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Professor Rachel Tribe

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Psychology and Social Change, Psychology

Professor Rachel Tribe is a chartered organisational and chartered counselling psychologist who has experience of working in the private, public, charity and academic sectors. She is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a registered HCPC Psychologist.

    Professor Rachel Tribe is a chartered organisational and chartered counselling psychologist who has experience of working in the private, public, charity and academic sectors. She is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a registered HCPC Psychologist.

    Rachel Tribe is the Professorial Adviser for Applied Psychology for the School of Psychology at UEL. Her work has global reach and has had significant impact in a number of countries. She is regularly invited to provide training programmes or present her work in a variety of countries and is involved in a wide range of national and international initiatives. Her national and international consultancy and training has included the British Psychological Society (BPS), (British) Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Department of Education, the Department of Health (DH) the Royal College of Psychiatrists, the World Association of Psychiatrists, The Refugee Council, Amnesty International, British Council, Red Cross, MSF, War Child, the Singapore Psychological Society and a range of local organisations. Her clinical interests focus on all aspects of trauma, culture and mental health, professional and ethical practice. She is an authority on working with interpreters in mental health, migration and mental health, older adults, social justice and organisational development. In 2014 Professor Tribe was awarded the British Psychological Society’s Ethics Committee’s award for Challenging Social Inequalities.

    Professor Tribe is an active applied psychologist, clinician and researcher and was the founder and first programme leader for the Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. She was an invited member of the first ever BPS Presidential task force. She is involved with a number of community organisations in a range of capacities, this includes a range of volunteering work and being a trustee for two international mental health charities.

    Professor Tribe has co-edited 3 books, 6 Special or Guest editions of journals and written over 35 book chapters and 50 peer-reviewed journal articles. During the last year she has been a co-editor and contributor to four sets of BPS guidelines. She is the lead for the school on civic/community engagement. As part of UEL’s Civic Engagement work she led a team from across the university and with a range of community partners to produce a mental health and wellbeing portal for refugees, asylum-seekers and health and social care professionals. For more information visit the Research Group page: https://www.uel.ac.uk/research/refugee-mental-health-and-wellbeing-portal


    Overview




    Professional and
    Ethical Practice
    Critical Psychology
    Migration and Mental health
    Global Mental Health
    Working trans culturally
    Working with Interpreters
    Civic and Community Engagement


    Research

    Research Publications

    Tribe, R. & Thompson, K. (2017) Working with Interpreters: Guidance for Psychologists. Leicester: BPS Publications. ROAR Link

    Patel, N. Tribe, R., & Yule, B. (eds) (2018) Guidelines for Psychologists working with Refugees and Asylum-seekers in the UK: Extended version, Leicester: BPS publications. ROAR Link

    Patel, N. Tribe, R., & Yule, B. (eds) (2018) Guidelines for Psychologists working with Refugees and Asylum-seekers in the UK: Summary version, Leicester: BPS publications. ROAR Link

    Thompson, K., Tribe, R. & Zlotowitz, S. (2018) (eds) Guidance for Psychologists on Working in Partnership with Community Organisations. Leicester: BPS publications. ROAR Link

    • Tribe, R. & Bell, D. (2018-in press) Social justice, diversity, and leadership: How counselling psychologists can get involved in work which promotes leadership and diversity beyond the consulting room. In Psychology, Leadership & Diversity. European Journal of Counselling Psychology
    • Patel, N., Tribe, R. & Yule, W. (eds) (2018 - in press) British Psychological Society Presidential Task Force. Guidelines for Psychologists Working with Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the UK: Extended Version (2018)
    • Finill, C. & Tribe, R. (2017) How do women experience having a mother with dementia? A thematic analysis.   Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 32, 2, 4-13
    • Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A. (2017) Preparing for and Writing up your doctoral thesis Counselling Psychology Review, 32, 2, 57-66
    • Tunariu, A.D., Tribe, R., Frings, D, & Albery, I.P. (2017) The iNEAR programme: an existential positive psychology intervention for resilience and emotional wellbeing.  International Review of Psychiatry, 29, 4, 362-372
    • Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A. (2017) Turning your dissertation into a publishable journal article. Psychology of Education Review, 41, 2, 22-30
    • Persaud, A., Willis, J., Tribe, R., Lashley, M., Crompton, E, et al (2017) Global Position Statement: Stigma, Mental Illness and Diversity. London, England: The Centre for Applied Research and Evaluation - International Foundation; (CAREIF) 2017
    • Persaud, A., Dein, S., Willis, J., Tribe, R., et al. (2017) Global Position Statement: Research in Religion, Spirituality and Health and its clinical implications. London England: The Centre for Applied Research and Evaluation - International Foundation
    • Tribe, R. & Thompson, K. (2017) British Psychological Society, Working with Interpreters: Guidelines for Psychologists BPS guidelines. BPS publications: Leicester DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24082.56009
    • Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A (2016) Preparing for a doctoral viva. Psychology of Education Review, 40,2, 51-58
    • Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A.D (2016) Preparing for a doctoral viva. Counselling Psychology Review 31, 1, 59-66
    • Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A.D (2016) Turning your dissertation into a publishable journal article. Counselling Psychology Review 31, 1, 50-58
    • Resera, E., Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2015). Interpreting in mental health, roles and dynamics in practice. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 8(2), 192-206. doi:10.1080/17542863.2014.921207
    • Lane, P., & Tribe, R. (2014). Refugees, grief and loss: critical debates. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 17(3), 74–79.
    • O’Brien, P., & Tribe, R. (2014). Exploring Polish migrants’ adaptation to life in the UK: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. 7(4) 439–451. doi:10.1080/17542863.2013.844185
    • Tribe, R., Weerasinghe, D., & Parameswaran, S. (2014). Increasing mental health capacity in a post conflict country through effective professional volunteer partnerships: a series of case studies with government agencies, local NGOs and the diaspora community. International Review of Psychiatry, 26(5), 558–565. doi:10.3109/09540261.2014.918025
    • Tribe, R., & Melluish, S. (2014). Editorial to Globalization, culture and mental health. International Review of Psychiatry, 26(5), 535–537. doi:10.3109/09540261.2014.955086
    • Tribe, R. (2014). Culture, politics and global mental health. Disability and the Global South, 1(2), 251–265.
    • Bhugra, D., Gupta, S., Bhui, K., Craig, T., Dogra, N., Ingleby, J.D., … Tribe, R. (2011). WPA guidance on mental health and mental health care in migrants. World Psychiatry, 10(1), 2–10.
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2011). Developing guidelines on working with interpreters in mental health: opening up an international dialogue? International Journal of Culture & Mental Health, 4(2), 81–90. doi:10.1080/17542863.2010.503365
    • Tribe, R., & Calvert, H. (2011). Moving forward together? Legacy issues in post conflict Sri Lanka. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 7(3), 131–138. doi:10.1108/17479891111196159
    • Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2011). Promoting mental well-being for older people from diverse ethnic backgrounds suffering from dementia. Nursing and Residential Care, 13(12), 594–596.
    • Lane, P., & Tribe, R. (2010). Following NICE 2008: a practical guide for health professionals: community engagement with local black and minority ethnic (BME) community groups. Diversity in Health and Care, 7(2), 105–114.
    • Lane, P., & Tribe, R. (2010). Towards an understanding of the cultural health needs of older gypsies: an introduction. Working with Older People, 14(2), 23–30. doi:10.5042/wwop.2010.0264
    • Lane, P., Tribe, R., & Hui, R. (2010). Intersectionality and the mental health of elderly Chinese women living in the UK. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 6(4), 34–41. doi:10.5042/ijmhsc.2011.0152
    • Satkunanayagam, K., Tunariu, A., & Tribe, R. (2010). A qualitative exploration of mental health professionals’ experience of working with survivors of trauma in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 3(1), 43–51. doi:10.1080/17542861003593336
    • Tribe, R. (2009). Working with interpreters in mental health. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 2(2), 92–101. doi:10.1080/17542860903115976
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2009). Exploring the three way relationship in therapeutic work with interpreters. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 5(2), 13–21. doi:10.1108/17479894200900009
    • Tribe, R., & Keefe, A. (2009). Issues in using interpreters in therapeutic work with refugees. What is not being expressed? European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 11(4), 409–424. doi:10.1080/13642530903444795
    • Tribe, R., & Tunariu, A. (2009). Mind your language — working with interpreters in health care settings and therapeutic encounters. Journal of Sex and Relationship Therapy, 24, 74–84. doi:10.1080/14681990802666023
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2009). Opportunity for development or necessary nuisance? The case for viewing working with interpreters as a bonus in therapeutic work. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 5(2), 4–12. doi:10.1108/17479894200900008
    • Tribe, R., Lane, P., & Hearsum, S. (2009). Working towards promoting positive mental health and well-being for older people within BME Communities. Working with Older people, 31(1), 35–40. doi:10.1108/13663666200900009
    • Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2008). Working with interpreters across language and culture in mental health. Journal of Mental Health. doi:10.1080/09638230701879102
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2008). Guidelines for all psychologists working with Interpreters in health settings. Leicester: BPS.
    • Lane, P., Tribe, R., & Hearsham, S. (in press). Improving mental health services for asylum seekers and refugees: working with groups who have multiple needs: Department of Health and Home Office.
    • Lane, P., & Tribe, R. (in press). Anti-discriminatory practice in mental health for older people. London: Jessica Kingsley.
    1. Tribe, & J. Morrissey (Eds.). (2015). Handbook of professional and ethical practice for psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists (2nd ed.). London; New York: Routledge.
    • Tribe, R. (2016; in press). Commentary on “Case studies of innovative practice and policy”. In R. White (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Socio-Cultural Perspectives. London, England: Macmillan-Palgrave.
    • Forster, P., & Tribe, R. (2015). Professional and ethical issues when working with learning disabled clients. In R. Tribe & J. Morrissey (Eds.), Handbook of professional and ethical practice (pp. 221–231). London: Brunner-Routledge.
    • Tribe, R. (2015). Cultural perspectives on mental health and community based rehabilitation. In P. Smith & R. Gilbert (Eds.), Disability and culture: an inter-professional perspective. Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.
    • Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2015). Mental health interpreting. In F. Pöchhacker (Ed.), Routledge encyclopaedia of interpreting studies. London: Routledge.
    • Tribe, R. (2015). Trainee perspectives on professional and ethical practice. In R. Tribe & J. Morrissey (Eds.), Handbook of professional and ethical practice (pp. 317–331). London: Brunner-Routledge.
    • Tribe, R. (2014). Race and cultural diversity: the training of psychologists and psychiatrists. In R. Moodley & M. Ocampo (Eds.), Critical psychiatry and mental health: exploring the work of Suman Fernando in clinical practice. London: Routledge.
    • Tribe, R., & Satakanayagam, K. (2014). Vicarious trauma, mental health and migration. In D. Somasundaran (Ed.), Collective Trauma. Australia: Sage.
    • Qureshi, A., & Tribe, R. (2013). Barriers to the intercultural therapeutic relationship and how to overcome them. In K. Bhui (Ed.), Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians (pp. 51–56). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
    • Tribe, R. (2013). Is trauma-focused therapy helpful for survivors of war and conflict? In K. Bhui (Ed.), Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians (pp. 1–6). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
    • Tribe, R., & Qureshi, A. (2013). How does intercultural interpretation work in the mental health setting? In K. Bhui (Ed.), Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians (pp. 57–60). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
    • Tribe, R. (2011). Working with interpreters and bicultural workers. In C. Lago (Ed.), The Handbook of transcultural counselling and psychotherapy. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
    • Tribe, R. (2011). Migration and mental health: working across culture and language. In D. Bhugra & S. Gupta (Eds.), Migrants and mental health. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    • Tribe, R. (2010). Mental health of refugees and asylum seekers. In D. Bhugra, S. Cross & R. Bhattacharya (Eds.), Cultural topics in clinical psychiatry (pp. 27–38). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists Press.
    • Tribe, R. (2016, January). Working with interpreters in mental health. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Counselling, Psychotherapy and Wellness, Christ University, Bangalore, India.
    • Tribe, R., Tunariu, A., Dung, J., & Coltea, E. (2015, November). Civic engagement and social justice: Making a difference through improving communication across language and culture in community settings, a London Scholars project for UEL Social Justice Group. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, London, England.
    • Tribe, R.,  & Morrissey, J. (2015, November). Don’t get caught out: Ethical and professional dilemmas for psychologists and psychotherapists. Workshop delivered on behalf of the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Learning Development Centre.
    • Tunariu, A. D., & Tribe, R. (2015, October). Psychological interventions for a variety of contexts: Issues of design and implementation. Workshop delivered to the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) continued learning series of events and delivered to the Special Group in Coaching Psychology, London, England.
    • Tunariu, A. D., & Tribe, R. (2015, October). Recognising individual resources as a social asset in tackling radicalisation. The iNEAR psycho-social intervention programme: Resilient communities, existential responsibility, and social ethics. Paper presented as part of the Symposium on “Global Mental Health: conflict, identity and compassion” at the 4th World Congress of Cultural Psychiatry organized by World Association of Cultural Psychiatry (WAPC), Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico.
    • Wanigaratne, S., Kemmis, L., Marsden, A., Nikapota, A., Tribe, R., McGowan, W., & Yule, W. (2015, October). Workforce capacity building to deal with trauma in war and disaster situations: Would a model of work between UK and Sri Lanka be useful in the Middle East? Paper presented at the 1st Regional Conference of the Lebanese Psychological Association: Psychology in The Arab Region: Between Adversity and Resilience, Beirut, Lebanon.
    • Tribe, R., & Tunariu, A.D. (2015, October). Civic engagement: Making a difference through improving communication across language and culture in community settings. Paper presented at the 12th PASCAL International Observatory Conference, Strand 3 — Connecting cities and universities at strategic frontiers, Catania, Sicily.
    • Tribe, R., & Tunariu, A.D. (2015, October). Civic engagement: making a difference through improving communication across language and culture in community settings. Development, Implementation and Outcome Presentation of a London Scholars Project for the University of East London, London, UK.
    • German, M., &  Tribe, R. (2015, September). Working with refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people. Workshop delivered on behalf of the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Learning Development Centre.
    • Tribe, R., & Tunariu, A.D. (2015, July). Preparing for your doctoral viva. Paper presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Harrogate.
    • Tribe, R., Steffen, E., Walton, A., Finil, C., Osakoner, D.-K., Smith, S., & Betteridge, S. (2015, July). Social justice: making a difference by listening to those whose voices often go unheard by counselling psychologists and service providers. Paper presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Harrogate.
    • Tribe, R., Steffen, E., & Winter, L. (2015, July). Social justice training: shaping the future of counselling psychology programmes. Paper presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Harrogate.
    • Tribe, R., Morrissey, J., & Creaner, M. (2015, July). The role of social media: professional and ethical considerations. Paper presented at the Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists: an Important Part of Civic and Community Engagement conference, University of East London.
    • Castro, M., Eiroa-Orosa, F., Tribe, R., & Patel, N. (2015, July). Working as a psychologist overseas: the professional, ethical  and political implications. Paper presented at the Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists: An Important Part of Civic and Community Engagement conference, University of East London.
    • Tribe, R. (2015, April). Stakeholders seminar: Research application: Four examples of good practice in exploring access to mental health care services for linguistically and culturally diverse patients. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
    • Tribe, R. (2015, April). Exploring access to mental health care services for linguistically and culturally diverse patients (representing the UK) Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Heriot-Watt University, University of Strathclyde, Psychiatric Unit St. Johns Hospital, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland. Research Seminar: global issues and challenges. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
    • Tunariu, A.D., & Tribe, R. (2015, January). Temporarily suspending the imperative for political positioning or diagnostic categorisation: recognising individual resources as a social asset in tackling radicalisation. Paper presented at the State of the Art Conference: Violent Radicalisation and Terrorism, Wolfson Institute, Queen Mary University of London, UK.
    • Tribe, R., Nagulendaram, R., Salla, A., & Weerasinghe, D. (2014, November). Community psychology in practice: partnership working. Workshop presented at the Community Psychology Festival, London.
    • Tribe, R., & Patel, N. (2014, October). Human rights, social justice and psychology. Paper presented at the “Action not words II: negotiating multiple identities” conference, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2014, September). Invited lecture on Second World Conference on Globalization, Culture and Psychology, Chennai, India.
    • Tribe, R. (2014, June). Invited lecture on Mental health and migration culturally competent health and social care. Malta.
    • Tribe, R. (2014, May). Invited lecture for the receipt of the British Psychological Society award for the promotion of equal opportunities. Birmingham.
    • Tribe, R. (2014, March). Invited lecture on Working with interpreters in health settings, professional and ethical considerations. BPS North West group, Manchester.
    • Tribe, R. (2014, January). Working with people with disabling injuries. Base Unit, Ragama, Sri Lanka.
    • Tribe, R. (2014, January). Post traumatic stress disorder. Base unit, Ragama, Sri Lanka.
    • Creaner, M., Morrissey, J., & Tribe, R. (2013, November). Cyber considerations: social media use in psychological therapy. Trinity College, Dublin, Psychological Society of Ireland.
    • Nadirshaw, Z., & Tribe, R. (2013, October). Commissioning mental health services for BME communities. Therapeutic Interventions with a Difference — Actions Not Words conference, BPS, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2013, March). Invited lecture on The role of critical psychology, practice and policy when working with BME communities. Race & Culture faculty conference, London, BPS.
    • Tribe, R. (2013, February). Invited lecture on Migration and mental health. Greenwich Primary Care Trust and NHS London.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, October). Invited lecture on Language and power in a triadic relationship in the context of trauma. Language conference, Freedom From Torture, London.
    • Tribe, R., & Weerasinghe, D. (2012, September). Health pluralism a way forward. Paper presented at the Globalisation, Culture and Psychology conference, Leicester.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, September). Language and power in a triadic relationship in the context of trauma. Paper presented at the Language conference, FFT, London.
    • Tribe, R., Hollins, S., & Miller, H. (2012, July). Ensuring effective communication with patients whose first language is not English, for those with learning disability, and for those with no or minimal hearing. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychiatry, Liverpool.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, July). Deconstructing global mental health. Paper presented at the Global Mental Health: Bridging the Perspectives of Cultural Psychiatry and Public Health conference, Montreal, Canada.
    • Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2012, June). Considering critical psychology, practice and policy in working with BME communities. Paper presented at the Critical psychology and BME Communities conference, London.
    • Tribe, R., Lane, P., & Hu, R. (2012, June). Narratives of struggle and resilience: Intersectionality and mental health. A case study of Chinese women in old age. Paper presented at the British Sociological Association Conference: Living With Social Categories: Ethnicity, Mental Health, and Learning Disability in an Age of Austerity, Milton Keynes.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, May). Working with interpreters in mental Health. Paper presented at the Transcultural Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference, Leeds.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, April). Mental Health of migrants. Understanding the other: equipping professionals to provide culturally competent care, Malta.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, January). Trauma and Literature panel. Galle Literary festival, Sri Lanka.
    • Tribe, R. (2012, January). Mental health and migration. Paper presented at the Migrant Health: Challenges and Opportunities conference, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.
    • Tribe, R. (2011, November). In your own words. Better practice in commissioning and using interpreting and translation services in health and social care. Paper presented at the Department of Health and Race Equality Foundation, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2011, November). Renewal and reconciliation in post war Sri Lanka. Paper presented at the Institute of Psychiatry, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2011, November). Working with interpreters in metal health. In your own words. Better practice in commissioning and using interpreting and translation services in health and social care. Paper presented at the NCVO, London.
    • Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2011, September). Narratives of struggle and resilience: intersectionality, Chinese women and mental health in old age. Paper presented at the Culture, Mental Health and Well Being conference, Turku, Finland.
    • Tribe, R. (2011, July). Conflict, forced migration, well-being and psychological meaning-making. Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IAFSM 13), Uganda.
    • Tribe, R. (2011, July). Facilitating effective cross cultural communication in clinical practice. Culture & Communication in Health and Social Care. Paper presented at the Ethnic Health Initiative, London.
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2011, July). Migrants and Mental Health. Paper presented at the Migrants Mental Health: Improving Health Outcomes conference, Barts Hospital, East London & City NHS.
    • Tribe, R. (2010, December). Responding to the need in Sri Lanka and interventions for collective trauma. Paper presented at the UK-Sri Lanka Trauma Group, Institute of Psychiatry, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2010, November). Training and accreditation programmes for interpreters and therapists. Paper presented at the Bilingual Therapist & Interpreter Forum, London.
    • De Zoysa, P., Cogill, S., Ismail, C., Wanigaratne, S., Tribe, R., Yule, W., & De Silva, P. (2010, October). Post graduate training in clinical psychology: a report from Sri Lanka. Paper presented at the 3rd Congress of the AESAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia.
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2010, July). Opportunity for development or necessary nuisance? — The case for viewing working with interpreters as a bonus in mental health work within the NHS. Paper presented at the Critical Link Conference, Birmingham.
    • De Zoysa, P., Cogill, S., Ismail, C., Wanigaratne, S., Tribe, R., Yule, W., et al. (2010, June). Teaching clinical psychology in Sri Lanka. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
    • Tribe, R. (2010, June). Therapeutic casework in the context of current debates on good practice in the care of asylum seekers with mental well-being needs. Paper presented at the Evaluating Mental Health Service for Refugees conference, British Refugee Council, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2010, February). Using interpreters in the mental health context mother tongue or non-native language? Paper presented at the Working Effectively Across Languages in Frontline Services conference, The Kings Fund, London.
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2010, February). Working with refugee clients using interpreters. Paper presented at the Psychologists Working with Refugees conference, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2009, July). Experiences from the field of transcultural mental health. Paper presented at the European Congress of Psychology, Oslo, Norway.
    • Tribe, R. (2009, July). Psychological needs of migrants. Paper presented at the Mental health and Migrants Conference, World Psychiatric Association, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2009, June). Issues in using interpreters in therapeutic work with refugees. What is not being expressed? Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM) 12 Conference, Cyprus.
    • Tribe, R., & Nikapota, A. (2009, April). Mental health and psychological effects of war. Health in the firing line. Paper presented at the Impact of War on Health and Human Rights Conference, Wellcome Trust, London.
    • Tribe, R. (2008). Supervision in an age of trauma panel. Paper presented at the British Association for Supervision and Practice Based Research, Middlesex.
    • Tribe, R. (2008). Working with unfamiliar languages and cultures in the context of talking therapies. Paper presented at the Race, Culture and Psychological Perspectives Conference, Manchester.
    • Tribe, R., & Morrissey, J. (2008). Thinking about trauma, vicarious trauma and related issues in supervision. Paper presented at the British Association for Supervision and Practice Based Research, Middlesex.
    • Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2008). Working with interpreters. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, London.
    • Tribe, R., Rasamathiah, T., & Satkunanayagam, K. (2008). The work of the UK-Sri Lanka Trauma Group and Samutthāna. Paper presented at the MIOT conference, London.
    Bhui, K., Jones, E., Freestone, M. & Tribe, R (2017) Understanding and Preventing Extremism International Review of Psychiatry, 29, 4
    Tribe, R., & Thompson, K. (2008). Guidelines for all psychologists working with Interpreters in health settings. Leicester: BPS. Currently being updated
    Tribe, R. & Raval, H.(eds) 2003 Working with Interpreters in Mental Health. London: Brunner-Routledge (reprinted 2014)

    Tribe, R & Morrissey, J. (eds) (2005) The Handbook of Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Psychotherapists & Counsellors. London: Brunner- Routledge isbn 1-58391-969-4

    Tribe, R & Morrissey, J. (eds) (2015) The Handbook of Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Psychotherapists & Counsellors. London: Brunner- Routledge. 2nd edition Hbk: 978-0-415-70528-8 Pbk: 978-0-415-70529-5 e-book 978-1-135-74792-7. http://www.routledgementalhealth.com/books/details/9780415705295/

    Lane, P. & Tribe, R. (eds) (2017 ) Anti-discriminatory practice in mental health for older people. London & Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley http://www.jkp.com/uk/anti-discriminatory-practice-in-mental-health-for-older-people-34523.html
    Tribe, R & Tunariu, A. (2018) Psychological Interventions and Assessments in Bhugra, D. & Bhiu, K. The Textbook of Cultural Psychiatry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

    Tribe, R. (2017) Commentary on 'Case studies of innovative practice and policy' in R. White,. et al in the Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Socio-cultural Perspectives. London : Macmillan-Palgrave

    Tribe, R. & Lane, P. (2017) Ageing, ethnicity and mental health in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Tribe, R. & Lane. (2017) Caring for carers in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Tribe, R & Lane. P. (2017) Working with interpreters in mental health in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Lane. P. & Tribe, R. (2017) A brief guide to ageing and food in in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (2016) (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Lane, P. & Tribe, R. (2017) Introduction. In in P. Lane & R. Tribe. Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Lane, P. & Tribe, R. (2017) End of Life Issues. In in P. Lane & R. Tribe. Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A.D. (2017) Working with Interpreters in Feltham, C., Hanley, T. & L.A. Winter (eds) The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy p.536-541

    Tribe, R. & Lane. P. (2017) Caring for carers in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Tribe, R. & Tunariu, A. (2017) Working across language and culture as a clinician in C.Feltham, T.Hanley, & L. Winter, (2017) Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy (4th edition)

    Tribe, R. & Lane, P. (2017) Ageing, ethnicity and mental health in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Tribe, R & Lane. P. (2017) Working with interpreters in mental health in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Lane. P. & Tribe, R. (2017) A brief guide to ageing and food in in P. Lane & R. Tribe. (2016) (Eds) Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Lane, P. & Tribe, R. (2017) End of Life Issues. In in P. Lane & R. Tribe. Anti-discriminatory practice when working in mental health with older people

    Tribe, R. (2016) Cultural Persepectives on Mental Health and Community Based Rehabilitation in Sri Lanka in P. Smith & Gilbert, R. Disability and Culture: an Inter-Professional Perspective. London: Common Ground Publishing

    Forster, P., & Tribe, R. (2015). Professional and ethical issues when working with learning disabled clients. In R. Tribe & J. Morrissey (Eds.), Handbook of professional and ethical practice (pp. 221–231). London: Brunner-Routledge.

    Tribe, R. (2015). Cultural perspectives on mental health and community based rehabilitation. In P. Smith & R. Gilbert (Eds.), Disability and culture: an inter-professional perspective. Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.

    Tribe, R., & Lane, P. (2015). Mental health interpreting. In F. Pöchhacker (Ed.), Routledge encyclopaedia of interpreting studies. London: Routledge.

    Tribe, R. (2015). Trainee perspectives on professional and ethical practice. In R. Tribe & J. Morrissey (Eds.), Handbook of professional and ethical practice (pp. 317–331). London: Brunner-Routledge.

    Tribe, R. (2014). Race and cultural diversity: the training of psychologists and psychiatrists. In R. Moodley & M. Ocampo (Eds.), Critical psychiatry and mental health: exploring the work of Suman Fernando in clinical practice. London: Routledge.

    Tribe, R., & Satakanayagam, K. (2014). Vicarious trauma, mental health and migration. In D. Somasundaran (Ed.), Collective Trauma. Australia: Sage.

    Qureshi, A., & Tribe, R. (2013). Barriers to the intercultural therapeutic relationship and how to overcome them. In K. Bhui (Ed.), Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians (pp. 51–56). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.

    Tribe, R. (2013). Is trauma-focused therapy helpful for survivors of war and conflict? In K. Bhui (Ed.), Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians (pp. 1–6). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.

    Tribe, R., & Qureshi, A. (2013). How does intercultural interpretation work in the mental health setting? In K. Bhui (Ed.), Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians (pp. 57–60). London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.

    Tribe, R. (2011). Working with interpreters and bicultural workers. In C. Lago (Ed.), The Handbook of transcultural counselling and psychotherapy. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

    Tribe, R. (2011). Migration and mental health: working across culture and language. In D. Bhugra & S. Gupta (Eds.), Migrants and mental health. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Tribe, R. (2010). Mental health of refugees and asylum seekers. In D. Bhugra, S. Cross & R. Bhattacharya (Eds.), Cultural topics in clinical psychiatry (pp. 27. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists Press.

    Publications

    Professor Tribe has consulted to a wider range of organisations in the UK and abroad, she has consulted to the Department of Health, the Department of Children and Families/Education, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, National Institute for Mental Health in England [NIMHE], HM Prison Service, NHS England and a variety of statutory and voluntary organisations in a number of countries. She has also provided consultancy to several management consultancy firms. She is currently engaged on one national and one international consultancy project.

    Interests

    Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, BSc in Clinical and Community Psychology, MSc in Clinical and Community Psychology, International Humanitarian Psychosocial Intervention by distance learning 



    Teaching: Programmes

    MSc in Clinical and Community Psychology
    International Humanitarian Psychosocial Consultation by distance learning
    Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology
    Professional Doctorate in Clinical psychology

    Teaching