Georgie Paulik

Psychology The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia 
"Georgie Paulik"
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Johanna Badcock grad student 2004-2008 University of Western Australia
 (Clinical Psychologist, WA)
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Brand RM, Badcock JC, Paulik G. (2021) Multimodal versus unimodal auditory hallucinations in clinical practice: Treatment outcomes following cognitive-behavioural therapy. Psychiatry Research. 298: 113791
Badcock JC, Brand R, Thomas N, et al. (2021) Multimodal versus unimodal auditory hallucinations in clinical practice: Clinical characteristics and treatment outcomes. Psychiatry Research. 297: 113754
Reddyhough C, Locke V, Badcock JC, et al. (2020) Changing Attitudes Towards Voice Hearers: A Literature Review. Community Mental Health Journal
Badcock JC, Graham ME, Paulik G. (2019) Assessing the clinical significance of treatment outcomes for distressing voices in routine clinical practice. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Paulik G, Hayward M, Jones AM, et al. (2019) Evaluating the "C" and "B" in brief CBT for distressing voices in routine clinical practice in an uncontrolled study. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Fielding-Smith SF, Hayward M, Strauss C, et al. (2015) Bringing the "self" into focus: conceptualising the role of self-experience for understanding and working with distressing voices. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1129
Hayward M, Awenat Y, McCarthy Jones S, et al. (2015) Beyond beliefs: A qualitative study of people’s opinions about their changing relations with their voices Psychosis. 7: 97-107
Paulik G, Hayward M, Birchwood M. (2013) Cognitive Behavioural Relating Therapy (CBRT) for voice hearers: a case study. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 41: 626-31
Paulik G. (2012) The role of social schema in the experience of auditory hallucinations: a systematic review and a proposal for the inclusion of social schema in a cognitive behavioural model of voice hearing. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. 19: 459-72
Badcock JC, Paulik G, Maybery MT. (2011) The role of emotion regulation in auditory hallucinations. Psychiatry Research. 185: 303-8
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