Kate Cavanagh focuses on Anxiety, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology, Mindfulness and Anxiety disorder. Her work in Anxiety covers topics such as Depression which are related to areas like Publication bias. In her study, Mental health is inextricably linked to Cognitive therapy, which falls within the broad field of Psychotherapist.
Her study in the field of Self-compassion also crosses realms of Construct, Compassion and Operational definition. The various areas that Kate Cavanagh examines in her Mindfulness study include Psychological intervention and Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. Her studies deal with areas such as Panic disorder, Psychometrics, Confidence interval and Phobias as well as Anxiety disorder.
Her primary areas of investigation include Psychotherapist, Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Psychological intervention and Cognition. Distress and Public health is closely connected to Intervention in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Psychotherapist. Her Anxiety research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive therapy and Depression.
Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Rumination, Paranoia and Worry. Her Psychological intervention study incorporates themes from Mindfulness and Therapeutic relationship. As part of one scientific family, Kate Cavanagh deals mainly with the area of Mindfulness, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and often Mindfulness-based stress reduction.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mental health, Mindfulness, Anxiety, Psychological intervention and Clinical psychology. Her work focuses on many connections between Mental health and other disciplines, such as Digital health, that overlap with her field of interest in Stigma. The Mindfulness study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive therapy, Depression and Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
Cognitive therapy is closely attributed to Psychotherapist in her work. She studies Mindfulness-based stress reduction which is a part of Psychotherapist. Her Psychological intervention research includes themes of PsycINFO, Attribution, Construct validity and Psychological testing.
Kate Cavanagh mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Mindfulness, Obsessive compulsive, Self-compassion and Construct validity. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Clinical psychology and Attendance in her work. Her Mindfulness research incorporates themes from Depression, Association, Treatment seeking and Anxiety.
Her Obsessive compulsive research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Treatment dropout, Cognition, Symptom reduction, Systematic search and Treatment Refusal. Her work carried out in the field of Self-compassion brings together such families of science as Feeling, Social psychology and Self. Her research integrates issues of PsycINFO, Attribution, Psychological testing and Psychological intervention in her study of Construct validity.
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How do mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction improve mental health and wellbeing? A systematic review and meta-analysis of mediation studies
Jenny Gu;Clara Strauss;Rod Bond;Kate Cavanagh.
Clinical Psychology Review (2015)
Mindfulness-based interventions for people diagnosed with a current episode of an anxiety or depressive disorder: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.
Clara Strauss;Kate Cavanagh;Annie Oliver;Danelle Pettman.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Computer-aided psychotherapy for anxiety disorders: a meta-analytic review
Pim Cuijpers;Isaac M. Marks;Annemieke van Straten;Kate Cavanagh.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (2009)
What is compassion and how can we measure it? A review of definitions and measures
Clara Strauss;Clara Strauss;Billie Lever Taylor;Jenny Gu;Willem Kuyken.
Clinical Psychology Review (2016)
Cost-effectiveness of computerised cognitive-behavioural therapy for anxiety and depression in primary care: randomised controlled trial
Paul McCrone;Martin Knapp;Judith Proudfoot;Clash Ryden.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2004)
A randomised controlled trial of a brief online mindfulness-based intervention
Kate Cavanagh;Clara Strauss;Francesca Cicconi;Natasha Griffiths.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2013)
Disgust propensity and disgust sensitivity: separate constructs that are differentially related to specific fears.
W. J. M. van Overveld;de Peter Jong;M. L. Peters;K. Cavanagh.
Personality and Individual Differences (2006)
HANDS-ON HELP: Computer-aided Psychotherapy
Isaac Meyer Marks;Kate Cavanagh;Lina Gega.
Can mindfulness and acceptance be learnt by self-help?: a systematic review and meta-analysis of mindfulness and acceptance-based self-help interventions.
Kate Cavanagh;Clara Strauss;Lewis Forder;Fergal Jones.
Clinical Psychology Review (2014)
Computer treatment for common mental health problems
Kate Cavanagh;David A. Shapiro.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2004)
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