Ellen Iredale

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Ellen is a second-year Trainee Clinical Psychologist at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and Research. Before training she worked in the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis Team on the SleepWell trial for young people at risk of psychosis, led by Dr Felicity Waite. Ellen is interested in early intervention and prevention for trauma-related psychological difficulties in children and young people, motivated by her work with the charity Home-Start where she supported families with young children in the community. She has a first-class degree in French and German from Trinity College, University of Cambridge; a Masters in French Literature from Hertford College, University of Oxford; and an MSc in Psychology from the University of Essex.


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Compassion-focused therapy for psychosis: study suggests it’s feasible and acceptable, so what next?


Ellen Iredale and Poppy Brown summarise a case-series study on compassion‐focused therapy for distressing hallucinations and delusions in psychosis, suggesting the potential to benefit people with psychosis.

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