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1992 …2020

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Personal profile

Research interests

Paul Stallard is the author of “Think Good Feel Good: A cognitive behaviour therapy workbook for children and young people” and Editor of the book series “Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with children, adolescents and families”. He is an active researcher and has led large multi-site randomised controlled trials evaluating the effectiveness of school based CBT programmes on depression (PROMISE) and anxiety (PACES). He is interested in the use of techology to deliver interventions to children and young people has developed a computerised CBT programme (Think, Feel, Do), an app for adolescents who self-harm (BlueIce), and is part of a project exploring the use of a computerised CBT programme for children with chronic fatigue. 

External positions

Clinical Psychology Advocate , National Institute for Health Research

1 Aug 2015 → …

Autistica Science Advisory Group

Jan 2015 → …

Clinical Advisory Group Ieso

Jan 2014 → …

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Projects

Research Output

Practitioner review: Co-design of digital mental health technologies with children and young people

Bevan Jones, R., Stallard, P., Agha, S. S., Rice, S., Werner-Seidler, A., Stasiak, K., Kahn, J., Simpson, S. A., Alvarez-Jimenez, M., Rice, F., Evans, R. & Merry, S., 31 Aug 2020, In : Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 61, 8, p. 928-940 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Open Access
1 Citation (Scopus)

Technology Matters: BlueIce – using a smartphone app to beat adolescent self-harm

Tingley, J., Greenhalgh, I. & Stallard, P., 11 Jun 2020, In : Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle