Martin Dorahy

ProfessorMartin Dorahy

Internal Phone: 94337


Research Interests

Martin joined the Psychology department early in 2009. He had for the seven years prior to that been in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where he completed his Clinical Psychology training. He has an empirical and clinical interest in complex traumatic stress and dissociative disorders. He is also interested in process-oriented psychotherapy and the integration of therapy models.

Recent Publications

  • Catton AKH., Dorahy MJ. and Yogeeswaran K. (2023) Disclosure of Sexual Victimization: Effects of Invalidation and Shame on Re-Disclosure. Journal of Interpersonal Violence
  • Dorahy MJ., McKeogh K. and Yogeeswaran K. (2023) The Impact of Relationship Context on Dissociation-Induced Shame Using Vignette Scenarios. Psychological Reports
  • Dorahy MJ., Nesbit A., Palmer R., Wiltshire B., Cording JR., Hanna D., Seager L. and Middleton W. (2023) A comparison between auditory hallucinations, interpretation of voices, and formal thought disorder in dissociative identity disorder and schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Journal of Clinical Psychology
  • Dorahy MJ., Yogeeswaran K. and Middleton W. (2023) Dissociation-Induced Shame in Those with a Dissociative Disorder: Assessing the Impact of Relationship context using Vignettes. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation
  • Bortolon C., Dorahy MJ., Brand R., Dondé C., Slovak S. and Raffard S. (2022) The effect of voice content and social context on shame: a simulation and vignette paradigm to evaluate auditory verbal hallucinations. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 27(2-3): 122-138.