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I have published widely. My specialism is in the field of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). A selection of my publications is listed below:
Keyes, C. (2019). Helping your Child Overcome Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). In D. Veale, & R. Wilson. Overcoming Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, 2nd Edition: A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques. London: Robinson. Keville, S., Nutt, K., Brunton, I., Keyes, C., & Tacconelli, E. (2019). The hardest part is knowing I’ll survive: The use of music and creative mediums to enhance empathy and facilitate life-long distance learning in professionally qualified clinicians. Journal of Education and Training Studies. 7(10), 90-98.
Keyes, C. (2019). Young people's lived experience of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The Bridge.
Keyes, C., & Elder-Vass, J. (2018). Young people’s experiences of outcome measures in a CAMHS clinic. Clinical Psychology Forum. 310, 18-23.
Keville, S., Nutt, K., Brunton, I., Keyes, C., & Tacconelli, E. (2018). So many lifetimes locked inside: reflecting on the use of music and songs to enhance learning through emotional and social connection in Trainee Clinical Psychologists. Reflective Practice. 19(3), 376-388.
Keyes, C., Nolte, L., & Williams, T.I. (2018). The battle of living with obsessive compulsive disorder: A qualitative study of young people’s experiences. Child and Adolescent Mental Health.23(3), 177-184.
Keyes, C. et al. (2015). What can we do? How we position ourselves as trainees when it comes to social exclusion. Clinical Psychology Forum. 265, 46-48. Keyes, C., Meharry, K., & Edwards, N. (2012). Trauma Site visits in the treatment of PTSD. CBT Today. 40(3), 19.