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When OCD and religion get entangled
Mark completed his studies in clinical psychology at Université Laval in Québec in 1995. After completing post-doctoral studies, Mark took up a position as Assistant Professor (Research) at Centre de recherche Fernand-Seguin in Montréal. Mark moved to Newcastle in September 2000 to take post as Director of Research and Training at the Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre Mark was director of the Newcastle Post Graduate Diploma until 2010.
In March 2001, Mark was appointed Professor of Clinical Psychology at Newcastle University where he Research Director for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He teaches research methods in clinical psychology and provides research supervision to PhD, DClinPsy, MPhil, MSc and undergraduate students. Mark chaired the NICE Guideline Development Group for OCD and BDD (NICE, 2006). Mark’s main research interests have been in the field of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Recent work focuses on intolerance of uncertainty as a transdiagnostic process across anxiety, OC-related, and other disorders and as a trans-situational response to diverse situations, including the pandemic, climate change, caregiving and long-term health conditions.
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