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Lydia Carr


Research Assistant

I am a Research Assistant in the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis team (O-CAP). I am currently working on two randomised controlled clinical trials: Feeling Safe and THRIVE.

The Feeling Safe Study is a novel translation psychological treatment for persecutory delusions. THRIVE assesses whether virtual reality can help people with persecutory delusions feel safer.

I completed my BSc in Natural Sciences (Biology and Psychology) at Durham University with year abroad in Calgary, Alberta.