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Dimitri Gavriloff

Dimitri Gavriloff

BA (Hons.), PGCE, PGDip (Psych.)


Trainee Clinical Psychologist

I am a trainee clinical psychologist undergoing doctoral training at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training. I am currently on a specialist placement with the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group led by Professor Daniel Freeman and am being supervised by Dr Felicity Waite. 

My doctoral research is in the field of sleep disorders and focuses on insomnia and its relation to severe mental health conditions.

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Gauntlett-Gilbert, J., Gavriloff, D., & Brooks, P. (2016). Benzodiazepies may be worse than opioids: Negative medication effects in severe chronic pain. Clinical Journal of Pain, 32, 285-91

Gavriloff, D., & Lusher, J. (2015). Social anxiety and mindfulness in online gamers. The Computer Games Journal, 4, 123-132

Gauntlett-Gilbert, J., Rogers, V. J., & Gavriloff, D. (2014). Quality of life in adolescents with severe chronic pain. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 99, A:148 

Newman-Beinart, N. A., Norton, S., Dowling, D., Gavriloff, D., Vari, C., Weinman, J. A., & Godfrey, E. L. The development and initial psychometric evaluation of a measure assessing adherence to prescribed exercise: The exercise adherence rating scale (EARS). Physiotherapy, 102 (4), (In Press)

POSTERS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Morris, L., Gavriloff, D., Vitterso, A., & Tarrant, L. (2014). Assessment of pain-related catastrophic cognitions, fusion, and behaviour change in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy Conference, Birmingham, UK.

Gauntlett-Gilbert, J., Gavriloff, D., & Rimes, K. (2014). Embarrassment and self consciousness in severe chronic pain. British Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Manchester, UK.