This webpage contains information about Dr Černis' research into dissociation, including updates about work currently taking place in her research group at the University of Birmingham, UK.
To find helpful resources about living with or working clinically with dissociation and depersonalisation, please visit our resources page: dissociation.info
Dr Černis is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Birmingham, UK. She works within the School of Psychology and is also affiliated with the Instiute for Mental Health (IMH) and the Centre for Applied Psychology (CAP).
1) Dissociative experiences: primarily 'felt sense of anomaly' (FSA) dissociation, but also depersonalisation and derealisation.
2) Psychological factors that may underlie dissociation, including alexithymia, self-efficacy, affect intolerance, and emotion regulation.
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· DPhil Biomedical & Clinical Sciences (Cognitive Stream), University of Oxford
· DClinPsy Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford
· MSc Mental Health Studies, King's College London
· BA Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford