Department of Psychology

Lorna Hogg

Lorna Hogg

Clinical Tutor, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

10W 3.33
Email: l.i.hogg@bath.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 6563

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Lorna Hogg is a Clinical Tutor for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme. She has been Admissions tutor for the Programme since its commencement in 2010 and developed and implemented the Admissions strategy. She also coordinates teaching on Severe and Complex Mental Health Needs. She has previous experience of contributing to clinical psychology training at both Canterbury Christ Church University (based at Salomons) and Oxford where she held academic tutor roles.

Lorna graduated in clinical psychology from the University of Glasgow in 1985.  She has spent the majority of her career working as a clinician in the NHS and has worked in NHS Mental Healthcare Trusts in Scarborough, Oxford, Oxleas in Kent, Avon and Wiltshire Partnership in Bristol and 2gether in Gloucestershire. She has extensive experience of working with adults and a special interest in working with people with psychosis.  In her last clinical post she set up and developed an Early Intervention in Psychosis Service in Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust as the Clinical Lead in this field. She currently works as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in a Specialist Anxiety Disorders Clinic based at the University of Bath.

Lorna is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and full member of the British Psychological Society and Division of Clinical Psychology and is registered as an Applied Psychology Practice Supervisor with the BPS. She is also registered with the Healthcare Professionals Council.  She is a member of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists. 

Lorna has a long-standing research interest in psychosis, developing theoretical understanding, and improving psychological treatments and service provision.  She is registered part-time for a PhD at the University of Bath on the topic of sense of self and social identity in psychosis. Other research interests include mental health stigma, and disclosure decision-making.

Research interests

  • Psychosis

  • Stigma and self-stigma

  • Disclosure decision-making

  • Service improvement in mental health care

  • Selection in Clinical Psychology training

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