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- Applied Relaxation
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Short Term Psychodynamic Therapy
Areas of interest
Love & Sexuality; Group Work; Relationship; Clinical Hypnosis; Group Analysis
Specialist interests and expertise in the following physical conditions
- Cardiac conditions
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Pain management
Current NHS consultant posts held
Clinical Tutor/Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
Autism Assessment Service, Hull
Clinical Background: NHS and private sector, working with complex presentations in forensic, adult and child & adolescent mental health, and neuropsychology. Consultancy work. Accredited in EMDR, clinical hypnosis and group psychotherapy (group analysis).
Love & sexuality, the virtual world, psychological medicine, trauma psychotherapy outcome research.
Research (Phd) supervisor at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling
MA Psychonanalytic Studies
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Member of BPS, APA & Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology Division)
Post-graduate Diploma in Group Psychotherapy (Group Analysis )
Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (Member of the American Society of Clinical Hynosis)
EMDR Accredited Therapist (EMDR UK & Ireland)
(Additional) Languages spoken
Vosmer, S. (2017) The Myth of Romantic Love may be ruining your health. The Conversation / Independent.
Vosmer, S. (2016) What do dreams reveal about ourselves and ‘the other’? Group- Analytic Contexts, 73: 60-75.
Vosmer, S. (2016/17) ‘Quantitative Unease ’Group-Analytic Contexts, Issues 71-74
Vosmer (2015) Lessons Learnt for Group Analysis from a Group for Adults with Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. PSC, 1(2)
Vosmer, S. (2012) The usefulness of group analysis in the conceptualization and treatment of personality disorders and complex post-traumatic stress disorder. Group Analysis 45(4), 498-514.
Vosmer, S. (2010) Group Analysis and the Virtual World. Communication in an Expanding Matrix. Group Analysis, 43(4), 505-21.
Vosmer, S, Hackett, S. and Callanan, M. (2009) “Normal” and “inappropriate” childhood sexual behaviours: Findings from a Delphi study of professionals in the United Kingdom. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 15(3), 275-288.
Iqbal, S. and Gracey, D. (2009) Bereavement and cognitive functioning in late life: A review. PSIGE Newsletter, 107, 3-14.
Iqbal, S. and Laura Pipon-Young (2009) The Delphi Method. A step-by-step guide. The Psychologist,22(7) 598-601.
Iqbal, S. and Bassett, M. (2008) Perceived usefulness of activity scheduling. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 15(7), 393-398.
Iqbal, S. (2007) The usefulness of the social unconscious. Clinical Psychology Training Research & Development. 6(1), 22-30.
Iqbal, S., Dolan, M. and Monteiro, B. (2004) Characteristics of Deaf Sexual Offenders referred to a Specialist Mental Health Unit in the UK. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. 15 (3)
Courses offered to GPs
Public Engagement/Media: Romantic Love
Open Campus Lectures: Autism & Group Psychotherapy
Psychoeducation: Group Dynamics
Affiliations / memberships
Member of the Love Research Network, University of Hull
Member of the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA)
Member of the Group Analytic Society International (GASi
Full Member of BPS, HCPC, UKCP, EMDR Association Uk & Ireland
Member of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis
Member of the American Psychological Society & Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict and Violence: Peace Psychology Division
Member of the New Zealand Psychologist Board
Other ways of contacting me
I can be contacted directly using Skype. My Skype ID is: susanne.vosmer