Ms Anne Cooke


NameMs Anne Cooke
Job titleClinical Director
Research instituteSalomons Institute for Applied Psychology

Research outputs

The expert and the patient”: a discourse analysis of the house of commons’ debates regarding the 2007 Mental Health Act

Kent, T., Cooke, A. and Marsh, I. 2020. The expert and the patient”: a discourse analysis of the house of commons’ debates regarding the 2007 Mental Health Act. Journal of Mental Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638237.2020.1818706

Clinical psychologists' use of transformative models of psychosis

Cooke, A. and Brett, C. 2020. Clinical psychologists' use of transformative models of psychosis. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. 27 (1), pp. 87-96. https://doi.org/10.1002/cpp.2411

Should clinical psychologists be political?

Rahim, M. and Cooke, A. 2019. Should clinical psychologists be political? in: Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology : Developing a Professional Identity Through Clinical Psychology Training and Beyond Abingdon, Oxon. Routledge.

Stigma: a linguistic analysis of the UK red-top tabloids press’s representation of ‘schizophrenia’

Bowen, M., Kinderman, P. and Cooke, A. 2019. Stigma: a linguistic analysis of the UK red-top tabloids press’s representation of ‘schizophrenia’. Perspectives in Public Health. 139 (3), pp. 147-152. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757913919835858

Conflict, compromise and collusion: dilemmas for psychosocially-oriented practitioners in the mental health system

Cooke, A., Smythe, W. and Anscombe, P. 2019. Conflict, compromise and collusion: dilemmas for psychosocially-oriented practitioners in the mental health system. Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches. https://doi.org/10.1080/17522439.2019.1582687

Where next for CBT and psychosis?

Cupitt, C. and Cooke, A. 2018. Where next for CBT and psychosis? in: Cupitt, C. (ed.) CBT for Psychosis: Process-oriented Therapies and the Third Wave Routledge. pp. 150-167

Changing society’s whole approach to psychosis (presentation)

Cooke, A. 2015. Changing society’s whole approach to psychosis (presentation).

Changing UK society’s whole approach to psychosis: articulating a genuinely psychosocial approach

Cooke, A. 2014. Changing UK society’s whole approach to psychosis: articulating a genuinely psychosocial approach.

Getting stuck in: clinical psychology programmes as provokers of professional and public debate

Cooke, A. 2013. Getting stuck in: clinical psychology programmes as provokers of professional and public debate.

Diagnostic cultures: a cultural approach to the pathologisation of modern life

Cooke, A. 2018. Diagnostic cultures: a cultural approach to the pathologisation of modern life. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling. 20 (1), pp. 124-127. https://doi.org/10.1080/13642537.2018.1424603

“It doesn’t mean I’m useless” How do young people experiencing psychosis contribute to their families and why are their contributions sometimes overlooked?

Allman, J., Cooke, A., Whitfield, B. and McCartney, M. 2017. “It doesn’t mean I’m useless” How do young people experiencing psychosis contribute to their families and why are their contributions sometimes overlooked? Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches. https://doi.org/10.1080/17522439.2017.1413129

“But what about real mental illnesses?” Alternatives to the disease model approach to ‘schizophrenia’

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2017. “But what about real mental illnesses?” Alternatives to the disease model approach to ‘schizophrenia’. Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 58 (1), pp. 47-71. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022167817745621

‘As public intellectuals, it is possible to be both polite and radical’ one on one with Anne Cooke

Cooke, A. 2017. ‘As public intellectuals, it is possible to be both polite and radical’ one on one with Anne Cooke. The Psychologist. 30, pp. 62-65.

Training that domesticates or education that liberates? Tensions and dilemmas related to teaching critical psychology in the context of UK clinical psychology training. Training that domesticates or education that liberates? Tensions and dilemmas related to teaching critical psychology in the context of UK clinical psychology training

Cooke, A. 2017. Training that domesticates or education that liberates? Tensions and dilemmas related to teaching critical psychology in the context of UK clinical psychology training. Training that domesticates or education that liberates? Tensions and dilemmas related to teaching critical psychology in the context of UK clinical psychology training. in: Newnes, C. and Golding, L. (ed.) Teaching Critical Psychology: International Perspectives Routledge.

Responses to the publication of the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM 5

Kinderman, P. and Cooke, A. 2017. Responses to the publication of the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM 5. Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 57 (6), pp. 625-649. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022167817698262

Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia: the story and the future

Cooke, A. 2016. Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia: the story and the future.

Changing the story: getting out there with psychosocial perspectives on ‘mental illness’

Cooke, A. 2015. Changing the story: getting out there with psychosocial perspectives on ‘mental illness’.

Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia: the story and the future

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2015. Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia: the story and the future.

Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia: why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality …and what can help

Cooke, A. (ed.) 2017. Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia: why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality …and what can help. British Psychological Society.

They’re NICE and neat, but are they useful? A grounded theory of clinical psychologists’ beliefs about, and use of NICE guidelines

Court, A., Cooke, A. and Scrivener, A. 2016. They’re NICE and neat, but are they useful? A grounded theory of clinical psychologists’ beliefs about, and use of NICE guidelines. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. https://doi.org/10.1002/cpp.2054

Changing the narrative: The British Psychological Society report ‘Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia’

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2016. Changing the narrative: The British Psychological Society report ‘Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia’.

The Brexit poll, part two

Cooke, A. 2016. The Brexit poll, part two. The Psychologist. 29.

Taking a stand on social issues (letter)

Cooke, A. 2016. Taking a stand on social issues (letter). Psychologist. 29, pp. 400-409.

“We could end up in a lot of trouble” Teachers’ communications with young children about mental health

Cooke, A., King, J. and Greenwood, K. 2016. “We could end up in a lot of trouble” Teachers’ communications with young children about mental health. Journal of Public Mental Health. 15 (2), pp. 103-114. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPMH-01-2016-0006

Changing society’s whole approach to psychosis

Cooke, A. 2016. Changing society’s whole approach to psychosis. Journal of Mental Health. 25 (4), pp. 287-290. https://doi.org/10.3109/09638237.2016.1167861

Is life a disease?

Cooke, A. and McGowan, J. 2013. Is life a disease? Discursive of Tunbridge Wells.

Aims for service user involvement in mental health training: staying human

Lea, L., Holttum, S., Cooke, A. and Riley, L. 2016. Aims for service user involvement in mental health training: staying human. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 11 (4), pp. 208-219. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMHTEP-01-2016-0008

We desperately need #Equality4MentalHealth, but let’s have services people actually want to use

Cooke, A. 2015. We desperately need #Equality4MentalHealth, but let’s have services people actually want to use. Discursive of Tunbridge Wells.

I’d rather die than go back to hospital’: why we need a non-medical crisis house in every town

Cooke, A. 2015. I’d rather die than go back to hospital’: why we need a non-medical crisis house in every town. Mad In America.

Att Forsta Psyckos och Schizofreni

Cooke, A. and ISPS Swedem 2015. Att Forsta Psyckos och Schizofreni. Sweden ISPS Sweden/Dualis Publishing.

Comprender La Psicosis y La Esquizofrenia

Cooke, A. and British Psychological Society 2015. Comprender La Psicosis y La Esquizofrenia. Spain Jose Valdecasas.

The ordinary chaos of psychosis

Cooke, A. 2015. The ordinary chaos of psychosis. British Journal of General Practice (BJGP). 65 (637), pp. 422-422. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp15X686245

Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia: why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality, and what can help

British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology Cooke, A. (ed.) 2014. Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia: why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality, and what can help. Leicester Brtitish Psychological Society.

Robin Williams, depression and the complex causes of suicide

Cooke, A., Gilchrist, A. and McGowan, J. 2014. Robin Williams, depression and the complex causes of suicide. The Guardian.

So what do we need to do?

Cooke, A. 2014. So what do we need to do? Clinical Psychology Forum.

Real life experiences influence schizophrenia, says report

Cooke, A. 2014. Real life experiences influence schizophrenia, says report.

Is life a disease?

Cooke, A. and McGowan, J. 2013. Is life a disease?

Dangerous dialogue: learning from conversations about personal experience

Lea, L., Cooke, A. and Goodbody, L. 2011. Dangerous dialogue: learning from conversations about personal experience. Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2011. Exeter

Proposals for reform of the Mental Health Act - implications for psychologists

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2001. Proposals for reform of the Mental Health Act - implications for psychologists.

Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2001. Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences.

Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2001. Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences.

Implications of the Mental Health Act White Paper for Clinical Psychologists

Cooke, A. and Harper, D. 2001. Implications of the Mental Health Act White Paper for Clinical Psychologists.

Reform of the Mental Health Act: implications for the profession

Cooke, A. 2002. Reform of the Mental Health Act: implications for the profession.

Developing positive relationships with voices: a preliminary grounded theory

Jackson, L., Hayward, M. and Cooke, A. 2011. Developing positive relationships with voices: a preliminary grounded theory. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 56 (4). https://doi.org/10.1177/0020764010368624

Teaching about bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses

Cooke, A. 2010. Teaching about bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses.

Service users and carers as placement advisors

Cooke, A. and Hayward, M. 2010. Service users and carers as placement advisors. Clinical Psychology Forum. 290, pp. 21-22.

Service user and carer involvement - why bother?

Hayward, M., Goodbody, L., Good, R. and Cooke, A. 2010. Service user and carer involvement - why bother? Clinical Psychology Forum. 209, pp. 7-8.

Understanding bipolar disorder: why some people experience extreme mood states and what can help. A report by the British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology

Cooke, A., Jones, S. and Lobban, F. 2010. Understanding bipolar disorder: why some people experience extreme mood states and what can help. A report by the British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology. London, UK British Psychological Society.

Power to our elbow - how clinical psychologists can use the DCP report on bipolar disorder

Cooke, A. 2009. Power to our elbow - how clinical psychologists can use the DCP report on bipolar disorder.

What next for the profession after IAPT? The future of clinical psychology

Cooke, A. 2009. What next for the profession after IAPT? The future of clinical psychology.

Minding our clinical language - letter

Cooke, A. 2009. Minding our clinical language - letter. The Psychologist. 22 (9), p. 732.

Involving service users and carers in clinical psychology placements

Hayward, M., Riddell, B. and Cooke, A. 2009. Involving service users and carers in clinical psychology placements. Higher Education Academy Psychology Placements. 52, pp. 4-4.

Problems associated with the use of the concept 'mental illness'

Cooke, A. 2008. Problems associated with the use of the concept 'mental illness'. in: Stickley, T. and Bassett, T. (ed.) Learning About Mental Health Practice Chichester Wiley. pp. 329-346

Psychological approaches to mental health

May, R., Cooke, A. and Cotton, A. 2008. Psychological approaches to mental health. in: Stickley, T. and Bassett, T. (ed.) Learning About Mental Health Practice Chichester Wiley. pp. 463-478

Psychosis revisited: a recovery-based workshop for mental health workers, service users and carers

Bassett, T., Hayward, M., Chandler, R., Blank, A., Read, J. and Cooke, A. 2007. Psychosis revisited: a recovery-based workshop for mental health workers, service users and carers. Brighton, UK Pavilion Publishing Ltd.

Don’t jump ship! New approaches in teaching mental health to undergraduates

Harper, D., Cromby, J., Reavey, P., Cooke, A. and Anderson, J. 2007. Don’t jump ship! New approaches in teaching mental health to undergraduates. The Psychologist. 20 (5), pp. 302-304.

Identity and cause of problems: The perceptions of patients with a diagnosis of schizophrenia

Phillips, C., Cooke, M., Cooke, A. and Peters, E. 2007. Identity and cause of problems: The perceptions of patients with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 35 (2), pp. 237-240. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1352465806003183

Identifying potential predictors of traumatic reactions to psychotic episodes

Chisholm, B., Freeman, D. and Cooke, A. 2006. Identifying potential predictors of traumatic reactions to psychotic episodes. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 45 (4), pp. 545-559. https://doi.org/10.1348/014466505X90136

Contesting psychosis

Cooke, A. 2003. Contesting psychosis. Mental Health Today.

Do clinical psychologists care about the Mental Health Act reforms?

Cooke, A., Harper, D. and Kinderman, P. 2002. Do clinical psychologists care about the Mental Health Act reforms? Clinical Psychology. 15, pp. 40-46.

Educating the community for social inclusion

Cooke, A., Bertram, M. and Weaver, Y. 2002. Educating the community for social inclusion.

British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology: survey of clinical psychologists' opinions about proposed reforms to the 1983 Mental Health Act

Cooke, A., Harper, D. and Kinderman, P. 2002. British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology: survey of clinical psychologists' opinions about proposed reforms to the 1983 Mental Health Act. Asylum: The Magazine for Democratic Psychiatry. 13 (2), p. 31.

Reform of mental health legislation

Cooke, A., Harper, D. and Kinderman, P. 2002. Reform of mental health legislation. Forensic Update. 68, pp. 6-16.

DCP update: criticisms and concerns (results of a survey of DCP members’ opinions about proposed reforms to the 1983 Mental Health Act)

Cooke, A., Kinderman, P. and Harper, D. 2002. DCP update: criticisms and concerns (results of a survey of DCP members’ opinions about proposed reforms to the 1983 Mental Health Act). Clinical Psychology. 13, pp. 43-47.

Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences

Cooke, A. and Kinderman, P. 2001. Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences.

Implications of the Mental Health Act White Paper for Clinical Psychologists

Cooke, A. and Harper, D. 2001. Implications of the Mental Health Act White Paper for Clinical Psychologists.

Reform of the Mental Health Act: implications for clinical psychologists

Cooke, A., Harper, D. and Kinderman, P. 2001. Reform of the Mental Health Act: implications for clinical psychologists. Clinical Psychology. 1, pp. 48-52.
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