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- Behavioural Activation (BA)
- CBT with Exposure and Response Prevention (CBT with ERP)
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Trauma focused CBT
- Video & Telephone remote therapy sessions
Naomi works in the NHS and in the Private Sector. She has an academic background in mental health research and lecturing.
Areas of interest
18 years + mental health and emotional disorders.
Managing mental health conditions associated with physical health conditions.
Individual therapy: generalised anxiety; panic; health anxiety; social anxiety; worry; stress management; insomnia; negative thoughts; intrusive thoughts; anger management; irritability; loss; bereavement and grief; depression; obsessive compulsive disorder; post-traumatic stress disorder; suicidality; adjustment following life events such as divorce; chronic fatigue; cardiac rehabilitation; pain management, psychophysiological disorder; psychological issues arising from medical conditions.
Flynn S, Humber N, Bartlett A, Shaw J (2015). Women offenders and mental health (Chapter 13) in DJ Castle & K Abel (Eds.) Comprehensive Womens Mental Health. Cambridge University Press.
Humber N, Emsley R, Pratt D, & Tarrier N (2013). Anger as a predictor of psychological distress and suicidal ideation in prisoners: a structured self-assessment diary study. Psychiatry Research, 201, (1), 166-173.
Humber N, Webb R, Piper M, Appleby L, & Shaw J (2012). A national case-control study of risk factors for suicide among prisoners in England and Wales. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. DOI: 10.1007/s00127-012-0632-4.
Shaw J, Appleby L, & Humber N, et al. (2011). A national study of self-inflicted death in prison custody in England and Wales from 1999 to 2007. Department of Health: London.
Humber N, Piper M, Appleby L, & Shaw J (2011). Characteristics of and trends in subgroups of prisoner suicides in England and Wales. Psychological Medicine, 41, (11), 2275-2285.
Humber N, Hayes A, Senior J, Fahy T, & Shaw J (2011). Identifying, monitoring and managing prisoners at risk of self-harm/suicide in England and Wales. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 22, (1), 22-51.
Humber N, Hayes A, Wright S, Fahy T, & Shaw J (2011). A comparative study of forensic and general community psychiatric patients with integrated and parallel models of care in the UK Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 22, (2), 183-202.
Shaw J, & Humber N (2010). Suicide and self-injury in offenders, in G Towl & D Crighton (Eds.) Handbook of Forensic Psychology. British Psychological Society: London.
Humber N, Senior J, & Shaw J (2009). Forensic service users (Chapter 9), in C Brooker & J Repper. (Eds.) Implementing Mental Health Policy. Elsevier Limited.
Shaw J, & Humber N (2007). Prison mental health services, Psychiatry, 6, (11), 465-469.
Senior J, Hayes AJ, Bowen A, Foster K, Clayton R, Humber N, et al. (2005). Evaluation of the 'Care of At-Risk Prisoners Project'. Report to Safer Custody Group, HMPS.
Shaw J, & Humber N (2004). Prison mental health services, Psychiatry, 3, (11), 21-24.
- Psychology BSc. University of Liverpool 2001
- Doctor of Philosophy [Psychiatry] PhD University of Manchester 2009
- Doctor of Clinical Psychology D.Clin.Psy University of Manchester 2012
- Chartered Clinical Psychologist C.Psychol British Psychological Society 2013
- Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society AFBPsS British Psychological Society 2015
Affiliations / memberships
Health and Care Professions Council - Practitioner Psychologist - Registration Number PYL29283
British Psychological Society - Chartered Clinical Psychologist - Membership Number 299132