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									   Dr Graham P Dyson
(Chartered Clinical Psychologist)

                PO Box 3
                 DL3 7ZY

            tel: 07939 061641

              P R O F E S S I O N A L          E X P E R I E N C E

Private Chartered Clinical Psychologist Aug 2005 – Mar 2007 (pt. 0.2) & Apr 2007 –
Present (1.0)
       CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST.              Hold private clinics in Durham City,
       Middlesbrough and Darlington taking referrals from Consultant Psychiatrists
       working privately. Conduct highly specialist psychological assessments and
       interventions for individuals with private health insurance. These include a
       range of problems: obsessive compulsive disorder, depression and anxiety
       related disorders. Therapeutic interventions are provided for solicitors’ clients
       and these relate to work stress and post traumatic stress disorder. Specific
       independent medico-legal assessments and reports conducted for solicitors and
       other organisations.     Supervision is provided for Clinical Psychologists,
       Psychotherapists and Counsellors. Training and consultancy work is provided to
       individuals and organisations on a wide range of issues.

Honorary Visiting Lectureship                                        May 2005 - Present
University of Teesside, Middlesbrough
       LECTURER. As an external member of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology,
       I contribute directly to the learning, teaching and research activity of the course.
       Deliver lectures on a range of topics on the course including Schizophrenia,
       Psychiatric Rehabilitation, supervision in clinical psychology, adult mental health
       and research design. Internal examiner for DClinPsy theses. Conducted
       marking for a range of modules and in particular case studies and

Durham & Darlington Priority Services NHS Trust (p/t 0.8)                July 2003 – Mar 2007
South Durham
      C L I N I C A L P S YC H O L O G I S T . Re-instated and developed a Clinical Psychology
      Service for Psychiatric Rehabilitation/Recovery within South Durham. As the
      only Clinical Psychologist working in the specialty facilitated psychological
      assessments, formulations and psycho-social interventions. Clinical supervisor
      for ward staff and assistant psychologists, as well as trainee and newly qualified
      clinical psychologists.             Worked closely with       nursing staff, psychiatry,
      professions allied to Medicine and Assertive Outreach Teams. Conducted
      Psychological and Neuro-Psychological assessments. Carried out a range of
      interventions incorporating Interpersonal Therapy, Systemic Therapy,
      Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Worked with
      patients, their families and carers, both individually and in groups.

University of Teesside (p/t 0.2)                                     Sept 2002 to Sept 2004
       S E N I O R L E C TU R E R . As part of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Team at
       Teesside I worked as a Personal Professional Development Tutor provided
       tutorials for trainees throughout their clinical training. Helped facilitate trainee
       self-reflection and development in line with their own needs and the British
       Psychological Society core competency framework. Conducted lectures and
       seminars. Supervised research projects. Developed a buddy system for first
       year trainees. Involved with marking and examination of module assignments
       and DClinPsy theses respectively. Helped facilitate the transition of the course
       from one programme model to another.

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Durham & Darlington Priority Services NHS Trust                       Sept 2001 to July 2003
     C L I N I C A L P S Y C H O L O G I S T . As part of the Psychological Therapies Team
     working in Primary Care provided psychological assessments, formulations and
     short-term evidence based therapies to clients with mild to moderate mental
     health problems. Conducted a range of specialist assessments, including: tests
     of personality and suitability for plastic surgery. Involved in ensuring co-
     ordination of care with CMHTs, as well as statutory and voluntary agencies.
     Also, worked on establishing review and audit processes within the service.

Community Health Sheffield                                            Sept 1998 to Sept 2001
       TRAINEE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST.             Conducted psychological assessment,
       formulation, psychotherapy and evaluation of treatment within a wide range of
       settings and problem areas. Conducted therapeutic work both individually and
       in groups on placements. Specialist placements (one year duration) included:
       a) HIV & sexual health and ii) psychodynamic psychotherapy for the severely
       intellectually disabled in a secure inpatient setting (Rampton Special Hospital).
Scottish Prison Service                                                Aug 1997 to Sept 1998
        RESEARCH OFFICER.        Managed external research projects, as well as in-
        house research. Involved primarily with the design and implementation of the
        National Prison Survey. Managed design, data collection, data entry and
        analysis, as well as the production of the final report. Liased with Strategy &
        Planning to ensure audit and service evaluation projects had sufficient impact
        on the Service as a whole.

University of Stirling                                                    Aug 1996 to July 1997
         R E S E A R C H A S S I S T A N T . Involved with design, implementation and write-up of
         a project “Nature, Extent, and Correlates of Assaultive Behaviour in Scottish
         Prisons” funded by the Criminology and Law Research Group. Developed and
         facilitated one-on-one interviews with 52 victims & perpetrators of assault.
         Conducted data analyses, as well as the write-up and dissemination of results.

University of Stirling                                                   Oct 1994 to July 1996
        R E S E A R C H A S S I S T A N T . Involved with design, implementation and write-up of
        the project “Nature, Extent, and Correlates of Bullying Behaviour in Scottish
        Young Offender Institutions (YOIs)” funded by the Criminology and Law
        Research Group. Developed and facilitated semi-structured interviews,
        including psychological assessment measures, with 105 inmates. Lead 12
        focus groups with inmates from all YOIs in Scotland. Devised and conducted
        questionnaires which were administered to all inmates and some staff in
        Scottish YOIs. Conducted data analyses, as well as the write-up and
        dissemination of results.

                                I I I I IP A G E I I I O F V I I
          E D U C A T I O N       &    Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S

British Psychological Society (BPS)                                 2001-Present
       Chartered Status of the BPS (C.Psychol).
       & Practice Certification.

British Psychological Society (BPS)                                          2006
       Associate Fellow of the BPS (AFBPSs).

University of Sheffield                                                1998-2001
       Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psy.).

      Thesis Title: Immediate versus Delayed Reconstructive Mammoplasty: A
      Focus on Psychological Well-Being, Body Image and Quality of Life.

University of Stirling                                                  1994-1998
         Psychology Ph.D (Full and Part-time). Title: Nature, Extent, & Correlates
         of Victimisation in Scottish Prisons.

University of Stirling                                           1990 to 1994
         Psychology (B.Sc. Single Honours/2:1).     Courses followed include:
         Research    Methods, Clinical Psychology,       Physiology,   Clinical
         Neuropsychology, and Cognitive Psychology.
       Final Project: Comparison Between Student and Non-Student Health
       Behaviour and Knowledge.

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    P R O F E S S I O N A L        D E V E L O P M E N T

   Have clinical, organisational and peer supervision monthly by Clinical

   Completed Problem Based Learning Workshop, University of
    Teesside (May 2005).

   Completed 2 day clinical supervisors workshop run by the DClinPsy
    courses - Newcastle/Teesside (Darlington, 2002/3).

   Completed CDDPS NHS Trust Breakaway Training (Durham, 2004).

   Completed 5 Day Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) Introductory Course
    (Leicester, 2002) and was supervised for two clinical cases by
    accredited IPT supervisor.

   Completed Levels I and II of Eye Movement Desensitization &
    Reprocessing (EMDR) training (2006 and 2007).

   Completed 3 day workshop (2004) on the DICES Management of
    Suicide and Violence Risk. Durham University.

   Completed in-house training in the Knowledge and Skills Framework
    (KSF) for the County Durham & Darlington Priority Services NHS
    Trust (June, 2005 and March 2006).

   Completed in-house training facilitated by the Psychology Service:
    Medical-Legal Assessments 2006, Case Supervision 2007.

   Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP).

   Registered as an Expert Witness with the British Psychological

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P U B L I C A T I O N S         &     P R E S E N T A T I O N S

  i) Power, K.G., Dyson, G.P., and Wozniak, E. (1997) Bullying In
  Scottish Young Offender Institutions: Inmates Self-Reported Attitudes
  And Behaviour. Journal of Community and Applied Social
  Psychology, Vol 7, 209-218.

  ii) Dyson, G.P., Power, K.G., and Wozniak, E. (1997) Problems
  Using Official Records From Young Offender Institutions As Indices Of
  Bullying. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative
  Criminology, 41 (2), 121-138.

   iii) Power, K.G., Dyson, G.P., and Wozniak, E. (1998) Comparison
   Between The Attitudes And Behaviour Of Staff And Inmates
   Regarding Bullying In Scottish Young Offender Institutions, Prison
   Service Journal, March, No. 116, 22-25.

   iv) Wozniak, E.; Dyson, G.P. & Carnie, J. (1998). The Third Prison
   Survey. Occasional Paper No. 3. Scottish Prison Service.

   v) Dyson, G.P. & Power, K.G. (1998). The Nature & Extent Of
   Bullying In Scottish Penal Establishments. Scottish Prison Service
   Senior Management Conference. Perth. Scotland.

   vi) Power, K., Dyson, G. & Biggam, F. (1999). Bullying/Victimisation
   In Scottish Young Offender Institutions, Scottish Prison Service
   Occasional Paper No 1/99.

   vii) Dyson, G. & Beail, N. (2001). Single Case Experimental Design:
   Evaluation of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy With A Woman With
   Severe Intellectual Disabilities. Third European Congress on Mental
   Health in Mental Retardation. Berlin. Germany.

   viii) Dyson, G. (2002). Using Different Methodologies To Examine
   Bullying In Penal Establishments. Towards a Safer Society. Glasgow.

   ix) Dyson, G. (2002). Immediate Versus Delayed Breast
   Reconstruction: A Focus On Body Image And Psychological Status.
   Sheffield Breast Cancer Support Network. Sheffield. England.

   x) Dyson, G. & Galloway, A. (2003). Inter-Professional Education in
   the NHS and University Settings. Workshop at the Group Of Trainers
   In Clinical Psychology. Brighton. England.

   xi) Dyson, G. (2005). Examining Bullying Among Institutionalized
   Young Offenders: Triangulation of Questionnaires and Focus Groups.
   In Ireland, J. (Ed.) Bullying Among Prisoners: Innovations in Theory
   and Research. Devon: Willan Publishing.

   xii) Dyson, G., Simpson J., Martin J. & Chowanec G. (In Press).
   Using measures of adaptive functioning, psychiatric morbidity and
   social networks with a Rehabilitation/ Recovery population.

                     V I VP A G E V I O F V I I
         P E R S O N A L      D E V E L O P M E N T

 Member of the Sedgefield Squash Club and team player for the last five
 years. Enthusiastic gardener. Outdoor pursuits: Canadian canoeing,
 camping, cross country running, mountain biking and fell walking. Been
 undergoing personal psychodynamic therapy for last 3 years on a weekly

R E F E R E E S     : C L I N I C A L       P S Y C H O L O G Y

 Mr. A. Cuthbertson (Course Director - DClinPsy)
 Clinical Psycholog y Dept, Universit y of Teesside           (01642 )

 Dr. M. Jellema (Consultant Clinical Psychologist)
 Tees, Esk & W ear Mental Health Trust ,
 Psychology Dept., Tower Block, Shotley Bridge Hospital,
 Consett, DH8 0NB (01207) 594633

         R E F E R E E S :      P S Y C H I A T R Y

 Professor S.D. Martin (Consultant Psychiatrist)
 P.O. Box 405, Durham Cit y, Co. Durham , DH1 4ZS (0191)

 Dr. L. Burton (Consultant Psychiatrist & Clinical Director )
 W est Park Hospital, Edward Pease W ay, Darlington (01325)

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