Through my research and teaching I seek to make a difference, and to develop students who in turn will be people prepared to make a difference.
Qualifications & Memberships
My primary research area is Motivational Interviewing - its efficacy, practice, training and implementation. Motivational Interviewing is a collaborative conversation for strengthen a person's own motivation for change.
My other areas of research are the psychological impacts of the Canterbury earthquakes; clinical supervision and competency assessment in clinical psychology; and bicultural practice and teaching.
- Jones H., McIntosh VVW., Britt E., Carter JD., Jordan J. and Bulik CM. (2022) The effect of temperament and character on body dissatisfaction in women with bulimia nervosa: The role of low self-esteem and depression. European Eating Disorders Review 30(4): 388-400. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/erv.2899.
- Lawson R., Carter JD., Britt E., Knowles K., Then R., Vallance J., Jenkins L. and Tauamiti R. (2022) Modified metacognitive therapy for anorexia nervosa: An open trial in an outpatient setting. International Journal of Eating Disorders http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/eat.23749.
- Soleymani S., Britt E. and Wallace-Bell M. (2022) Motivational Interviewing for Enhancing Engagement in Intimate Partner Violence Treatment: A Quasi-Experimental Study. Partner Abuse 13(1): 144-169. http://dx.doi.org/10.1891/PA-2021-0031.
- Turnbull EA., Dorahy MJ., Britt E. and Hanna D. (2020) Exploring an anniversary effect three years after the February 2011 Christchurch Earthquake. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 24(3): 117-123.
- Hitzeman C., Gonsalvez C., Britt E. and Moses K. (2019) Clinical psychology trainees' self versus supervisor assessments of practitioner competencies. Clinical Psychologist http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cp.12183.