Working with Complexity in PTSD
Ten misconceptions and trauma-focused CBT for PTSD. Murray et al. (2022)
Behavioural experiments in cognitive therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder: Why, when, and how? Murray & El-Leithy (2021)
Cognitive therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder following critical illness and intensive care unit admission. Murray, Grey, Wild, Warnock-Parkes, Kerr, Clark, & Ehlers (2020)
Survivor guilt: A cognitive approach. Murray, Pethania, & Medin (2021)
Treating posttraumatic stress disorder remotely with cognitive therapy for PTSD. Wild, Warnock-Parkes, Murray, Kerr, Thew, Grey, Clark, & Ehlers (2020)
Cognitive therapy for moral injury in post-traumatic stress disorder. Murray & Ehlers (2021)
Returning to the scene of the trauma in PTSD treatment – why, how and when? Murray, Merritt, & Grey (2015)
Research Clinical Psychologist
Dr Hannah Murray is a Research Clinical Psychologist at the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma at the University of Oxford. Her research involves developing, testing, and disseminating Cognitive Therapy for PTSD. She has nearly 15 years experience in treating PTSD and teaches and supervises widely in this area.
Hannah has no current capacity for private clinical work but some limited time for supervision and teaching.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Dr Sharif El-Leithy is the Clinical Lead for the Traumatic Stress Service in South-West London. He was a member of the NICE (2018) PTSD guideline update committee. He has nearly 20 years experience in treating PTSD and teaches and supervises widely on this topic.
Sharif has some limited capacity for private clinical work, supervision, and teaching.
Teaching and supervision
We offer workshops and courses on many aspects of treating PTSD. Recent topics include:
Beyond reliving in PTSD treatment: Advanced skills for overcoming common obstacles in memory work
Behavioural experiments in PTSD - the what, how and when
Integrating and optimising imagery rescripting in PTSD treatment
PTSD following critical illness and ICU admission
Relived, re-remembered, reconstructed: Working with complexity in PTSD memories and non-memories
PTSD following interpersonal trauma
As well as one-off teaching events, we have also provided tailored packages of training and supervision to services to 'top-up' their PTSD skills, particularly regarding complexity.