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Dr Phil Yates

Dr Phil Yates

Research Tutor

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 724635

 Washington Singer 202

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

Dr Phil Yates is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Practitioner Psychologist and Member of the Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists as recognised by the British Psychological Society and the Health and Care Professions Council. He holds a substantive post with Devon Partnership NHS Trust as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist in Neuro-rehabilitation, and is Professional Head of Service for the Clinical Health Psychology and Neuropsychology Services in Devon.  His clinical and research interests relate to the psychological assessment and treatment of adults who have sustained neurological, physical and psychological trauma or disorder. Phil holds a part-time post as Clinical Research and Academic Tutor on the D Clin Psych programme at the University of Exeter and is a Co-Director of the Centre for Clinical Neuropsychological Research, and specialise in the training of clinical psychologists;  External Examiner for the post-qualification Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology and Postgraduate Diploma and MSc in Applied Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol. Phil is currently Chair of the BPS Division of Neuropsychology Membership Services Unit (MSU) and previously held the role of DoN CPD & Annual Conference Lead.

Research interests include:

Neuropsychological assessment and intervention for mild traumatic brain injury; cognitive rehabilitation of short-term memory impairment; epidemiology of head injury; brain injury and developmental neuropsychology; psycho-social interventions and outcome in ABI; psychology of long-term health conditions.

Qualifications

BA(Hons), MSc(Wales), MSc(Exon), D.Clin.Psych., C.Psychol., AFBPsS

Career

Worked in the NHS from 1988 as a Clinical Psychologist specialising in neuropsychology, health psychology and physical disability services. Obtained Upgrade Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2006. Research Tutor on Exeter University D.Clin.Psych programme from 2006. NHS Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Clinical Health Psychology & Neuropsychology from 2008. BPS Division of Neuropsychology Exec. Committee member from 2010.

Research

Research interests

  • Acquired brain injury and neurological rehabilitation
  • Psychological aspects of emergency and trauma medicine
  • Epidemiology of head injury
  • Neuropsychological outcomes of head injury in early childhood
  • Psychological aspects of chronic health conditions

Research projects

D.Clin.Psych. and PhD projects linked to networks:

Psychological health in emergency staff;  psychological adjustment and couples therapy in brain injury rehabilitation; outcomes following brain injury in early childhood and adolescence; the role of resilience and social competence from middle childhood to late adolescence following acquired brain injury; the psychology of medically unexplained symptoms; treatment adherence following chemotherapy for leukamia; post concussion syndrome and mild head injury.

Research networks

Centre for Clinical Neuropsychological Research (CCNR); Emergency Medicine and Psychology Research Collaborative (EMPRESC); Exeter Neurosciences Consortium; Chair, Psychological Medicine Research Network.

Links


Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

Yates, P.J. (2003). Psychological adjustment, social enablement and community integration following acquired brain injury. In: W.H.Williams & J.J.Evans (Eds.) Biopsychosocial Approaches in Neurorehabiltiation : Assessment and Management of Neuropsychiatric, Mood and Behavio. Hove and New York, Psychology Press.

Journal articles

Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P. (In Press). Neuro-regulation of emotion: an overview. Brain Impairment
Mitchell, A. Yates, P.J. (In Press). The social construction of identity following acquired brain injury: a discursive approach. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Assessing emotional recognition in 9 to 15 year olds: preliminary analysis of abilities in reading emotion from faces, voices and eyes. Brain Injury, 21, 623-629.
Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Reading emotions after child brain injury: a comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Injury
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). The neurological bases of emotional dys-regulation arising from brain injury in childhood: a “when and where” heuristic. Brain Impairment, 8, 143-153
Williams WH, Harris A, Round A, Yates PJ (2006). An epidemiological study of head injuries in a UK population attending an emergency department. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 77(5), 699-701.
Williams, W.H. Yates, P.J. Harris, A. (2006). Spousal relationship satisfaction following acquired brain injury: the role of insight and socio-emotional skill. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17(1), 95-105.
Wade, R. Glanfield, S. (2005). Implementing an integrated rehabilitation pathway in a sub-acute neuro-rehabilitation service : team process and initial outcomes. Presented at International Neuropsychological Society Conference, University of Zurich, July 2006. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 12(Sup S2), 1-3.
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Crum-lindquivist, A. (2004). A six year follow-up study of neuropsychological functioning in school children who sustained a head injury under five years of age.Presented at International Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, University of Galway, Ireland, July 2005. Brain Impairment, 6(2).
Williams, W.H. Jenkins, B. Ellett, L. (2003). An epidemiological study of head injury in a U.K. health district. Presented at the joint Australian Society for Brain Impairment / International. Neuropsychological Conference, Brisbane, Australia, June 2004. Brain Impairment, 5
Yates, P.J. (2002). Psychological adjustment, social enablement and community integration following acquired brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13, 291-307.

Conferences

Yates, P.J. Harris, A. Ryland, H. (2006).  an epidemiological study of risk factors of head injury. Paper presented at International Neuropsychological Society conference, Bilbao, July 2007.
Yates, P.J. Williams, W.H. Frampton, I.J. (2006). An exploratory study of the cognitive correlates of psycho-social functioning following acquired brain injury in childhood. Paper presented at International Neuropsychological Society conference, Bilbao, July 2007.
Frampton, I.J. Tonks, J.T. Williams, W.H. (2006). Risk of psychiatric disorder in children with congenital versus acquired brain-dysfunction. Paper presented at International Neuropsychological Society conference, Bilbao, July 2007.
Frampton, I. Williams, W.H. Crumlindqvist, A. (2005). A six year follow-up study of neuropsychological functioning in a representative sample of children who sustained a mild head injury in early childhood. Presented at Inaugural Developmental Cognition (DeCog Conference) . McQuarie University Westmead Chil.
Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. Yates, P.J. (2005). A. Neuropsychological assessment of socio-emotional functioning in children.Presented at International Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, University of Galway, Ireland, July 2005.
Mitchell, A. Yates, P.J. (2005). The social construction of identity following acquired brain injury: a discursive approach. Presented at International Neuropsychological Society Conference, University of Zurich, July 2006.
Williams, W.H. Harris, A. Round, A. (2004).  Determining risk factors for mild head injury and mild TBI in a UK Health District.Presented at International Neuropsychological Society Conference, Dublin, Ireland, July 2005.

Publications by year


In Press

Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P. (In Press). Neuro-regulation of emotion: an overview. Brain Impairment
Mitchell, A. Yates, P.J. (In Press). The social construction of identity following acquired brain injury: a discursive approach. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

2007

Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Assessing emotional recognition in 9 to 15 year olds: preliminary analysis of abilities in reading emotion from faces, voices and eyes. Brain Injury, 21, 623-629.
Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Reading emotions after child brain injury: a comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Injury
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). The neurological bases of emotional dys-regulation arising from brain injury in childhood: a “when and where” heuristic. Brain Impairment, 8, 143-153

2006

Yates, P.J. Harris, A. Ryland, H. (2006).  an epidemiological study of risk factors of head injury. Paper presented at International Neuropsychological Society conference, Bilbao, July 2007.
Williams WH, Harris A, Round A, Yates PJ (2006). An epidemiological study of head injuries in a UK population attending an emergency department. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 77(5), 699-701.
Yates, P.J. Williams, W.H. Frampton, I.J. (2006). An exploratory study of the cognitive correlates of psycho-social functioning following acquired brain injury in childhood. Paper presented at International Neuropsychological Society conference, Bilbao, July 2007.
Frampton, I.J. Tonks, J.T. Williams, W.H. (2006). Risk of psychiatric disorder in children with congenital versus acquired brain-dysfunction. Paper presented at International Neuropsychological Society conference, Bilbao, July 2007.
Williams, W.H. Yates, P.J. Harris, A. (2006). Spousal relationship satisfaction following acquired brain injury: the role of insight and socio-emotional skill. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17(1), 95-105.

2005

Frampton, I. Williams, W.H. Crumlindqvist, A. (2005). A six year follow-up study of neuropsychological functioning in a representative sample of children who sustained a mild head injury in early childhood. Presented at Inaugural Developmental Cognition (DeCog Conference) . McQuarie University Westmead Chil.
Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. Yates, P.J. (2005). A. Neuropsychological assessment of socio-emotional functioning in children.Presented at International Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, University of Galway, Ireland, July 2005.
Wade, R. Glanfield, S. (2005). Implementing an integrated rehabilitation pathway in a sub-acute neuro-rehabilitation service : team process and initial outcomes. Presented at International Neuropsychological Society Conference, University of Zurich, July 2006. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 12(Sup S2), 1-3.
Mitchell, A. Yates, P.J. (2005). The social construction of identity following acquired brain injury: a discursive approach. Presented at International Neuropsychological Society Conference, University of Zurich, July 2006.

2004

Williams, W.H. Harris, A. Round, A. (2004).  Determining risk factors for mild head injury and mild TBI in a UK Health District.Presented at International Neuropsychological Society Conference, Dublin, Ireland, July 2005.
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Crum-lindquivist, A. (2004). A six year follow-up study of neuropsychological functioning in school children who sustained a head injury under five years of age.Presented at International Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, University of Galway, Ireland, July 2005. Brain Impairment, 6(2).

2003

Yates, P.J. (2003). Psychological adjustment, social enablement and community integration following acquired brain injury. In: W.H.Williams & J.J.Evans (Eds.) Biopsychosocial Approaches in Neurorehabiltiation : Assessment and Management of Neuropsychiatric, Mood and Behavio. Hove and New York, Psychology Press.
Williams, W.H. Jenkins, B. Ellett, L. (2003). An epidemiological study of head injury in a U.K. health district. Presented at the joint Australian Society for Brain Impairment / International. Neuropsychological Conference, Brisbane, Australia, June 2004. Brain Impairment, 5

2002

Yates, P.J. (2002). Psychological adjustment, social enablement and community integration following acquired brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13, 291-307.

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External Engagement and Impact

Administrative responsibilities

Doctorate in Clinical & Community Psychology Course Convenor in: a) Psychological asssessment; b) Clinical Health Psychology; c) Clinical Neuropsychology and disability.

 


Other

Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Health & Neuropsychology Services, Dept Psychological Medicine, Devon Partnership NHS Trust

Teaching

Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Health Psychology, Psychological Assessment, Preparation for Clinical Practice.

 

Supervision / Group

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