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Amy Langman

DClinPsy, BSc (Hons)

Research Clinical Psychologist

  • Research focused on developing more effective and accessible interventions for people experiencing psychosis, including improving physical health

I am a clinical psychologist in the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) team and the Oxford Early Intervention in Psychosis Service.

Under the leadership of Professor Daniel Freeman, our group focuses on elucidating the mechanisms underpinning psychotic experiences and developing effective treatments to enable people to feel safer, happier and to re-engage with the world.

My current research focuses on physical health in people with psychosis, including investigating the impact of weight change and ways to manage this.

Previously research work includes a clinical feasibility trial to help determine effective treatment options for adolescents with first episode psychosis (Managing Adolescent first episode Psychosis feasibility Study, MAPS).

I am an HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist and I completed my doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Oxford.