Stefan Dalton is a Doctoral Researcher in the Centre for Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience. He is a cognitive behavioural therapist and an international consultant of mental health. He has clinical experience in private practice working with adult clients of Western and Eastern backgrounds. Stefan specialises in working with mood and anxiety-type disorder diagnoses and has successfully treated depressive disorder, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, health anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and social anxiety. Stefan is currently undertaking doctoral research in psychology. His PhD thesis explores the effects of automatic emotion processing in psychopathology and novel therapeutic techniques. His research interests reside in cognitive neuroscience and clinical psychology, especially CBT interventions, largely in the areas of automatic emotion processing and consciousness.
Supervisory team: Dr Survjit Cheeta, Dr Ben Jennings, Dr Adrian Williams.