatient units:Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 15 (308).

Copello, A., Walsh, K., Graham, H., Tobin, D., Griffith, E., Day, E. and Birchwood, M., 2013. A consultation-liaison service on integrated treatment:a program description. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 9 (2), pp. 149-157.

Copello, A., Walsh, K., Graham, H., Tobin, D., Fellows, S., Griffith, E., Day, E. and Birchwood, M., 2012. The impact of training within a comprehensive dual diagnosis strategy:The Combined Psychosis and Substance Use (COMPASS) experience. Mental Health and Substance Use, 5 (3), pp. 206-216.

Clutterbuck, R., Tobin, D., Orford, J., Copello, A., Preece, M., Birchwood, M., Day, E., Graham, H., Griffith, E. and McGovern, D., 2009. Exploring the attitudes of staff working within mental health settings toward clients who use cannabis. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 16 (4), pp. 311-327.

Clutterbuck, R., Tobin, D., Orford, J., Copello, A., Birchwood, M., Day, E., Graham, H., McGovern, D. and Griffith, E., 2008. Staff attitude towards cocaine/crack-cocaine use amongst individuals with severe mental health problems in an inner city area of the UK. Mental Health and Substance Use, 1 (3), pp. 205-215.

Graham, H. L., Copello, A., Birchwood, M., Orford, J., McGovern, D., Mueser, K. T., Clutterbuck, R., Godfrey, E., Maslin, J., Day, E. and Tobin, D., 2006. A preliminary evaluation of integrated treatment for co-existing substance use and severe mental health problems:impact on teams and service users. Journal of Mental Health, 15 (5), pp. 577-591.

Griffith, E., Love, H., Newell, B. and Scase, C., 2006. Take some new trainees and add late nights, party food and life events:the experience of using problem-based learning in training. Clinical Psychology Forum, 167, pp. 7-9.

Graham, H. L., Copello, A., Birchwood, M., Orford, J., McGovern, D., Georgiou, G. and Godfrey, E., 2003. Service innovation:co-existing severe mental health and substance use problems: developing integrated services in the U. K. Psychiatric Bulletin, 27 (5), pp. 183-186.

Conference or Workshop Items

Graham, H. L., Tobin, D. and Griffith, E., 2008. Substance use amongst people with mental health problems. In: British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, 2008, 2008-07-17 - 2008-07-19.

Griffith, E., Graham, H., Copello, A., Birchwood, M., Orford, J., McGovern, D., Mueser, K. T. and Clutterbuck, R., 2007. A preliminary evaluation of integrated treatment for co-existing substance use and severe mental health problems: impact on teams and service users. In: British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) 35th Annual Conference and Workshops, 2007, 2007-09-12 - 2007-09-14.

Griffith, E., Kuyken, W. and Jones, A., 2006. Do females with bulimia nervosa and eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) have selective memory biases? In: British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) 35th Annual Conference, 2006, 2006-07-20 - 2006-07-21, University of Warwick.

Georgiou, G. and Godfrey, E., 2002. Interventions with severe mental health and substance use problems in community orientated mental health services. In: Joint Symposium of the Society for the Study of Addiction and the Faculty of Substance Misuse of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2002, 2002-11-28 - 2002-11-29.

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