Dr Susan J Grey MA. MPhil. PhD. C.Clin.Psychol AFBPS
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Honorary Senior Lecturer
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Institute of Psychiatry
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I went to school in Cheshire, then read Psychology and Physiology (PPP) at St Hilda’s College, Oxford University, graduating in 1973. I completed my M.Phil in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry in 1975. After qualifying I was a clinical researcher at the IoP until 1984, then held a number of NHS posts as a clinical psychologist in adult mental health and addiction, returning to the IoP in 1994. I completed my PhD in 2000. I’m currently working in the Psychosis CAG for SLAM in Southwark, and continuing with research interests in cognitive bias modification.
activities and interests
Information processing in anxiety
Research into modification of interpretation bias (CBM-I) in normal and anxious individuals.
D.Clin.Psych. Adult teaching coordinator.
Adult teaching coordinator for DClinPsyc course. Research supervisor for DClinPsyc course.
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Grey, S.J. (2000) Research Assessment Exercise: Good or bad for mental health research ? Journal of Mental Health, 9, 555-557
Grey, SJ., Price, G. & Mathews, A. (2000) Reduction of anxiety during MR imaging: a controlled trial. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 18, 351-355
Grey, S. & Mathews, A. (2000) Effects of training on interpretation of emotional ambiguity. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 4, 1143-1162
Curtis, V., Tiller, J., Taylor, D., & Grey, S. (2000) Bipolar Disorder - A patients’ handbook. Sanofi-Synthelabo, London
Grey, SJ. (2001) Community Alliances. In Community Psychiatry. G. Thornicroft & G. Szmukler (Eds) Oxford Medical Press
Grey, S.J. (2001) Anxiety Disorders. In Mental Health Handbook for Carers. C. Gerada, R.Ramsay, & G.Szmukler (Eds.)
Grey, S.J. (2002) If psychological therapy makes such good sense, why isn’t everybody doing it? Journal of Mental Health, 11, 465-468
Grey, S. Wykes, T. & Craig, T (2004) There’s more than one way to have an impact. Journal of Mental Health, 13, 345-349.
Hayward, P. Tilley, F. Derbyshire, C. Kuipers, E. & Grey, S. (2005) "The Ailment" revisited: are "manipulative" patients really the most difficult? Journal of Mental Health, 14, 291-303.
Orbach, G., Lindsay, S, & Grey, S. (2007) A randomized placebo-controlled trial of a self-help internet-based intervention for test anxiety. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 483-496
Grey, Susan J, (2007) A structured problem-solving group for psychiatric inpatients. Groupwork, 17, 1, 20-33.
Grey, S.J. & Mathews, A. (2009) Cognitive bias modification: Priming with an ambiguous homograph is necessary to detect an interpretation training effect. Journal of Behaviour Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 40, 338-343.
Grey, Susan J (2010) Problem-solving groups with in-patients - a practical guide. In Psychological Groupwork with Psychiatric Inpatients, J.Radcliffe, K.Hajek, J.Carson and O.Manor (Eds). Whiting and Birch. pp 191-213.
Published Conference Abstracts:
Betts, K. & Grey, S.J. & Jeffrey, S.(2004) An evaluation of the usefulness of an information booklet for patients with a diagnosis of bi-polar disorder. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. 12, 197.
Byard, K., Grey, S.J., Guinan, E. & Del Piano, C. (2004) Preparation with an information booklet can make MRI scanning less unpleasant for the patient. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society 12, 197
Guinan, E., Grey, S.J., Stewart, K & Del Piano, C. (2004) The effects of personality and pre-existing phobias on MRI-induced anxiety in a non-psychiatric population. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society 12, 199
Price, G. & Grey, S.J. (2004) Fear is not the only deterrent to blood donation. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. 12, 200
Duncan, A., Fialko, L., Rowe, A. Samson, G. & Grey, SJ. (2005) Helping patients to write their own account of their admission to hospital: how do they respond and can nursing staff help? Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 13, 170.
Fialko, L., Jabati, S., Gregory, R. & Grey, S. (2005) Improving provision and uptake of therapy activities on an in-patient ward: procedures for regular monitoring and review. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 13, 170
Jeffrey, S. & Grey, SJ. (2005) The Maudsley Tournament: An initiative to raise activity levels in psychiatric in-patients. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 13, 170
Grey, S. Windheim, K. & Green, C. (2007) The use of self-help booklets as a first line appraoch for anxiety and depression in a Community Mental health Team. Clinical Psychology Forum, Suppl.2007-1, 25-26.
Jassi, A & Grey, S. (2007) Training using pictures: effects on interpretation of ambiguity, state anxiety and anxiety reactivity. Clinical Psychology Forum, Suppl.2007-1, 26-27.
Grey,S., East, P.,Gracie, A., Moore, R., Bellringer, S. (2007) More than just ’beds and meds’: using activity planning to improve activity levels and therapeutic engagement in psychiatric in-patients. Clinical Psychology Forum, Suppl.2007-1, 51-52.
Grey,S., Jassi, A., Payne,S., Hearn, M. (2008) Cognitive bias modification: Exploratory studies using visual images. Clinical Psychology Forum, Suppl.2008-1, 10.
Payne,S., & Grey,S. (2008) Training an interpretation bias in individuals reporting high trait anxiety. Clinical Psychology Forum, Suppl.2008-1, 27-28.
last updated: Friday, March 26, 2010