Dr Jacqui Stedmon
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Dr Jacqui Stedmon

Honorary University Fellow

School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)

Dr Jacqui Stedmon can be contacted through arrangement with our Press Office, to speak to the media on these areas of expertise.
  • Childhood bereavement
  • Paediatric psychology
Biography

Biography

Currently I remain clinically active working for the Charity, Jeremiah's Journey and my academic role continues as an Honorary University Fellow with the University of Plymouth. Recent publications include:

Gaussen,K., Stedmon,J. and Smart,C. (2021) 'Many pieces, one family' : An elaboration of one family's bereavement experiences. Human Systems: Therapy, Culture and Attachments. 0(0), 1-17. and
Stedmon,J. (in press) Bereavement Attachment Narrative Therapy : BANT. In Applications of Attachment Narrative Therapy, R.Dallos (Eds.) Palgrave MacMillan.  

Former Programme Director, Doctorate Programme in Clinical Psychology, University of Plymouth (2013-2021)
Former Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust (1998-2013).
 
I have previously held roles as Mental Health Advisor to the Paediatric Mental Health Association (sub- group of) and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and as Chair of the Paediatric Psychology Network ( a national sub-group of the British Psychological Association, Division of Clinical Psychology. This latter organisation awarded me the Judith Houghton Award in 2017 for a lifetime career achievement in contributing to paediatric psychology.  
I was an Advisor to the Healthy School Project (Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health) and contributed to the design and editing of an e-learning portfolio of programmes linked to the MindEd platform. 
 Since retirement in July 2021 I am now an Honorary University Fellow at the University of Plymouth. In this capacity I remain active in delivering teaching and research supervision as well as advancing scholarship here at Plymouth and maintain external examining roles alongside national teaching commitments.. 
I continue to work in a voluntary capacity as the Clinical Lead Trustee for Jeremiah's Journey, a bereavement support service for children, young people and their families in the Plymouth area. I co-founded Jeremiah's Journey over 25 years ago. Recently I have established a pioneering family therapy clinic for the charity with a view to developing and researching a new model; the Bereavement Attachment Narrative Therapy model. for working with children, young people and their families. 
I continue to be on the editorial board of 2 journals: Bereavement : Journal of grief and responses to death. and Human Systems;Therapy, Culture and Attachments. Both journals are online publications and aim to promote a quick turnaround of papers successfully completing peer reviews. 
I am currently working on a commissioned book on Continuing Bonds in Children's Grief for Palgrave MacMillan.

Qualifications

BSc Hons Psychology, University of Bristol 1978
PhD University of Bristol (More than All: Children's Problems with Plural Reference) 1983
British Psychological Society Diploma in Clinical Psychology 1989
Advanced Diploma in Marital and Family Therapy, University of Exeter 1993 (this qualifies me to work as a family therapist). 

I have maintained Continuing Professional Development throughout my career through attendance at conferences and workshops as well as completing short courses such as the assessment of attachment in children using both Story Stem Assessments and the Child Attachment Interview. 

Professional membership


I am registered with the Health Care Professions Council as a Practitioner Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist.
Member of the British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology.
Member of the Association of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
Member of the Paediatric Mental Health Association (Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.)

Roles on external bodies

I have served for 8 years as one of two Mental Health Advisors to the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
 specialist sub-group, Paediatric Mental health Association- U.K.) 

Through my clinical interests in paediatric psychology I am current Chair for the British Psychological Society, Paediatric Psychology Network, a national group representing clinical psychologists with expertise in paediatric psychology.


I am Clinical Lead Trustee for Jeremiah's Journey, a bereavement support charity for children, young people and their families.

 I am a member of the Steering Committee (acting Treasurer) for the Bereavement Research Forum (a national organisation).

At a local level I was a founder member of Jeremiah's Journey, a charitable Bereavement Support Service for children, young people and their families in the Plymouth area. Currently I act as a Trustee for this charity. I am also a Director for The Bereavement Counselling Service (South West) for Adults, which is also a local charity.

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Child psychology, with a special interest in all aspects of paediatrics, bereavement, loss, attachment and trauma in children, young people and their families.

Core competencies in clinical psychology, with a special interest in formulation and assessment skills and reflective practice.

Family Therapy, including regular input to the Foundation and Intermediate Level Training Courses in Plymouth ( accredited by the Association of Family Therapy) and national courses run by the Institute of Family Therapy. 


The Pedagogy of Learning: Problem Based Learning, Distance Learning and Blended Learning.

Reflexivity in Qualitative Research

I also have an interest in educational pedagogy and the use of innovative and creative methods of facilitating learning, including the implementation of Problem Based Learning within the Community of Clinical Psychology Training and Distance learning (see also publications).

Staff serving as external examiners

I have examined over 50 Doctoral Dissertations as External Examiner for a number of Doctoral Programmes in Clinical Psychology including University of Hertfordshir, University of Surrey, University of Birmingham, University of Cardiff, Oxford University and the University of Leicester. I also served a 4 year term as External Examiner for a Certificate in Children's Bereavement and Loss at the irish Hospice Foundation, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. 

Research

Research

Research interests

I began my career with an academic interest in child language acquisition and cognitive development, hence the title of my PhD: 'Children's Problems with Plural Reference'. Ilater trained as a clinical psychologist and my research interests shifted to a mental health focus. 

I am particularly interested in children coping with a variety of physical illnesses and have supervised research around diabetes, cystic fibrosis and chronic fatigue syndrome. Most recently my current research is concerned with bereavement in children and young people in terms of the mediating, moderating and protective factors that influence the psychological effects of major loss. I am particularly informed by attachment theory and narrative theory and I am attempting to integrate these with current theories of grief and loss. I am particularly interested in how adolescents use narratives to transform their experiences of bereavement into coherent stories that help to shape their sense of identity as well as maintaining a psychologically well adjusted sense of connection to the deceased person.

Other research

I was Co-director of a HEFCE funded project for three years (completed in 2006) to develop and evaluate the use of Problem Based Learning across the Doctoral Training Programmes in Clinical Psychology at the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter. This work was disseminated nationally for the potential use by all Clinical Psychology Training programmes and led to a number of publications as listed. 

I was able to draw on an internal Community Research Award and supervisory collaboration with trainees to develop a programme of research exploring aspects of narrative story telling and attachment style in our understanding of children's experiences of grief and bereavement. Much of this work is due to be published in a book I am currently commissioned to write for Palgrave MacMillan (scheduled for 2022).
Most recently I was a co-applicant for a successful feasibility study developing a family therapy approach (Systemic Attachment Family Enhancement: SAFE) for working with families where a young person has a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. 
Currently I plan to research a new model of family therapy (Bereavement Attachment Narrative Therapy) for working with families where children and young people have experienced a bereavement.

Research degrees awarded to supervised students

I have supervised more than 40 research dissertations for trainees completing their Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Training at the University of Plymouth. I have successfully co-supervised 2 PhD students and acted as Director of Studies for another recent completion.

Publications

Publications

Journals

McKenzie, R., Dallos, R., Hancocks, H., Vickery, P., Barton, A., Vassallo, T., Myhill, C., Chynoweth, J. and Ewings, P. (2020). SAFE, a new therapeutic intervention for families of children with autism: a randomised controlled feasibility study. British Medical Journal (Open). 

 

*Kaur, R. and Stedmon, J. (2020). A phenomenological enquiry into the impact of bereavement by suicide over the life course. Mortality (Open).

 

Valoroso, J. and Stedmon, J. (2020). Understanding the Experiences of Homelessness Hostel Staff who have found the Body of a Deceased Hostel Resident: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. European Journal of Homelessness. 14, (2), 149-173.

 

*McKenzie R, Dallos R, Stedmon J, Hancocks H, Vickery PJ, Ewings P, Barton A, Vassallo T, Myhill C (2019). SAFE, a new therapeutic intervention for families of children with autism: study protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial British Medical Journal (Open).

 

Tozer, L., Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2019). ‘It is that bad but it isn’t that bad’: Exploring children’s experiences of their mother’s non-terminal cancer with a focus on attachment, resilience and trauma. Clinical Child psychology and Psychiatry.24, (1), 53-68.

 

Zaniewski B, Dallos R, Stedmon J, Welbourne P. (2019). An exploration of attachment and trauma in young men who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviours. Journal of Sexual Aggression (Open), 405-421.

 

Gooding, H., Stedmon, J. and Crix, D. (2020). ‘All these things don’t take the pain away but they do help you to accept it’: Appraising the feasibility of measuring change in a compassion focused therapy group for persistent pain. British Journal of Pain, 1-11.

 

Peeler, S., Stedmon, J., Chung, M. and Skirton, H. (2018). Women’s experiences of living with postnatal PTSD. Midwifery, (56), 70-78.

 

Clarkson, H., Dallos, R., Stedmon, J. and Hennessy, C. (2017). Exploring the relationship: joint narratives of foster carers and young people. Adoption and Fostering, 41, 35-

 

 Bailey-Pearce, O., Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2017). Fathers’ experience of their child’s life limiting condition: An attachment narrative perspective. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1-17.

DOI:10.1177/13591045177301 15

 

 

Dibley, A., Rydin-Orwin, T., Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2016). The feasibility of using ‘’Premiestart’’, A Mother- Premature infant interaction program, on a neonatal unit in England. Infant Mental health Journal, 37 (4), 440-451.

DOI : 10.1002/imhj.21572

 

Glover, K., Stedmon, J., Fairlove, A., Brown, A. and Mitchell, A. (2016). Women’s narratives of attending Playback Theatre for refugees and asylum seekers : towards new ways of seeing, feeling and being with others. ‘’and I felt as if I’m home you understand, with my people’’ International Playback Theatre Network; featured article.

 

Bishop, S., Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2015). Mother’s narratives about having a child with cancer: A view through the attachment lens. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 20 (4), 611-625.

DOI: 10.1177/13599104514542302

 

*Mercer, A., O’Curry, S., Donnan, J., Stedmon, J., Reed, J. and Griggs, H. (2015). Delivering psychological services for children and young people with physical health needs and their families. The Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review (British Psychological Society), (3), 70-83.

 

Chung, M., Stedmon, J. and Mehrshahi, R. (2014). Posttraumatic stress reactions following burglary: The role of coping and personality. Traumatology, 20 (2) 65

 

McCullough, E., Stedmon, J and Dallos, R. (2014). Narrative responses as an aid to understanding the presentation of maltreated children who meet criteria for Autistic Spectrum Disorder and reactive Attachment Disorder: A Case Series Study. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 19, (3), 392-411.

DOI : 10.1177/1359104513503353

 

 

Martean, M., Dallos, R., Stedmon, J. and Moss, D. (2014). Jo’s Story: the journey of one woman’s experience of having cancer and a ‘learning disability’. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 42, (4), 282-291.

 

Peeler, S., Chung, M. Stedmon, J. and Skirton, H. (2013). A review assessing the current treatment strategies for postnatal psychological morbidity with a focus on post-traumatic stress disorder. Midwifery, 29 (4),377-388

 

Crix, D., Stedmon, J., Smart, C. and Dallos, R. ( 2012). Knowing ‘ME’ knowing you: The discursive negotiation of contested illness within a family. Human Systems: The Journal of Consultation and Training, 23,1: 27-49.

 

Dallos, R., Denman, K., Stedmon, J. and Smart, C. (2012). The construction of ADHD: Family Dynamics, Conversations and Attachment Patterns. Human Systems: The Journal of Consultation and Training, 23,1: 5-26.

 

Jelbert, R., Stedmon, J. and Stephens, A. (2010). A qualitative exploration of adolescents’ experiences of chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 15, (2), 267-283.

 

Clark, A., Stedmon, J., and Margison, S. (2008). An exploration of the experience of mothers

whose children sustain traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their families. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 13, 4, 565-583.

 

T Curle, C., Wood , J., Haslam, C. and Stedmon, J. (2006). Assessing learning in a PBL curriculum for healthcare training. In Bryan, C. and Clegg, K., (Eds), Innovative Assessments in Higher Education. Routledge: Oxon

 

 T Stedmon, J., Wood, J., Curle, C. and Haslam, C. (2005) Development of PBL in the training of clinical psychologists. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 5 (1), 52-60.

 

Freeman, N., Sinha, C. and Stedmon, J.(1981) The Allative bias in three-year-olds is almost proof against task naturalness. Journal of Child Language,8, 283-296.

 

O’Mahoney, M., Goldenberg, M., Stedmon, J. and Alford, J. (1979) Confusion in the use of the taste adjectives ‘sour’ and ‘bitter’. Chemical Senses and Flavour,4, 301-318.

 


Books

 Books – Authored

*Stedmon, J, (in prep.) Working with Bereavement in Children and Families. Palgrave MacMillan. Series: Palgrave texts in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Dallos, R. and Vetere, A. Eds.) .

Books – Edited

*Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2009) (Eds.) Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling. Maidenhead McGraw Hill.


Chapters

 

Edited Works: Contributions

*Davie, M. and Stedmon, J. (2017). Child and Adolescent Mental Health . in ‘The Science of Paediatrics- MRCPCH Part1 Mastercourse. Edinburgh: Elsevier 

 

Stedmon, J., Dallos, R. (2009). Biological and developmental foundations of reflection. In Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Stedmon, J., & Dallos, R (Eds). Maidenhead: McCraw-Hill.

 

Stedmon, J., & Dallos, R. (2009). Reflections on reflections. In Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Stedmon, J., & Dallos, R (Eds). Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill.

 

Dallos, R., & Stedmon, J. (2009). Flying over the swampy lowlands: reflective and reflexive practice. In Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Stedmon, J., & Dallos, R (Eds). Maidenhead: McCraw-Hill.

 

Dallos, R. & Stedmon, J. (2009). Reflective frameworks. In Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Stedmon, J., & Dallos, R (Eds). Maidenhead: McCraw-Hill.

 

Dallos, R. and Stedmon, J. (2014). Integrative Formulation: Integrating Systemic and Individual Models: Attachment Narrative Therapy. In Johnstone, L. and Dallos, R. (Eds.), Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy, Routledge: Hove. (2nd Edition).

 

*Dallos, R. and Stedmon, J. (2014). Systemic formulation: mapping the family dance. In Johnstone, L. and Dallos, R. (Eds.), Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy, Routledge: Hove. (2nd Edition).

 

Dallos, R., Wright, J., Stedmon, J. and Johnstone, L. (2014). Integrative formulation.: a Dynamic Contextual Approach. In Johnstone, L. and Dallos, R. (Eds.), Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy, Routledge: Hove. (2nd Edition).

 

Freeman, N. and Stedmon, J. (1987). How children deal with natural language quantification. In Danks, J,H., Kwez, K. and Shugar, G. (Eds.) Knowledge and Language. Amsterdam, North Holland.

 

Stedmon, J. (1986). More than All: Children’s Problems with Plural Judgements. In Myers, T., Brown, K. and McGonigle, B. (Eds.) Reasoning and Discourse Processes. Academic Press, Cognitive Science Series.

 

Stedmon, J. and Freeman, N. (1985). When Reference Fails- An analysis of the use and misuse of quantified referring expressions to make identifying reference. In Allwood, J. (Ed.) Foregrounding Background. Stockholm: Doxa.

 

*Freeman, N., Sinha, C. and Stedmon, J. (1982). All the cars- Which cars? From word use to discourse analysis. In Beveridge, M. (Ed.) Children Thinking Through Language. London: Edward Arnold.

 

 

Conference Papers

Conference Contributions – Refereed
Dallos, R. and Stedmon, J. (2017). An attachment based systemic evaluation for families where a child has a diagnosis of autism; the SAFE Project. Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, Bath.
*Stedmon, J. (2017). Judith Houghton Award Winner’s Speech. Paediatric Psychology Network Annual Conference, Oxford.
*Stedmon, J. (2016). Children’s journeys through grief. Paediatric Mental health Association Annual Winter Meeting, Northampton.
*Utens, L. and Stedmon, J. (2014). Opening Address. Second International Paediatric Conference in Europe. Amsterdam.
Stedmon, J. (2013)..Attachment and Meaning Making in Young People’s Stories of Parental Bereavement. British Paediatric Mental Health Group: Annual Conference, Northampton.
*Stedmon, J. ( 2013). Symposium: Applications of Attachment Theory in a Paediatric Context; convened and presented Symposium at the British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference (Bristol) on behalf of the Paediatric Psychology Network:
Irwin, R. and Stedmon. J. (2013). Parents’ experiences of having a very preterm baby: A narrative exploration of their transitions from birth to home. ‘The whole time obviously you’re completely convinced that something’s going to happen and they’re going to die’. British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference, Bristol.
Bishop, S., Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2013). Mothers’ narratives about having a child with cancer: A view through the attachment lens. British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference, Bristol.
Stedmon, J. (2013). Assessing attachment in the paediatric clinic: Listening in to narrative discourse. British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference, Bristol.
Stedmon, J. (2012). Assessing Attachment Style in a Busy Outpatient Clinic- What to notice! British Paediatric Mental Health Group: Annual Conference, Northampton.
Stedmon, J .and Dallos, R. (2011.) Reflexive Practice in Qualitative Research Supervision. Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology, Annual Conference.
Stedmon, J. (2010) ‘Attachment Representations in Children’s Stories of Grief’ invited speaker at Childhood Bereavement Network Conference, Birmingham.
Stedmon, J. and Woodgate, M. (2010) Illness Narratives in Paediatrics: Children and Family Stories. Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Paediatric Mental Health Group, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
*Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2009.) Reflective and Reflexive Practice, Yawns, Ahas and other reflective moments in research. Workshop given for the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Leicester.
Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2009). Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Annual meeting of the Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society, Guildford..
Stedmon, J. and Murray Parkes, C. (2009). Attachment and Bereavement in Child and Adulthood, Symposium for the Bereavement Research Forum, Birmingham.
* Stedmon, J. (2008) Young people’s stories of loss; reparative narratives and continuing bonds. .8th International Conference of Grief and Bereavement. Melbourne, Australia.
Stedmon, J. (2006). Communicating with Children about Death and Dying: Training the Trainers. All Day Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Paediatric Mental Health Group, Royal College of *Paediatrics and Child Health. Materials produced for website.
Stedmon, J. (2006). A narrative approach to children’s grief. Death, Dying and Dispersal, International Conference, Bath.
T Stedmon, J., Wood, J., Curle,C. and Haslam, K. (2004) Developing Problem based learning for Clinical Psychology. HEFCE Conference: Psychology Learning and Teaching: Glasgow.

(I also gave conference papers in my early career on the theme of child language acquisition).

Conference Contributions – Other
*Stedmon, J. ( 2016, 2017 and 2018). Perplexing Presentations – Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS). Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Invited masterclasses.

*Stedmon, J and Dallos, R. (2013). Researching Formulation’ and ‘Researching Reflective Practice’ series of 3 one day workshops for Leicester University delivered as a CPD package for local clinical psychologists.

Dallos, R., Stedmon, ,J. and Wright, J, (2010, 2011 and 2012)). A 3 day Workshop contributing to the Continuing Professional Development Programme for the Doctorate Programme in Clinical Psychology ; The Adult Attachment Interview, University of Plymouth.
Dallos, R. and Stedmon, J. (2012). Integrative Formulation: A Contextual Dynamic Approach. Invited workshop, York University, CPD event for clinical psychologists.
Stedmon, J. (2012) Attachment and meaning making in young people’s stories of parental bereavement. Plymouth University, Institute of Health and Community Seminar Series.
Stedmon, J.(2012) Attachment and Reflective Meaning Making in Children’s Grief Narratives. Invited one day workshop for CRUSE Bereavement Service, Birmingham.
Stedmon, J and Dallos, R. (2011 and 2012). Assessing Attachment in Children and Young People. 2. day Workshop contributing to the Continuing Professional Development Programme for the Doctorate Programme in Clinical Psychology.

*Stedmon, J. (2011) Pathways to Problems: Staying within the borders of normality.
Pszichodiac Foundation, Budapest. (An invited workshop for the student community in Budapest, Hungary).

Personal

Personal

Reports & invited lectures

Conference Contributions – Refereed   

Dallos, R. and Stedmon, J. (2017). An attachment based systemic evaluation for families where a child has a diagnosis of autism; the SAFE Project. Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, Bath.

*Stedmon, J. (2017). Judith Houghton Award Winner’s Speech. Paediatric Psychology Network Annual Conference, Oxford.

*Stedmon, J. (2016). Children’s journeys through grief. Paediatric Mental health Association Annual Winter Meeting, Northampton.

*Utens, L. and Stedmon, J. (2014). Opening Address. Second International Paediatric Conference in Europe. Amsterdam.

Stedmon, J. (2013)..Attachment and Meaning Making in Young People’s Stories of Parental Bereavement. British Paediatric Mental Health Group: Annual Conference, Northampton. 

*Stedmon, J. ( 2013). Symposium: Applications of Attachment Theory in a Paediatric Context; convened and presented Symposium at the British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference (Bristol) on behalf of the Paediatric Psychology Network:

Irwin, R. and Stedmon. J. (2013). Parents’ experiences of having a very preterm baby: A narrative exploration of their transitions from birth to home. ‘The whole time obviously you’re completely convinced that something’s going to happen and they’re going to die’. British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference, Bristol.

Bishop, S., Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2013). Mothers’ narratives about having a child with cancer: A view through the attachment lens. British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference, Bristol.

 Stedmon, J. (2013). Assessing attachment in the paediatric clinic: Listening in to narrative discourse. British Psychological Society, Faculty of Children and Young People Conference, Bristol.

Stedmon, J. (2012). Assessing Attachment Style in a Busy Outpatient Clinic- What to notice! British Paediatric Mental Health Group: Annual Conference, Northampton.

Stedmon, J .and Dallos, R. (2011.) Reflexive Practice in Qualitative Research Supervision. Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology, Annual Conference.

Stedmon, J. (2010) ‘Attachment Representations in Children’s Stories of Grief’ invited speaker at Childhood Bereavement Network Conference, Birmingham.

Stedmon, J. and Woodgate, M. (2010) Illness Narratives in Paediatrics: Children and Family Stories. Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Paediatric Mental Health Group, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

*Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2009.) Reflective and Reflexive Practice, Yawns, Ahas and other reflective moments in research. Workshop given for the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Leicester.

Stedmon, J. and Dallos, R. (2009). Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Annual meeting of the Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society, Guildford..

Stedmon, J. and Murray Parkes, C. (2009). Attachment and Bereavement in Child and Adulthood, Symposium for the Bereavement Research Forum, Birmingham.

* Stedmon, J. (2008) Young people’s stories of loss; reparative narratives and continuing bonds. .8th International Conference of Grief and Bereavement. Melbourne, Australia.

Stedmon, J. (2006). Communicating with Children about Death and Dying: Training the Trainers. All Day Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Paediatric Mental Health Group, Royal College of *Paediatrics and Child Health. Materials produced for website.

Stedmon, J. (2006). A narrative approach to children’s grief. Death, Dying and Dispersal, International Conference, Bath.

T Stedmon, J., Wood, J., Curle,C. and Haslam, K. (2004) Developing Problem based learning for Clinical Psychology. HEFCE Conference: Psychology Learning and Teaching: Glasgow.

 

(I also gave conference papers in my early career on the theme of child langu

Conference Contributions – Other

*Stedmon, J. ( 2016, 2017 and 2018). Perplexing Presentations – Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS). Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Invited masterclasses.

 

*Stedmon, J and Dallos, R. (2013). Researching Formulation’ and ‘Researching Reflective Practice’ series of 3 one day workshops for Leicester University delivered as a CPD package for local clinical psychologists.

 

Dallos, R., Stedmon, ,J. and Wright, J, (2010, 2011 and 2012)). A 3 day Workshop contributing to the Continuing Professional Development Programme for the Doctorate Programme in Clinical Psychology ; The Adult Attachment Interview, University of Plymouth. 

Dallos, R. and Stedmon, J. (2012). Integrative Formulation: A Contextual Dynamic Approach. Invited workshop, York University, CPD event for clinical psychologists.

Stedmon, J. (2012) Attachment and meaning making in young people’s stories of parental bereavement. Plymouth University, Institute of Health and Community Seminar Series.

Stedmon, J.(2012) Attachment and Reflective Meaning Making in Children’s Grief Narratives. Invited one day workshop for CRUSE Bereavement Service, Birmingham.

Stedmon, J and Dallos, R. (2011 and 2012). Assessing Attachment in Children and Young People. 2. day Workshop contributing to the Continuing Professional Development Programme for the Doctorate Programme in Clinical Psychology.

 

*Stedmon, J. (2011) Pathways to Problems: Staying within the borders of normality.

Pszichodiac Foundation, Budapest. (An invited workshop for the student community in Budapest, Hungary).

age acquisition).

 


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