Nick Wood is a clinical psychologist and academic with a research focus on men’s health issues and children with disabilities or mental health difficulties. He is a Senior Lecturer in Child and Life-Span Mental Health on the BSc in Counselling degree.
Wood, N. (2015). How to talk to someone with an "untreatable" lifelong condition. British Medical Journal, 351, 32-33. doi:10.1136/bmj.h5037 |
Shah, S., Wood, N., & Nolte, L. (2012). The experiences of being a trainee clinical psychologist from a black and minority ethnic group: a qualitative study. Clinical Psychology Forum, 232, 32–35.|
Lund, C., Kajee, A., & Wood, N. (2010). Clinical psychology training in South Africa. Clinical Psychology Forum, 215, 17-21.|
Wood, N., & Dockrell, J. (2010). Psychological assessment procedures for assessing deaf or hard of hearing children. Educational and Child Psychology, 27(2), 11-22.|
Wood, N., Berg, A., Hector, K., Jhetam, N., Moolman, S., Name, N., … Schudel, A. (1995). Service delivery aspects of a Child and Family Unit. Southern African Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 7(1), 46-53.
Wood, N., & Wassenaar, D. R. (1989). Family characteristics of Indian parasuicide patients: A controlled study. South African Journal of Psychology, 19(3), 172-184. doi:10.1177/008124638901900308
Winter, D., Bridi, S., Urbano Giralt, S., & Wood, N. (2011). Loosening the chains of preemptive construing: constructions of psychological disorder and its treatment in Sierra Leone. In D. Stojnov, V. Dzinovic, T. Pavlovic & M. Frances (Eds.), Personal construct psychology in an accelerating world (pp. 95–108). EPCA/Serbian Constructivist Association.|
Wood, N. (2013). Survivor narratives of men with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS). Paper presented at the 6th International Conference in International Society for Critical Health Psychology, Bradford, UK.|
Wood, N. (1992). In-patient profile of adult and adolescent substance abusers, Lentegeur Hospital. Paper presented at the Psychological Association of South Africa congress, Cape Town.