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.
Dr Ryan’s current teaching and research roles:
- Visiting Clinical Tutor, Royal Holloway, University of London
- Visiting Research Fellow, London South Bank University
- Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, Imperial College.
Recent Publications and training events
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 Rediscovering Willpower:
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: