Sunil Bhar
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Psychometric validation of the obsessive belief questionnaire and interpretation of intrusions inventory—Part 2: Factor analyses and testing of a brief version
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 43 (11), 1527-1542, 2005
Psychometric validation of the obsessive beliefs questionnaire and the interpretation of intrusions inventory: Part I
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (8), 863-878, 2003
An investigation of self-ambivalence in obsessive-compulsive disorder
SS Bhar, M Kyrios
Behaviour research and therapy 45 (8), 1845-1857, 2007
Self-esteem and suicide ideation in psychiatric outpatients
S Bhar, M Ghahramanlou-Holloway, G Brown, AT Beck
Suicide and life-threatening behavior 38 (5), 511-516, 2008
Dysfunctional beliefs and psychopathology in borderline personality disorder
SS Bhar, GK Brown, AT Beck
Journal of personality disorders 22 (2), 165-177, 2008
Treatment of depression and suicide in older adults
SS Bhar, GK Brown
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 19 (1), 116-125, 2012
Training and consultation in evidence-based psychosocial treatments in public mental health settings: The access model.
SW Stirman, SS Bhar, M Spokas, GK Brown, TA Creed, D Perivoliotis, ...
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 41 (1), 48, 2010
Changes in problem-solving appraisal after cognitive therapy for the prevention of suicide
M Ghahramanlou-Holloway, SS Bhar, GK Brown, C Olsen, AT Beck
Psychological Medicine 42 (6), 1185-1193, 2012
Beliefs and personality disorders: an overview of the personality beliefs questionnaire
SS Bhar, AT Beck, AC Butler
Journal of clinical psychology 68 (1), 88-100, 2012
The assessment of obsessive-compulsive phenomena: Psychometric and normative data on the Padua Inventory from an Australian non-clinical student sample
M Kyrios, S Bhar, D Wade
Behaviour Research and therapy 34 (1), 85-95, 1996
Development of suicide postvention guidelines for secondary schools: A Delphi study
GR Cox, E Bailey, AF Jorm, NJ Reavley, K Templer, A Parker, ...
BMC public health 16, 1-11, 2016
Is longer-term psychodynamic psychotherapy more effective than shorter-term therapies? Review and critique of the evidence
SS Bhar, BD Thombs, M Pignotti, M Bassel, L Jewett, JC Coyne, AT Beck
Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 79 (4), 208-216, 2010
The self in understanding and treating psychological disorders
AT Beck
Cambridge University Press, 2016
What do Gestalt therapists do in the clinic? The expert consensus
M Fogarty, S Bhar, S Theiler, L O’Shea
British Gestalt Journal 25 (1), 32-41, 2016
Back to basics: could behavioural therapy be a good treatment option for youth depression? A critical review
SE Hetrick, GR Cox, CA Fisher, SS Bhar, SM Rice, CG Davey, AG Parker
Early Intervention in Psychiatry 9 (2), 93-99, 2015
Treatment integrity of studies that compare short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy with cognitive-behavior therapy.
SS Bhar, AT Beck
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 16 (3), 370, 2009
Sequence of improvement in depressive symptoms across cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy
SS Bhar, LA Gelfand, SP Schmid, R Gallop, RJ DeRubeis, SD Hollon, ...
Journal of Affective Disorders 110 (1-2), 161-166, 2008
An assessment of awareness of mental health conditions and its association with socio-demographic characteristics: a cross-sectional study in a rural district in Bangladesh
MN Uddin, S Bhar, FMA Islam
BMC health services research 19, 1-11, 2019
Cognitive personality styles associated with depressive and obsessive compulsive phenomena in a non-clinical sample
SS Bhar, M Kyrios
Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 27 (4), 329-343, 1999
The impact of telephone‐delivered cognitive behaviour therapy and befriending on mood disorders in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A randomized controlled trial
C Doyle, S Bhar, M Fearn, D Ames, D Osborne, E You, A Gorelik, D Dunt
British journal of health psychology 22 (3), 542-556, 2017
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