Dr. Kate Cavanagh
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How do mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction improve mental health and wellbeing? A systematic review and meta-analysis of mediation studies
J Gu, C Strauss, R Bond, K Cavanagh
Clinical psychology review 37, 1-12, 2015
What is compassion and how can we measure it? A review of definitions and measures
C Strauss, BL Taylor, J Gu, W Kuyken, R Baer, F Jones, K Cavanagh
Clinical psychology review 47, 15-27, 2016
Mindfulness-based interventions for people diagnosed with a current episode of an anxiety or depressive disorder: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
C Strauss, K Cavanagh, A Oliver, D Pettman
PLOS one 9 (4), e96110, 2014
Computer‐aided psychotherapy for anxiety disorders: A meta‐analytic review
P Cuijpers, IM Marks, A van Straten, K Cavanagh, L Gega, G Andersson
Cognitive behaviour therapy 38 (2), 66-82, 2009
A randomised controlled trial of a brief online mindfulness-based intervention
K Cavanagh, C Strauss, F Cicconi, N Griffiths, A Wyper, F Jones
Behaviour research and therapy 51 (9), 573-578, 2013
Disgust propensity and disgust sensitivity: Separate constructs that are differentially related to specific fears
WJM Van Overveld, PJ De Jong, ML Peters, K Cavanagh, GCL Davey
Personality and individual differences 41 (7), 1241-1252, 2006
Examining the factor structure of the 39-item and 15-item versions of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire before and after mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for people …
J Gu, C Strauss, C Crane, T Barnhofer, A Karl, K Cavanagh, W Kuyken
Psychological assessment 28 (7), 791, 2016
Can mindfulness and acceptance be learnt by self-help?: A systematic review and meta-analysis of mindfulness and acceptance-based self-help interventions
K Cavanagh, C Strauss, L Forder, F Jones
Clinical psychology review 34 (2), 118-129, 2014
Cost-effectiveness of computerised cognitive-behavioural therapy for anxiety and depression in primary care: randomised controlled trial
P McCrone, M Knapp, J Proudfoot, C Ryden, K Cavanagh, DA Shapiro, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 185 (1), 55-62, 2004
Improving employee well-being and effectiveness: systematic review and meta-analysis of web-based psychological interventions delivered in the workplace
S Carolan, PR Harris, K Cavanagh
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (7), e271, 2017
Hands-on help: Computer-aided psychotherapy
IM Marks, K Cavanagh, L Gega
Psychology Press, 2007
The effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions in the perinatal period: a systematic review and meta-analysis
B Lever Taylor, K Cavanagh, C Strauss
PloS one 11 (5), e0155720, 2016
Computer treatment for common mental health problems
K Cavanagh, DA Shapiro
Journal of clinical psychology 60 (3), 239-251, 2004
Computer-aided psychological treatments: evolving issues
I Marks, K Cavanagh
Annual review of clinical psychology 5 (1), 121-141, 2009
Development and psychometric properties of the Sussex-Oxford compassion scales (SOCS)
J Gu, R Baer, K Cavanagh, W Kuyken, C Strauss
Assessment 27 (1), 3-20, 2020
The effectiveness of computerized cognitive behavioural therapy in routine care
K Cavanagh, DA Shapiro, S Van Den Berg, S Swain, M Barkham, ...
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 45 (4), 499-514, 2006
Computer-aided psychotherapy: revolution or bubble?
IM Marks, K Cavanagh, L Gega
The British Journal of Psychiatry 191 (6), 471-473, 2007
A systematic review and meta-analysis of low intensity CBT for psychosis
CM Hazell, M Hayward, K Cavanagh, C Strauss
Clinical psychology review 45, 183-192, 2016
An empirical examination of the factor structure of compassion
J Gu, K Cavanagh, R Baer, C Strauss
PloS one 12 (2), e0172471, 2017
Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for common mental health disorders, what works, for whom under what circumstances? A systematic review and meta-analysis
R Grist, K Cavanagh
Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 43, 243-251, 2013
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