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Investigator, BC Children's Hospital
Psychologist, Medical Psychology & Neuropsychiatry Clinic, BC Children's Hospital
PhD, MSc, BA (Hons)
4500 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3N1
Tic Busters Group Project: This project involves the development and evaluation of a group treatment program for children with tics. Group content is grounded in Comprehensive Behavioural Intervention for Tics (CBIT), an empirically-validated treatment typically delivered as individual therapy. The present study involves an examination of outcomes with regard to tics and associated impairment when CBIT is administered in a group format.
Morley T., Cataudella, D., Fernandez, C., Johnston, D, Sung, L., & Zelcer, S. (2014). Development of the Pediatric Advanced Care Quality of Life Scale (PAC-QoL): Evaluating Comprehension of Items and Response Options, Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 61(10), 1840-1845.
Cataudella, D., Morley T., Nesin, A., Fernandez, C., Johnston, D, Sung, L., & Zelcer, S. (2014). Development of a Quality of Life Instrument for Children with Advanced Cancer: The Pediatric Advanced Care Quality of Life (PAC-QoL) Scale, Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 61(10), 1835-1839.
Morley, T. & Moran, G. (2011) The Origins of Cognitive Vulnerability: Mechanisms Linking Early Attachment to Later Depression. Clinical Psychology Review, 31, 1071-1082.
Mental Health and Concurrent Disorders Clinical Translational Research Award ($14,500)
Student Bursary Award, Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario ($325)
2012 Outstanding Contribution by a Psychology Student, London Regional Psychological Association
2012 Ontario Graduate Scholarship ($15,000)
2011 Outstanding Psycho-Social Student Poster, Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) ($250)