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Hannah McGorman
Cognitive Behaviour Therapist - INTERACT

Profile

Biography

Hannah McGorman is a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist with over 15 years of experience working in mental health services, and in independent practice. She has a specialism of working with common mental health problems such as depression, panic, OCD and trauma, and is an experienced clinical supervisor. Hannah has an interest in person-centred safety planning in the context of distress and risk such as suicide and self-harm. She has led in the service development of guidelines, protocols and staff training in this area.

Hannah is currently on secondment from Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service working as a clinical trial therapist in the INTERACT study.

Qualifications

  • Diploma in High Intensity Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, University of York, 2009
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Primary Care Mental Health, University of York, 2007
  • Foundation Course in Systemic Family Therapy, University of Leeds, 2006
  • BSc Hons Psychology degree, University of Leeds, 2004

Research

Overview

Hannah has an interest in person-centred safety planning in the context of distress and risk such as suicide and self-harm. She has led in the service development of guidelines, protocols and staff training in this area.

Projects

  • INTERACT study

Research group(s)

Publications

Selected publications

  • Delgadillo J, Moreea O, Outhwaite-Luke H, Dace T, Nicholls B, Ramseyer G, Dale V (2014). Confidence in the face of risk: the Risk Assessment and Management Self-Efficacy Study (RAMSES). Psychiatric Bulletin (38), 58-65.

External activities

Memberships

  • British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)

Editorial duties

  • Branch Secretary, West Yorkshire BABCP branch, 2012- present

Invited talks and conferences

  • Annual workshop in the assessment and management of clinical risk and safety planning, MA counselling & psychotherapy, University of Leeds, 2017, 2018, 2019
  • Workshop in cognitive restructuring and verbal reattribution, Practical Foundations of CBT module, Leeds Beckett University, 2018
  • ‘Nurturing the Nurturer’ workshop, BABCP West Yorkshire Branch event, 2014

Contact details

Hannah McGorman
Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (Seconded)