Dr Tom Cliffe
- Position: Clinical Lecturer & Academic Tutor
- Email: T.D.Cliffe@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 3407
- Location: 10.95, Level 10 Worsley Building
Tom is a Clinical Lecturer and Academic Tutor on the Clinical Psychology Training Programme.
He also currently works two days a week in private practice.
Current research interests:
- One of my main interests is clinical supervision. I have been involved with the development of measures of supervisor competence (SAGE) and the supervisory relationship (S-SRQ). SAGE has been used for the training of clinical supervisors around the world, including within the NHS and the NES (NHS Education for Scotland). The S-SRQ has also been widely disseminated and translated into a number of different languages.
- I am also interested in the areas of: men and mental health, sport and exercise, psychometrics, and research in relation to clinical work with children, young people and their families.
Current DClinPsychol supervision:
I am privileged to supervise trainee clinical psychologists with the following projects:
- 'What factors influence the mental health of a UK professional athlete population?' (Sam White)
- 'The lived experience of adults with Anagen syndrome (loose or short); an interpretative phenomenological analysis' (Dani Osler)
- 'Exploring the psychological impact of miscarriage on men' (Lucy Singer)
- 'Beliefs about masculinity in therapists' work with male clients' (Nicola Holt)
- 'What is the impact of exposure to 'idealised' images on body satisfaction, dieting intentions and mood in men?' (Lucy Siena)
- 'What are the experiences of young people (and their parents) from a BAME background in accessing and engaging with CAMHS?' (Catherine Wintermeyer)
Previous DClinPsychol supervision:
- 'The experience of volunteers working for a children's cancer charity' (Rachel Eastaugh)
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychlogy – University of Oxford, 2013
- PGCERT in Low Intensity Psychological Therapies – Newcastle University, 2010
- BSc (Hons) Psychology – Newcastle University, 2008
- Health and Care Professions Council
- British Psychological Society
Research groups and institutes
- Psychological and Social Medicine
- Leeds Institute of Health Sciences