University of Surrey

Psychology

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Professor Arlene Vetere

Professor / Deputy Programme Director,
PsychD Clinical Psychology

Prof Arlene Vetere
Prof Arlene Vetere

Qualifications:BSc PhD(Soton), DipClinPsychol(BPS), UKCPReg, AcSS

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Phone: Work: 01483 68 2911
Room no: 20 AD 02

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Research Interests

My research interests include: process studies in family therapy; clinical service evaluation; the relationship between adult attachment styles and repressive coping style.

Publications

Selected Books

Dallos R and Vetere, A (2009) Systemic Therapy and Attachment Narratives: Applications in a range of clinical settings. London: Routledge

Dallos, R and Vetere, A (2005) Researching Psychotherapy and Counselling: Exploring Outcome, Process and Theory. Milton Keynes: McGraw Hill and Open University Press.

Vetere, A. and Dowling, E. (Eds.) (2005) Narrative Therapies with Children and Their Families: A Practitioners Guide to Concepts and Approaches. London: Routledge

Cooper, J. and Vetere, A. (2005) Domestic Violence and Family Safety: A Systemic Approach to Working with Violence in Families. London: Whurr/Wiley

Vetere, A and Dallos, R (2003) Working Systemically with Families: Formulation,
Intervention and Evaluation. London: Karnac.

Selected Journal Articles

Vetere, A and Henley M (2001) Integrating couple and family therapy into a community alcohol service - a pan theoretical approach. Journal of Family Therapy, 23, 85-101

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2001) Working systemically with family violence: risk responsibility and collaboration. Journal of Family Therapy, 23, 378-396

Vetere, A (2001) Therapy Matters: Structural family therapy. Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review, 6, 133-139.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2001) Losing it and owning it: addressing responsibility for violence therapeutically. ACPP Occasional Papers No 18: Parenting – Applications in Clinical Practice, pp 39-44

Myers L and Vetere, A (2002) Adult romantic attachment styles and health-related measures. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 7, 175-80.

Vetere, A and Myers L (2002) Repressive coping style and adult romantic attachment style; is there a relationship? Personality and Individual Differences, 32, 799-807.

Green G and Vetere, A (2002) Parenting, learning disabilities and inequality: can systemic thinking help? Clinical Psychology, 14, 9-12.

Vetere, A and Dowling E (2002) Changes in the Family. The Psychologist, 15, 50-53.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2003) Setting up a domestic violence service: some thoughts and considerations. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 8, 61-67.

Myers L, Vetere, A and Derakshan, N (2004) Are suppression and repressive coping related? Personality and Individual Differences, 36, 989-990.

Vetere, A (2004) (Why) Can’t you sit still? The effects on children of witnessing domestic violence. Clinical Psychology, 40, 14-16.

Vetere, A and Cooper, J (2005) Violenza intra-familiare e terapia sistemica: rischio, responsabilita e collaborazione. Psicobiettivo, 25, 61-80.

Selected Book Chapters

Vetere, A (2002) The use of expert witnesses: useful or useless? In Rt Hon Lord Justice Thorpe and C Cowton (eds) Delight and Dole: The Children Act ten years on. Bristol: Jordan

Vetere, A (2003) On the effectiveness of family, marital and systemic therapies. In S. McPherson, P. Richardson and P Leroux (eds) Clinical Effectiveness in Psychotherapy and Mental Health London: Karnac.

Vetere, A and Myers L (2005) Families, coping styles and physical health. In R. Crane and E. Marshall (eds) Handbook of Families and Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2005) Children who witness violence at home. In A Vetere, And
E Dowling (Eds.) Narrative Therapies with Children and Their Families: A practitioners guide to concepts and approaches. London: Routledge.

Dowling E and Vetere, A (2005) Narrative concepts and therapeutic challenges. In A. Vetere, And E. Dowling (Eds.) Narrative Therapies with Children and Their Families: A practitioners guide to concepts and approaches. London: Routledge.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2005) The effects of domestic violence on children: Trauma resilience and breaking the cycle of violence. In C. Newnes and N. Radcliffe (eds) Making and Breaking Children’s Lives. Ross on Wye: PCCS Books

Selected Conference Presentations

Vetere, A (2004) The Effects on Children of Witnessing Domestic Violence. Paper presented at International Conference on Depression in Children and Families, Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo, Valencia, March. 24th-26th

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2004) Bearing the Burden of Domestic Violence. Inaugural Workshop, East Anglian Association for Family Therapy, Chelmsford, March.

Vetere, A (2004) What’s in it for Practitioners: A review of the Family Therapy outcome research. Paper presented at 6th European Association for Family Therapy Conference, Berlin, 29 September – 2 October.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2004) Keeping Fathers Visible: Men, domestic violence and therapeutic responses. Paper presented at 6th European Association for Family Therapy Conference, Berlin, 29 September – 2 October.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2004) Children and Domestic Violence: Trauma, safety and resilience. Gwent Domestic Abuse Conference, Newport, 5th November.

Vetere, A (2004) Working Systemically with People with Learning Difficulties. Workshop for HAFT, 26th November.

Vetere, A and Cooper J (2005) Fathers and domestic violence. paper presented at Dutch Association for Family Therapy Conference, Beilen, 18 March.

Vetere, A and Dallos R (2005) Attachment Narrative Therapy. Two day workshop for Institute of Family Therapy, London, 18/21 February.

Vetere, A and Kohnstamm B (2005) Dynamic systems: working with couples in an emotion focused way. Workshop for the Irish Association for Family Therapy. April 9th, Dublin.

Vetere, A (2005) Dynamic systems: couples, emotions and attachments. Paper presented at 25th Anniversary Conference of Leeds Family Therapy and Research Centre, Leeds University, June 6.

Vetere, A (2005) Working systemically with family violence. Annual Conference of Nordic Family Therapy Associations, Helsingor, Denmark, August 19-21.

Vetere, A (2005) Opening Address. Annual Conference of Nordic Family Therapy Associations, Helsingor, Denmark, August 19-21.

Vetere, A (2005) Keynote Address: Bio/Psycho/Social models and multi-disciplinary team working in healthcare: Can systemic thinking help? Congresso Nacional Familia, Saude e Doenca. Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal, 17-19 November


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