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Dr Nicola Cogan

Lecturer

Psychology

Personal statement

Nicola joined Strathclyde in October 2017 having previously worked as a consultant clinical psychologist in the NHS. She completed the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psy) at the University of Edinburgh (2004-2007). Prior to this she completed a PhD at the University of Glasgow (1999-2002).Her research interests are in the areas of developing interventions for building resilience and coping strategies in 'at risk' populations. She has a strong interest in the important role of social contextual factors that impact on health and wellbeing.

 

Publications

Psychological impacts of challenging behaviour and motivational orientation in staff supporting individuals with autistic spectrum conditions
Merrick Alistair D, Grieve Alan, Cogan Nicola
Autism Vol 21, pp. 872-880, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1362361316654857
Coping with work-related stressors and building resilience in mental health workers : a comparative focus group study using interpretative phenomenological analysis
Lamb Danielle, Cogan Nicola
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology Vol 89, pp. 474-492, (2016)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/joop.12136
'What's the point?' : An investigation into the experiences of staff working with adults with autism spectrum disorders
Butrimaviciute Rasa, Grieve Alan, Cogan Nicola
Clinical Psychology Forum, pp. 21-25, (2016)
Mental health and parenting in rural areas : an exploration of parental experiences and current needs
Cremers Gwendolyn Erin, Cogan Nicola Ann, Twamley Iseult
J Ment Health Vol 23, pp. 99-104, (2014)
http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/09638237.2014.889283
The experiences of clinicians using formulation in adult mental health : an interpretative phenomenological analysis
Picken Alicia, Cogan Nicola
Clinical Psychology Forum, pp. 37-41, (2012)
The understanding and experiences of children affected by parental mental health problems : a qualitative study
Cogan Nicola, Riddell Sheila, Mayes Gillian
Qualitative Research in Psychology Vol 2, pp. 47-66, (2005)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1191/1478088705qp024oa

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