Dr Frank Ryan offers an innovative, research based, approach to consultancy and training at both at individual or corporate level. This places motivation and self-control stage. Using the latest scientific findings on willpower, this can help individuals and teams to improve wellbeing and productivity.
This is a recent example of Dr Ryan’s work with consulting to advertising agencies, aimed at promoting saving and regulating spending especially of the impulsive type! Click below for details
Dr Ryan’s current teaching involves annual contribution to the following courses:
- BSc /MSc in neuroscience and mental health at Imperial College Medical School
- Diploma in CBT at Central and North West London and Royal Holloway
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Essex
|Ryan F and Skandali N (2016) Editorial: Reward Processing in Motivational and Affective Disorders. Front. Psychol. 7:1288. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01288
Ryan, F. Willpower for Dummies. Wiley. Chichester
Ryan, F. Working with Addictions. Llewelyn, S., & Murphy, D. (Eds.). (2014). What is Clinical Psychology? Oxford University Press.
Weaver, T, Metrebian, N, Hellier, J., Pilling, S. Poovendran D., Charles, V., Little, N, Mitcheson, L. Ryan, F. Bowden-Jones. O., Dunn J., Glasper, A , Finch, E. , Strang, J.
Use of contingency management incentives to improve completion of hepatitis B vaccination in people undergoing treatment for heroin dependence: a cluster randomised trial. The Lancet
|Ryan, F. Cognitive Therapy for Addiction: Motivation and Change. Wiley Blackwell. Chichester
Ryan, F. Appetite Lost & Found: Cognitive Psychology in the Addiction Clinic. In Munafo. M. & Albery, I. (Eds) Cognition and Addiction. Oxford University Press.
Ryan, F. Detected, selected, and sometimes neglected: Cognitive processing of cues in addiction. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 10. 67-76
Ryan, F. Attentional bias and alcohol dependence: A controlled study using the modified Stroop paradigm. Addictive Behaviors. 27. 471-482
|Workshops & Training Events
The key to successful outcomes in addiction and substance misuse.
The Willpower Workshop: Improving outcomes in motivational and affective disorders
The Willpower Workshop: Enhancing cognitive control to improve outcomes:
Thinking the way out of addiction. ( with
Professor Matt Field, University of Liverpool)
Willpower: The Key to Effective CBT:
Motivation & Change: Cognitive Therapy Applied to Addiction: