Dr Syd Hiskey
Clinical Psychology

Publications

Publications

 
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Hiskey, S. & Clapton, N. (in prep) On anger: The martial arts and embodied distress tolerance in psychological therapy. Frontiers in Psychology

Hiskey, S., Andrews, L., Poulson, K. & Troop, N. (in prep) Posttraumatic growth over time. Journal of Psychological Trauma

Robinson, C., Hiskey, S. & Andrews, L. (in prep) Self-compassion in Clinical Psychologists. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology

Mehta, J. U., Hiskey, S. & Hewitt, A. (submitted) Into the unknown: A review of patient experiences of United Kingdom memory services. Aging and Mental Health

Spector, A., Hiskey, S., Charlesworth, G., Schepers, A., Stoner, C., Ledgerd, R. and Opoku, M. (submitted). Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for anxiety in dementia: A qualitative study. The Journal of Affective Disorders

Hiskey, S. (2018) Compassion focused therapy: The why, the what and the how. Therapy Route. https://www.therapyroute.com/article/compassion-focused-therapy-the-why-the-what-and-the-how-by-s-hiskey

Craig, C, Hiskey, S, Roynan, L, Poz, R & Spector, A. (2018) Compassion Focused Therapy for People with Dementia: A Feasibility Study. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.

Doncaster, E, Hiskey, S, Andrews, L & McPherson, S (2018) “I’m still fighting for the two of us”: How partners of UK combat veterans construct their experience of living with combat-related trauma. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, doi.org/10.1111/jmft.12340

Lacey, J., Hiskey, S. & Andrews, L. (2017) Compassion focused expressive writing among carers of people with dementia: Some reflections. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, pp 14-18.

Puckett, J & Hiskey, S (2017) Experiences of running group Compassionate Mind Training in Secondary Mental Health Services (2017) East of England Branch Newsletter June, 3-6.

Tinkl, L & Hiskey, S (2017) Keep NICE and Carry On: Reflections on Evidence Based Practice. Clinical Psychology Forum: Special Issue (CPF Awards 2016), 289, pp 48-52.

Lindsey, S. & Hiskey, S. (2016) The current psychometric status of the Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination-III: A review. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Bulletin, 135, 14-19.

McPherson, S. & Hiskey, S (2016) Is the NHS really suffering a crisis of Compassion? Online blog Feb 11th 2016 at http://www.cost-ofliving.net/is-the-nhs-really-suffering-a-crisis-of-compassion/

Hiskey, S., Javenbakht, F. & Troop, N. (2015) Development of the mini-BCIBS: A brief bi-directional measure of posttraumatic growth. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, Published online December 22, 2015. DOI: 10.1027/1015-5759/a000302

McPherson, S., Hiskey, S. & Alderson, Z. (2015) Compassion comes from within”: A qualitative study about working on dementia wards. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 53, 95-104.

Harris, D. & Hiskey, S. (2015) Homework in therapy: A case of it ain't what you do, it's the way that you do it. The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, 8, e20 (11 pages).

Erskine, J., Kvavilashvili, L., Myers, L., Leggett, S., Davies, S., Hiskey, S., Hogg, J., Yeo, S. Georgiou, G. (2015) A longitudinal investigation of repressive coping and ageing. Aging and Mental Health. DOI:10.1080/13607863.2015.1060941

Hiskey, S., McCulloch, Y & van Scoyoc, S. (2015) Clinical Neuropsychology: The baby and the bathwater. The Expert Witness Institute Newsletter, Spring, 16-17.

Hiskey, S., Ayres, R., Andrews, L. & Troop, N. (2015) Support for the location of negative posttraumatic cognitions in the diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. Personality and Individual Differences, 74, 192-195.

Hiskey, S. (2015) Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and sub-threshold symptoms: Prevalence and help-seeking among community dwelling older adults. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, pp 14-18.

Hiskey, S. (2015) Older veterans, post-traumatic stress disorder and dementia. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, pp 19-22.

Tinkl, L & Hiskey, S (2015) Keep NICE and Carry On: Reflections on Evidence Based Practice. Clinical Psychology Forum, 269, pp 40-44.

Troop, N. A., Andrews, L., Hiskey, S. & Treasure, J. (2014) Social rank and symptom change in eating disorders: A 6-month longitudinal study. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 21, 115-122. doi: 10.1002/cpp.1830.

Hiskey, S. & McPherson, S. (2013) That’s Just Life: Older Adult Constructs of Trauma. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, 124, 17-23.

Troop, N. A., & Hiskey, S. (2013) Social defeat and PTSD symptoms following trauma. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 365-379.

Hiskey, S. & Davies, S. (2013) Research in Clinical Practice: A call to arms. Connections: North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, May-June, 16.

McPherson, S, Clayton, S, Wood, H, Hiskey, S & Andrews, L. (2013) The Role of Childhood Experiences in the Development of Sexual Compulsivity. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 20, 259-278. DOI: 10.1080/10720162.2013.803213

Hiskey, S. (2013) Use of the Society’s membership grades and titles in relation to neuropsychology. Clinical Psychology Forum, 246, 5.

Orchard, A. V., Hiskey, S. & Andrews, L (2013) Conversion from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Dementia: Does High Socio-Economic Status act as a Protective Factor? Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, 122, 48-53.

Hiskey, S. & Edwards, D. (2013) Barriers to older people participating in mental health focused clinical research (part one): A review. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, 122, 54-60.

Hiskey, S. & Edwards, D. (2013) Barriers to older people participating in mental health focused clinical research (part two): Solutions. Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (BPS) Newsletter, 122, 61-66.

Hiskey, S. & McPherson, S. (2013) That’s Just Life: Older Adult Constructs of Trauma. Aging and Mental Health, 17(6), 689-996. doi: 10.1080/13607863.2013.765832. Epub 2013 Feb 15.

Hiskey, S (2012) Psychological responses to trauma in older people. Mental Health Practice, 16, 3, 12-16.

Hiskey, S (2012) Processes underpinning reactivated posttraumatic distress among older adults: A preliminary study. Psychology Special Interest Group for the Elderly (BPS) Newsletter, 119, 55-62.

Hiskey, S (2012) Re-evaluating the role of the therapeutic relationship. Mental Health Practice, 15, 34-35.

Hiskey, S. (2011, July 19) The Puzzled Psychologist. Mature Times. Retrieved August 21, 2012, from http://admin.maturetimes.co.uk/node/13673?text=0

Leggett, S, Davies, S, Hiskey, S & Erskine, J. (2011) The psychological effects of considering a move into residential care: An age-related study. Journal of Housing For the Elderly, 25, 1, 31-49.

Hiskey, S. (2009) Psychological treatments for reactivated posttraumatic distress among older adults. Psychology Special Interest Group for the Elderly (BPS) Newsletter, 107, 36-40.

Hiskey, S (2009) Ecological validity of neuropsychological tests. Clinical Psychology Forum, 14, 17-21

Hiskey, S, Luckie, M, Davies, S & Brewin, C. (2008) The activation of Posttraumatic distress in later life: a review. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, Vol. 21, (4) 232-241

Hiskey, S, Luckie, M, Davies, S & Brewin, C. (2008) The phenomenology of reactivated trauma memories in older adults. Aging and Mental Health, Vol. 12, (4) 494-498

Hiskey, S. (2007) An audit of risk and the Care Programme Approach within a Community Mental Health Team. Clinical Psychology Forum, 176, 26-29

Hiskey, S. (2007) Some implications of different methods of neuroimaging for clinical (neuro)psychological practice. Psychology Special Interest Group for the Elderly (BPS) Newsletter, 100, 11-15

Hiskey, S, Troop, N, & Joseph, S. (2006) The conceptualisation and development of a bi-directional measure of changes in being following adversity. Traumatology, Vol. 12 (1) 25-43

Hiskey, S & Troop, N. (2002) On-line longitudinal survey research: Viability and participation. Social Sciences Computer Review, Vol. 20, 250-259.

Andrews, L, Troop, N, Joseph, S, Hiskey, S & Coyne, I. (2002) Successful versus unsuccessful avoidance: Associations with distress, symptoms, and strategies for mental control. Personality and Individual Differences. Vol. 33, (6), 897-907