Many of the Psychologists at Benchmark Psychology are actively involved in research.  This means you can be assured that they are as up to date as possible with developments in the fields of psychology and treatment.  Here are a few recent publications from  the team.


Frost, R, N. & Donovan, C, L,. (2015). Low sexual desire in women, amongst the confusion, could distress hold the key.  Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 30 (3).


Water, A, M,. Forrest, K,. Peters, R, M., Bradley, B, P., Mogg, K (2015).Attention bias to emotional information in children as a function of maternal emotional disorders and maternal attention biases. Journal of Behaviour Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 46.


Hawes, D, J., Dadds, M, R., Frost, A, D, J., & Russell, A. (2013). Parenting Practices and Prospective Levels of Hyperactivity/ Inattention Across Early- and Middle-Childhood. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment.


Emmerson, W,B., Frost, A, D, J., Fawcett, L, M., Ballantyne, E., Ward, W, & Catts, S, V. (2006). Do clinical pathways really improve clinical performance in mental health settings? Australasian Psychiatry

Jerejian, A. C. M., Reid, C., & Rees, C. S. (2013) The contribution of email volume, email management strategies and propensity to worry in predicting email stress among academics. Computers in Human Behavior,


Piek, J. P., Straker, L. M., Jensen, L., Dender, A., Barrett, N. P., McLaren, S., Roberts, C., Reid, C., Rooney, R., Packer, T., Bradbury, G., Elsley, S. (2010). Rationale, design and methods for a randomised and controlled trial to evaluate “Animal Fun” – a program designed to enhance physical and mental health in young children. BMC Pediatrics,