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Alessia Goglio

Alessia Goglio

Alessia Goglio

Assistant Psychologist

I am the Assistant Psychologist for the RAPID trial and part of Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group.

The Remote Approaches to Psychosocial Intervention Delivery (RAPID) trial is a 4-arm, 2-stage randomised controlled trial that compares three remote psychosocial approaches and treatment as usual in preventing psychiatric hospital admissions for people with serious mental health problems.

In my role I am responsible of delivering the SAFETEL intervention, which involves supporting participants in the development and use of a safety plan.

I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Sussex, followed by a Masters in Psychological Research at the University of Oxford.