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TRAINING, CONSULTANCY & SUPERVISION
 


Expert Psychologists Ltd offers individually designed workshops, training days, lectures and talks to small and large groups of private individuals and corporate organisations.

Training for Professionals
Dr Loumidis offers training on a wide range of academic, research, clinical, and organisational matters. Training is tailored to the needs and level of skill of the audience. Examples of workshops and lecturers include:

.  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Basic, intermediate, and advanced level training
.  Psychological Trauma: From recognition to management
.  Treating specific clinical problems (for example anxiety, depression)
.  Psychological assessment and formulation skills
.  Individually tailored psychological therapies
.  Interviewing skills for non-psychologists

Training for Lay Audiences
Dr Loumidis offers workshops and lecturers to lay audiences. Examples include:

.  Recognising and managing everyday stress
.  Improving self confidence and self esteem
.  Beating negativity and everyday blues
.  Managing conflict and difficult people
.  Managing emotions more effectively
.  Improving positive thinking

Training for Organisations
Dr Loumidis offers workshops and lectures to a range of audiences in organisational settings. Examples include:

.  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Basic, intermediate, and advanced level training
.  Psychological Trauma: From recognition to management
.  Treating specific clinical problems (for example anxiety, depression)
.  Psychological assessment and formulation skills
.  Individually tailored psychological therapies
.  Interviewing skills for non-psychologists

Expertise in Consultancy
As a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dr Loumidis has taken senior roles at clinical, managerial, consultative, training and organisational levels, in previous full-time NHS and University posts. He now offers consultancy to various organisations, and is asked to provide an expert opinion on a wide range of psychological matters. Dr Loumidis has held academic positions at the University College London, the University of Leicester, the University
of Keele, and the University of Birmingham. Dr Loumidis is also an expert witness in the field of clinical psychology and provides expert witness reports for the courts.

Expertise in Supervision and Training
Dr Loumidis provides clinical, research and specialist cognitive therapy training and supervision to BABCP
accredited CBT practitioners. He has trained and supervised over a 100 trainees and clinicians in a range of psychological matters. He has lectured extensively to lay and expert audiences. He is the author and co-author
of numerous publications in peer reviewed books and journal publications where he has been asked to be a reviewer. He has been a member of various university and NHS committees.

Peer Reviewed Publications & Conference Presentations
Dr Loumidis is the author and co-author of a number of numerous publications in scientific books, and peer reviewed journal publications. They are available upon request.

.  Linley, P.A., Joseph, S., & Loumidis, K. (2005). Trauma work, sense of coherence, and positive and negative changes in therapists. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 74, 185-188.

.  Loumidis, K. & Wells, A. (2001). Exercising for the wrong reasons: Relationships among eating disorder
beliefs, maladaptive exercise beliefs and coping. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 8, 416-423.

.  Loumidis, K. & Payne, A. (2001). Exercising for the wrong reasons: Relationships with body image anxiety
and depression. Paper presented at the Centenary Conference of the British Psychological Society, London

.  Cunningham, A., Loumidis, K. & Button, E. (2000). Dimensions of metacognitive belief in patients with eating disorders A preliminary clinical investigation. Paper presented at the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, London.

.  Loumidis, K. (1999). Psychopathology in exercisers: Clinical features in early assessment, in (Eds.)
H. Steinberg & I. Cockerill, Sports psychology in practice: The early stages. The British Psychological Society, Sports and Exercise Section, Leicester: The British Psychological Society.

.  Loumidis, K. & Wells, A. (1998). Assessment of beliefs in exercise dependence: The development and preliminary validation of the exercise beliefs questionnaire. Personality and Individual Differences, 25, 553-567.

.  Loumidis, K. (1998). Professional and ethical issues in sports and exercise settings. In I. Cockerill, A. Dewey
& H. Steinberg (Eds.). What sports and exercise psychologists do. Leicester, The British Psychological Society.

.  Stenfert Kroese, B., Dagnan, D. & Loumidis, K. (1997). Cognitive behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities. London, Routledge.

.  Loumidis, K. & Hill, A.B. (1997). Social problem solving groups for adults with learning disabilities. In
B. Stenfert Kroese, D. Dagnan & K. Loumidis (Eds.) Cognitive behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities. London, Routledge.

.  Loumidis, K. & Hill, A.B. (1997). Training in groups with intellectual disabilities in social problem solving skills to reduce maladaptive behaviour: The influence of individual difference factors. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 10, 3, 217-238.

.  Loumidis, K. & Shropshire, J.M. (1997). The effects of waiting time on appointment attendance and length of psychological treatment, Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 14, 2, 49-54.

.  Loumidis, K. (1996). Measures of exercise addiction and the development of the exercise beliefs
questionnaire. Paper presented at the Joint Clinical Conference of the Division of Clinical Psychology British Psychological Society Conference, Ambleside.

.  Loumidis, K. & Wells, A. (1996). The exercise beliefs questionnaire: Development and preliminary validation. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Conference, London.

.  Shropshire, J.M. & Loumidis, K. (1996). Development of the pre-adolescent attitudes towards a physical education questionnaire (PAAPEQ). In C. Robson, B. Cripps & H. Steinberg (Eds.). Quality and quantity:
Research methods in sports and exercise psychology. Leicester, The British Psychological Society.

.  Shropshire, J.M. & Loumidis, K. (1996). The pre-adolescent attitudes towards a physical education questionnaire (PAAPEQ). Paper presented at British Psychological Society Sports and Exercise Psychology
Section, London.

.  Loumidis, K. & Roxborough, H. (1995). A cognitive behavioural approach to excessive exercising. In
J. Annett, B. Cripps & H. Steinberg (Eds.). Exercise addiction: Motivation for participation in sport and exercise. Leicester, The British Psychological Society.

.  Loumidis, K. & Roxborough, H. (1995). A cognitive behavioural approach to excessive exercising. Paper presented at British Psychological Society Sports and Exercise Psychology Section, Warwick.

.  Loumidis, K. (1992). Can social problem solving training help people with learning difficulties?. In D.R. Trent (Ed.) The promotion of mental health. Aldershot, Avebury Press.

.  Loumidis, K. (1992). Can social problem solving training help people with learning difficulties?. Paper
presented at the First Annual Conference on The Promotion of Mental Health, Staffordshire.

.  Loumidis, K. (1992). Cognitive behavioural approaches for people with learning disabilities. Symposium conducted at the British Psychological Society Conference, London. (Convenor & Chair).

.  Loumidis, K. (1992). Evaluating social problem solving groups for adults with learning disabilities. In
K. Loumidis (Chair). Cognitive behavioural approaches for people with learning disabilities. Symposium conducted
at the British Psychological Society Conference, London.

.  Loumidis, K. & Hallam, R.S. & Cadge, B. (1991). The effect of written reassuring information on out-patients complaining of tinnitus. British Journal of Audiology, 25, 105-109.


 


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