Clinical Psychologist, University of Surrey

Senior Teaching Fellow and UK-registered clinical psychologist with clinical and research interests in men's mental health and youth mental health/well-being.

Jason is an HCPC-registered chartered clinical psychologist and a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS). He obtained his PhD and completed clinical training in New Zealand. Jason began his UK-based clinical practice in 2009 [www.jasonspendelow.com].

He has research, teaching and clinical interests in the areas of men's mental health, youth mental health, and clinical health psychology (including neurodisability). Regarding the later, Jason has specific interests in mental health consequences resulting from chronic illness and disability.

Experience

  • –present
    Clinical Psychologist, University of Surrey
  • –present
    Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice

Education

  • 2005 
    Victoria university of Wellington, PhD
  • 2005 
    Victoria University of Wellington, Postgrad Dip Clinical Psychology

Publications

  • 2014
    Cognitive-behavioural treatment of depression in men: Tailoring treatment & directions for future research, American Journal of Men's Health
  • 2012
    Does social anxiety predict rumination and co-rumination among adolescents?, Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • 2012
    Adolescent rumination: An overview, Encyclopaedia of Adolescence
  • 2010
    Does the optimism bias affect help-seeking intentions in young people?, The Journal of General Psychology