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Laura Mitchell


Trainee Clinical Psychologist

I am currently in my third year of Clinical Psychology training. My final placement is with the Psychological Medicine Specialist Surgery Team at the John Radcliffe Hospital. 

Professional Interests

My previous experience has involved working with mild to moderate depression and anxiety in a wellbeing service (Guernsey equivalent to IAPT) and work as a psychology assistant in adult mental health. I am interested in working in a clinical health setting with multi-disciplinary team colleagues. I am also interested in insomnia, which is the subject of my dissertation. 


Mitchell, L., Mogg, K., & Bradley, B. P. (2012). Relationships between insomnia, negative emotionality and attention control. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 10(3), 237-243.