Dr Chris Harrop - Dr Chris Harrop BA (Hons) Oxon, PhD, ClinPsyD, CPSychol, AFBPsS.
Dr Chris Harrop
Festival House, Jessop Avenue, Cheltenham, GL50 3SH
Telephone: 01242 263 715
Fax: 01242 528 299
Email: team2@hughkochassociates.co.uk

Website: www.hughkochassociates.co.uk

TITLE: Dr Chris Harrop BA (Hons) Oxon, PhD, ClinPsyD, CPSychol, AFBPsS.

Dr Chris Harrop
 
 
Ground Floor South Wing, Festival House, Jessop Avenue, Cheltenham, GL50 3SH
Telephone: 01242 263 715       Fax: 01242 528 299
 
NAME:Dr Chris Harrop   BA (Hons) Oxon, PhD, ClinPsyD, CPSychol, AFBPsS.
 
 
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
 
Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council registered (PYL-14997).
Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society.
Member of British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies.
External Examiner: Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University College London (2005-2008), Birmingham University (2011-12).
Chairman, BPS Division of Clinical Psychology, Early Intervention for Psychosis national network (2009 – current); member National Committee, Psychosis & Complex Mental Health.
 
 
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:
 
West LondonMental Health NHS Trust                                                                           2007 - Present
 
RoyalHolloway University of London                                                                               2005 - 2007
 
Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Trust, University of Birmingham                           2002 - 2005
 
Universityof Birmingham                                                                                                 1998- 2001
 
 
TYPICAL AREAS OF INVOLVEMENT:
 
1)      Personal Injury (Adults and Children); PTSD; Anxiety Disorders; Depression; Road Accident; Effects of Automatism in Traffic Situations; Work Accident; Housing Stress; Chronic Pain; Reliability of Witness
2)      Employment Cases
 
 
PROFESSIONAL BODIES:
 
Registered Clinical Psychologist- Health CARE Professionals Council (HCPC)
Associate Fellow & Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society
Member of the Faculty of  Psychosis & Complex Mental Health (BPS)
 
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
 
Authored book: Harrop, C.E. & Trower, P. (2003). Why does schizophrenia develop at late adolescence? Wiley, Chichester, UK
 
Peer-Reviewed journal articles:Harrop, C.E., Ellett, L., Brand, R. & Lobban, F. (in press) Friends Interventions in Psychosis: a narrative review and call to action. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.
Marriott, C. Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. & Harrop, C. (2014) Factors promoting resilience following childhood sexual abuse. Child Abuse Review, 23(1), 7–34.
Allison, G. Harrop, C. & Ellett, L. (2013) Perception of peer group rank of individuals with early psychosis. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 1-11.
Hames, A., Evangeli, M., Harrop, C., & di Forti, M. (2012). Understanding cannabis use in first-episode psychosis: an application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Early Intervention in Psychiatry. 6(1), 38–44.
Theodore, K., Johnson, S., Chalmers-Brown, A., Doherty, R., Harrop, C., & Ellett, L. (2012). Quality of life and illness beliefs in individuals with early psychosis. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 47, 545-551.
Brand, R. M., Harrop, C., & Ellett, L. (2011). What is it like to be friends with a young person with psychosis? A qualitative study. Psychosis, 3(3), 205-215.
Redmond, C., Larkin, M., Harrop, C. (2010). The personal meaning of romantic relationships for young people with psychosis. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 15:2, 151-170.
Luzon, O., Harrop, C. & Nolan, F. (2009) Cognitive Processes during Acute Psychosis: The Role of Heightened Responsibility and Catastrophic Misinterpretations. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
Fox, A., Harrop, C., Trower, P., & Leung, N. (2009). A consideration of developmental egocentrism in anorexia nervosa. Eating Behaviors 10, 10–15.
Harrop, C.E. (2002). The development of schizophrenia at late adolescence. Current Psychiatry Reports 4, 293-298 (invited expert commentary)
Harrop, C.E. & Trower, P. (2001). Why does schizophrenia develop at late adolescence? Clinical Psychology Review 21 (2) 241-265.
Sherling, G., Trower, P., Harrop, C. & Gilbert, P. (1998). The socially anxious perspective in face-to-face interaction. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1194-1202.
Harrop, C.E., Trower P. & Mitchell, I. (1996). Does the biology go around the symptoms?: A Copernican shift in schizophrenia paradigms. Clinical Psychology Review, 16, 6, 496-512.
 
 

CLINICS:
 
Dr Chris Harrop provides reports for both Claimant and Defendant lawyers and insurers including joint instructions.
 
Clients are typically seen within 4-6 weeks of instruction.
 
For more information please visit www.hughkochassociates.co.uk
 
 

CLINIC LOCATIONS:
Coventry, Kingston, Leicester, Richmond, Slough, Staines, Wimbledon and Woking.

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