Andrew Wheeler

2716472W@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

Research Summary

Psychologist in Clinical Training with an interest in the use of qualitative and quantitative methods to test psychological interventions and explore the impact of trauma. 

Publications

O’Keeffe, D., Marshall, D., Wheeler, A., Allen, E., Ronan, H., Buckley, A., Counihan, E., Clarke, M. (2021). Through COVID-19 and beyond: Developing and implementing a multidisciplinary, blended, telehealth intervention for families of people experiencing a first episode psychosis. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine,1-5.

Wheeler, A. J., & McElvaney, R. (2018). “Why would you want to do that work?” The positive impact on therapists of working with child victims of sexual abuse in Ireland: a thematic analysis. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 31(4), 513-527.

Wheeler, A. J., & McElvaney, R. (2017). “Why would you want to do that work?” The positive impact on therapists of working with child victims of sexual abuse in Ireland: a thematic analysis [Abstract]. The Irish Psychologist, 43(6), 30.

Conference

Burgess, N., Wheeler, A., Collins, A., O’Keeffe, D., & Doyle, M. (2021, November 11-12). Feasibility of a Mentalisation-Based Treatment: Introduction Group for an Adult Secondary Care Mental Health Population [Oral presentation]. Psychological Society of Ireland Conference, Online. https://www.psychologicalsociety.ie/source/2021%20PSI%20Conference%20Programme%20Booklet.pdf

Heffernan, G., Ryan, D., Wheeler, A., Allen, E., & Moore, L. (2021, November 11-12). Zoom Up Your Mood - A Pilot Study Examining the Efficacy of Video-Conferencing Versus Face-To-Face Delivery of Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression for Outpatients Attending a Secondary Mental Health Service in Ireland [Oral presentation]. Psychological Society of Ireland Conference, Online. https://www.psychologicalsociety.ie/source/2021%20PSI%20Conference%20Programme%20Booklet.pdf

O'Keeffe, D., Marshall, D., Wheeler, A., Allen, E., Ronan, H., Buckey, A., Counihan, E., Clarke, M. (2021, November 11-12).  Through COVID-19 and Beyond: Developing and Implementing a Multidisciplinary, Blended, Telehealth Intervention for Families of People Experiencing a First Episode Psychosis [Oral presentation]. Psychological Society of Ireland Conference, Online. https://www.psychologicalsociety.ie/source/2021%20PSI%20Conference%20Programme%20Booklet.pdf

Naismith, L., Allen, E., Burgess, N., Wheeler. A., & Moore, L. (2021, November 11-12). A Pilot Study Examining the Efficacy of Videoconferencing Versus Face-To-Face Delivery of Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia for Outpatients Attending a Secondary Mental Health Service in Ireland [Oral presentation].  Psychological Society of Ireland Conference, Online. https://www.psychologicalsociety.ie/source/2021%20PSI%20Conference%20Programme%20Booklet.pdf

Wheeler, A. J., Harrington, B., & O’Connell, M. (2019, November 19-20). The link between violent video gaming and a generational decrease in empathy and pro-social behaviour; and exploration using SEM [Poster presentation]. Psychological Society of Ireland Annual Conference, Newpark Hotel, Kilkenny.

Wheeler, A. J., Harrington, B., & O’Connell, M. (2019, October 12). How do violent video games affect child development? [Oral presentation]. Psychological Society of Ireland Early Graduate Group Conference, National University of Ireland, Galway.

Wheeler, A. J. (2017, April 23-24). “Why would you want to do that work?” The positive impact on therapists of working with child victims of sexual abuse in Ireland: a thematic analysis [Oral presentation]. Psychological Society of Ireland Student Psychology Congress, National University of Ireland, Galway.