Dr Linda Dubrow-Marshall
Lecturer in Applied Psychology (Therapies)
I am a clinical and counseling psychologist (HCPC Registered) and a BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist. I am a lecturer in Applied Psychology (Therapies), and I teach at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Previously, I designed and managed the new Counselling and Wellbeing Service at the University of Salford, and I taught for the MSc in Counselling (Professional Training). I am an integrative psychotherapist, and I incorporate hypnotherapy and EMDR into my practice. I have extensive clinical and counseling experience in a variety of settings, including universities, prisons, addiction agencies, psychiatric hospitals, veteran agencies, and private practice. I obtained my PhD in Counselling Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, and did my PhD dissertation on “Marital relationships of children of Holocaust survivors”. I am currently studying for the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice.
I teach in the MSc Applied Psychology (Therapies) programme, including Introduction to Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy and Physical Health, Addictions, and Psychological Therapies for Common Mental Health Disorders. I also teach undergraduate psychology modules, including The Psychology of Mental Health, Developmental Psychology, Introduction to Research Methods, and Further Research Methods. I supervise both undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.
My current research interests include: Psychology of undue influence and coercive persuasion (e.g. cults and extremist groups), group dynamics and family systems, ethical psychotherapy, psychotherapy outcome, practitioner self-care, CBT and physical health, and single session psychotherapy. I gave a presentation on single session psychotherapy for the psychology seminar series. I am a peer reviewer for the Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Journal, published by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and Routledge, and a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Cultic Studies.
Qualifications and Memberships
Clinical psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council registered.
Counselling psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council registered.
Accredited counsellor/psychotherapist, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Registered with British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
Licensed Psychologist, Pennsylvania, USA.
Listed, National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, USA.
Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders, American Psychological Association.
Certification in Clinical Hypnosis and as Approved Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
Certification in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Institute, Inc.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and subdivisions: Association for University and College Counselling; BACP Healthcare.
American Psychological Association.
American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing International Association.
International Cultic Studies Association.
FECRIS (European Federation of Centres of Research and Information on Sectarianism).
Dubrow-Marshall, L. (2013, in press). Curiosity and willingness to learn: Linda Dubrow-Marshall offers advice for counselors on working with former cult members. Therapy Today.
Dubrow-Marshall, L. (2011, October). Healthcare professionals: commission your own self-care quality! Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal. 11:4, 4-11.
Dubrow-Marshall, L. (2010, May). Developing self-care: small steps beyond ‘ticking boxes’. AUCC Journal, 12-15.
Dubrow-Marshall, L. (2009, Winter). Self-care for independent practitioners: small steps beyond ‘ticking boxes’. The Independent Practitioner, 2-7.
Dubrow-Marshall, L. (2009, November). The use of single session therapy in a university counseling service. AUCC Journal, 28-31.