|Clinical Tutor in Clinical Psychology||
I dot Hobbis at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 3581
|Elizabeth Fry Building 0.14|
Clinical Tutor in Clinical Psychology, Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology
Professional Qualifications and professional memberships
Sept 1998 – ClinPsyD, University of East Anglia
Sept 1995 – PhD, University of Sheffield
Member of the British Psychological Society: Chartered Clinical Psychologist; Chartered Health Psychologist
I completed my undergraduate degree in psychology and my PhD in functional medical disorders at the University of Sheffield, then entered clinical psychology training, gaining my doctorate in 1998. Post-qualification, I worked in Child and Adolescent mental health services before taking up a research clinical psychologist position at the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge. I have been working as a Clinical Tutor on the course since 2004. I also work part time in clinical practice, with adults, specialising in Clinical Health psychology.
Hobbis, I., Sutton, S. R. (2005) “Are Techniques used in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Applicable to Behaviour Change Interventions based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour?” Journal of Health Psychology, 10(1),7-18.
Hobbis, I., Sutton, S. R. (2005) “Response to Invited Commentaries: The Opportunity for Integration Remains.” Journal of Health Psychology, 10(1), 37-43.
Hobbis, I., Turpin, G. T. and Read, N. W. (2003) “Abnormal Illness Behaviour and Locus of Control in Patients with Functional Bowel Disorders.” British Journal of Health Psychology, 8:393-408.
Hobbis, I. Turpin, G. T. and Read, N. W. (2002) “A Re-examination of the Relationship between Abuse Experience and Functional Bowel Disorders.” Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 37:423-430.
Current activities – June 2009
Current teaching activity is focused on trainees on the ClinPsyD course though I also contribute to the MSc in Health Sciences.
Hobbis, ICA, Turpin, G and Read, NW (2010) Abnormal illness behaviour and locus of control in patients with functional bowel disorders. British Journal of Health Psychology, 8 (4). pp. 393-408. ISSN 1359107X
Hobbis, ICA (2005) Are Techniques Used in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Applicable to Behaviour Change Interventions Based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour? Journal of Health Psychology, 10 (1). pp. 7-18. ISSN 1359-1053
Hobbis, ICA (2005) Response to Invited Commentaries: The Opportunity for Integration Remains. Journal of Health Psychology, 10 (1). pp. 37-43. ISSN 1359-1053
Hobbis, ICA, Turpin, G and Read, NW (2002) A Re-examination of the Relationship between Abuse Experience and Functional Bowel Disorders. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 37 (4). pp. 423-430. ISSN 0036-5521
My main administrative role is in organising Personal Support Systems for trainees on the course, and contributing to placement arrangements.
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