Dr Lisa Marzano


Dr Lisa Marzano
NameDr Lisa Marzano
Job titleTheme Director/Professor in Psychology
Research institute
Primary appointmentPsychology
Email addressl.marzano@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-9735-3512
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

Lisa Marzano is Professor of Psychology and Theme Director for Equity and Improvements in Health and Wellbeing. Formerly a Research Fellow at the Oxford University Centre for Suicide Research, Lisa has worked in suicide and self-harm prevention for over two decades, drawing on a variety of methods and disciplinary approaches. She currently leads an established programme of research focusing on suicides in public locations which has informed a range of preventative initiatives (including the award-winning Small Talk Saves Lives campaign, as well as national and international media guidelines to promote responsible reporting of sui­cide). In 2019 Lisa was recognised by Universities UK as a “Nation's Lifesaver” for “saving lives and making a life-changing difference to our health and wellbeing”, and received a “Lifesaver Award” from Transport for London.

Education and Qualifications: 

2004-2007 PhD in Psychology, Middlesex University, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

2002-2004 MSc in Social Science Research Methods (also satisfying requirements of the MSc in Forensic Psychology), Middlesex University, funded by the ESRC.

1998-2001 BSc (Hons) in Psychology with Criminology, Middlesex University. 

Current and Previous Posts: 

From 2012 Professor of Psychology (from 2023) and Theme Director for Equity and Improvements in Health and Wellbeing (from 2022), Middlesex University 

2007-2012 Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Suicide Research, University of Oxford and Research Associate, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford 

2005-2010 Guest Psychology Lecturer, Universities of Oxford and Brighton 

Advisory and Board Membership Roles: 

In addition to providing expert advice on suicide prevention to a range of organisations (e.g. the Met and British Transport Police, the National Police Chiefs Council and National Crime Agency; the Behavioural Insights Team, Cabinet Office; The Independent Press Standards Organisation; Samaritans; National Highways; ProRail (Netherlands) and Lifeline (Australia)), Lisa is a member of:

  •  Suicide & the Media Taskforce, International Association for Suicide Prevention and WHO Media Guidelines for the Reporting of Suicide Revision Group
  • National Near to Real-Time Suspected Suicide Surveillance Leadership Group (Office for Health Improvement and Disparity, UK Government
  • Security Consortium for the Prevention of Suicide                                                   
  • Safer Public Spaces Network
  • The Railways Suicide Prevention Programme Board                                        
  • Thrive London Suicide Prevention Group and Self-Harm Monitoring Task Force
  • Beachy Head Operational Response Group
  • Editorial board BMJ Mental Health (Digital Mental Health Section Editor; 2016-23)        
  • Samaritans’ Research Ethics Board (Chair, 2018-22)

Teaching

Lisa teaches on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate psychology modules, including introductory psychology and research methods modules, and more specialised mental health, critical forensic and applied social psychology teaching. 

She currently supervises four PhD students:

Peter Frost (with funding from the Met Police). Suicide Prevention during the Covid-19 Pandemic. An exploration and evaluation of real time surveillance systems to monitor and reduce suicides. (Director of Studies)

Danny Holmes: Mental Health in Elite Football. (Supporting Supervisor) 

Steven MacDonald-Hart: Evaluating the effectiveness of Suicide Intervention First Aid (SIFA), a train-the-trainer gatekeeper initiative. (Supporting Supervisor)

Jude Smit: Students’ lived experiences of attempted suicide in further and higher education. (Director of Studies)

Education and qualifications

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Research outputs

Digital mental health in schizophrenia and severe mental illness: an international consensus on current challenges and potential solutions

Smith, K., Hardy, A., Vinnikova, A., Blease, C., Milligan, L., Hidalgo-Mazzei, D., Lambe, S., Marzano, L., Uhlhaas, P., Ostinelli, E., Anmella, G., Zangani, C., Aronica, R., Dwyer, B., Torous, J. and Cipriani, A. 2024. Digital mental health in schizophrenia and severe mental illness: an international consensus on current challenges and potential solutions. JMIR Mental Health.

Characteristics and circumstances of rail suicides in England 2019-2021: a cluster analysis and autopsy study  

Norman, H., Marzano, L., Fields, B., Brown, S., MacDonald Hart, S. and Kruger, I. 2024. Characteristics and circumstances of rail suicides in England 2019-2021: a cluster analysis and autopsy study  . Journal of Affective Disorders. 354, pp. 397-407. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2024.03.020

Factors prompting and deterring suicides on the roads

Norman, H., Marzano, L., Winter, R., Ioana, C., Mackenzie, J. and Marsh, I. 2023. Factors prompting and deterring suicides on the roads. BJPsych Open. 9 (3). https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2023.52

A police-led real-time surveillance system for suspected suicides in Great Britain

Marzano, L., Norman, H., Sohal, B., Hawton, K. and Mann, R. 2023. A police-led real-time surveillance system for suspected suicides in Great Britain. BMJ Mental Health. 26 (1). https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjment-2022-300643

Linguistic profile automated characterisation in pluripotential clinical high-risk mental state (CHARMS) conditions: methodology of a multicentre observational study

Magnani, L., Carmisciano, L., dell’Orletta, F., Bettinardi, O., Chiesa, S., Imbesi, M., Limonta, G., Montagna, E., Turone, I., Martinasso, D., Aguglia, A., Serafini, G., Amore, M., Costanza, A., Sibilla, F., Calcagno, P., Patti, S., Molino, G., Escelsior, A., Trabucco, A., Marzano, L., Brunato, D., Ravelli, A., Cappucciati, M., Fiocchi, R., Guerzoni, G., Maravita, D., Macchetti, F., Mori, E., Paglia, C., Roscigno, F. and Saginario, A. 2023. Linguistic profile automated characterisation in pluripotential clinical high-risk mental state (CHARMS) conditions: methodology of a multicentre observational study. BMJ Open. 13. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-066642

Media coverage and speculation about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on suicide: a content analysis of UK news

Marzano, L., Hawley, M., Fraser, L., Lainez, Y., Marsh, J. and Hawton, K. 2023. Media coverage and speculation about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on suicide: a content analysis of UK news. BMJ Open. 13 (2). https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-065456

Quality traceability for user-centric context-aware systems in intelligent environments

Sakanga, N., Augusto, J., Brodie, L. and Marzano, L. 2022. Quality traceability for user-centric context-aware systems in intelligent environments. Work-07: Digital Innovation for people well-being: Healthcare and Agriculture perspectives . Yokohama, Japan 07 Nov 2022 IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/WF-IoT54382.2022.10152209

"My heart and my brain is what's bleeding, these are just cuts." An interpretative phenomenological analysis of young women's experiences of self-harm

Norman, H., Marzano, L., Oskis, A. and Coulson, M. 2022. "My heart and my brain is what's bleeding, these are just cuts." An interpretative phenomenological analysis of young women's experiences of self-harm. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 13, pp. 1-7. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2022.914109

Have news reports on suicide and attempted suicide during the COVID-19 pandemic adhered to guidance on safer reporting? A UK-wide content analysis study

Marzano, L., Hawley, M., Fraser, L., Harris-Skillma, E., Lainez, Y. and Hawton, K. 2022. Have news reports on suicide and attempted suicide during the COVID-19 pandemic adhered to guidance on safer reporting? A UK-wide content analysis study. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. https://doi.org/10.1027/0227-5910/a000856

Intervening to prevent suicide at railway locations: findings from a qualitative study with front-line staff and rail commuters

Katsampa, D., Mackenzie, J., Crivatu, I. and Marzano, L. 2022. Intervening to prevent suicide at railway locations: findings from a qualitative study with front-line staff and rail commuters. BJPsych Open. 8 (2), pp. 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2022.27

"Hard to say, hard to understand, hard to live": possible associations between neurologic language impairments and suicide risk

Costanza, A., Amerio, A., Aguglia, A., Magnani, L., Serafini, G., Amore, M., Merli, R., Ambrosetti, J., Bondolfi, G., Marzano, L. and Berardelli, I. 2021. "Hard to say, hard to understand, hard to live": possible associations between neurologic language impairments and suicide risk. Brain Sciences. 11 (12). https://doi.org/10.3390/brainsci11121594

"I can’t describe it and they can’t see the rain." an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of self-harm in young adults who report difficulties identifying and describing their feelings

Norman, H., Marzano, L., Oskis, A. and Coulson, M. 2023. "I can’t describe it and they can’t see the rain." an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of self-harm in young adults who report difficulties identifying and describing their feelings. Current Psychology. 42 (12), pp. 10151-10162. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-02273-7

Representing suicide: giving voice to a desire to die?

Marsh, I., Winter, R. and Marzano, L. 2022. Representing suicide: giving voice to a desire to die? Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 26 (1), pp. 10-26. https://doi.org/10.1177/13634593211046843

Suicidal behavior in individuals accused or convicted of child sex abuse or indecent image offenses: systematic review of prevalence and risk factors

Key, R., Underwood, A., Farnham, F., Marzano, L. and Hawton, K. 2021. Suicidal behavior in individuals accused or convicted of child sex abuse or indecent image offenses: systematic review of prevalence and risk factors. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. 51 (4), pp. 715-728. https://doi.org/10.1111/sltb.12749

The relationship between alexithymia and self-harm: the mediating role of mindfulness

Norman, H., Marzano, L., Oskis, A. and Coulson, M. 2021. The relationship between alexithymia and self-harm: the mediating role of mindfulness. Current Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-01553-6

Patterns and motivations for method choices in suicidal thoughts and behaviour: qualitative content analysis of a large online survey

Marzano, L., Katsampa, D., Mackenzie, J., Kruger, A., El-Gharbawi, N., Ffolkes-St-Helene, D., Mohiddin, H. and Fields, B. 2021. Patterns and motivations for method choices in suicidal thoughts and behaviour: qualitative content analysis of a large online survey. BJPsych Open. 7 (2), pp. 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2021.15

First-person accounts of the processes and planning involved in a suicide attempt on the railway

Marsh, I., Marzano, L., Mosse, D. and Mackenzie, J. 2021. First-person accounts of the processes and planning involved in a suicide attempt on the railway. BJPsych Open. 7 (1). https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2020.173

Ketamine treatment for individuals with treatment-resistant depression: a longitudinal qualitative interview study of patient experiences

Lascelles, K., Marzano, L., Brand, F., Trueman, H., McShane, R. and Hawton, K. 2021. Ketamine treatment for individuals with treatment-resistant depression: a longitudinal qualitative interview study of patient experiences. BJPsych Open. 7 (1), pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2020.132

Exposure to and experience of self-harm and self-harm related content: an exploratory network analysis

Kirtley, O., Hussey, I. and Marzano, L. 2021. Exposure to and experience of self-harm and self-harm related content: an exploratory network analysis. Psychiatry Research. 295, pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2020.113572

Reporting on suicidal behaviour and COVID-19—need for caution

Hawton, K., Marzano, L., Fraser, L., Hawley, M., Harris-Skillma, E. and Lainez, Y. 2021. Reporting on suicidal behaviour and COVID-19—need for caution. The Lancet Psychiatry. 8 (1), pp. 15-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(20)30484-3

Overwhelmed and powerless: staff perspectives on mother - infant separations in English prisons

Powell, C., Ciclitira, K. and Marzano, L. 2020. Overwhelmed and powerless: staff perspectives on mother - infant separations in English prisons. Journal of Criminal Psychology. 10 (4), pp. 311-328. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCP-04-2020-0017

Covid-19: the last call for telepsychiatry

Amerio, A., Odone, A., Marzano, L., Costanza, A., Aguglia, A., Serafini, G., Signorelli, C., Ghaemi, S. and Amore, M. 2020. Covid-19: the last call for telepsychiatry. Acta biomedica: Atenei Parmensis. 91 (3). https://doi.org/10.23750/abm.v91i3.10337

The relationship between self-harm and alexithymia: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Norman, H., Oskis, A., Marzano, L. and Coulson, M. 2020. The relationship between self-harm and alexithymia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 61 (6), pp. 855-876. https://doi.org/10.1111/sjop.12668

Qualitative evaluation of a preventive intervention for the offspring of parents with a history of depression

Claus, N., Marzano, L., Loechner, J., Starman, K., Voggt, A., Loy, F., Wermuth, I., Haemmerle, S., Engelmann, L., Bley, M., Schulte-Koerne, G. and Platt, B. 2019. Qualitative evaluation of a preventive intervention for the offspring of parents with a history of depression. BMC Psychiatry. 19 (1), pp. 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-019-2273-6

Effects of ketamine treatment on suicidal ideation: a qualitative study of patients’ accounts following treatment for depression in a UK ketamine clinic

Lascelles, K., Marzano, L., Brand, F., Trueman, H., McShane, R. and Hawton, K. 2019. Effects of ketamine treatment on suicidal ideation: a qualitative study of patients’ accounts following treatment for depression in a UK ketamine clinic. BMJ Open. 9 (8), pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029108

Factors deterring and prompting the decision to attempt suicide on the railway networks: findings from 353 online surveys and 34 semi-structured interviews

Marzano, L., Mackenzie, J., Kruger, A., Borrill, J. and Fields, B. 2019. Factors deterring and prompting the decision to attempt suicide on the railway networks: findings from 353 online surveys and 34 semi-structured interviews. British Journal of Psychiatry. 215 (4), pp. 582-587. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.2018.303

Suicide and suicides attempts in Italian prison epidemiological findings from the “Triveneto” area, 2010-2016

Castelpietra, G., Egidi, L., Caneva, M., Gambino, S., Feresin, T., Mariotto, A., Balestrini, M., De Leo, D. and Marzano, L. 2018. Suicide and suicides attempts in Italian prison epidemiological findings from the “Triveneto” area, 2010-2016. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. 61, pp. 6-12. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijlp.2018.09.005

Effects of mindfulness-based interventions on alexithymia: a systematic review

Norman, H., Marzano, L., Coulson, M. and Oskis, A. 2018. Effects of mindfulness-based interventions on alexithymia: a systematic review. Evidence-Based Mental Health. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebmental-2018-300029

News coverage of suicidal behaviour in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland

Marzano, L., Fraser, L., Scally, M., Farley, S. and Hawton, K. 2018. News coverage of suicidal behaviour in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. 39 (5), pp. 386-396. https://doi.org/10.1027/0227-5910/a000533

Behaviours preceding suicides at railway and underground locations: a multimethodological qualitative approach

Mackenzie, J., Borrill, J., Hawkins, E., Fields, B., Kruger, A., Noonan, I. and Marzano, L. 2018. Behaviours preceding suicides at railway and underground locations: a multimethodological qualitative approach. BMJ Open. 8 (4), pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-021076

Digital technology: coming of age?

Marzano, L., Hollis, C., Cipriani, A. and Malhi, G. 2017. Digital technology: coming of age? Evidence-Based Mental Health. 20 (4), p. 97. https://doi.org/10.1136/eb-2017-102821

Promoting responsible portrayal of suicide: lessons from the UK and the Republic of Ireland

Fraser, L., Marzano, L. and Hawton, K. 2017. Promoting responsible portrayal of suicide: lessons from the UK and the Republic of Ireland. in: Niederkrotenthaler, T. and Stack, S. (ed.) Media and Suicide: International Perspectives on Research, Theory, and Policy Routledge. pp. 227-240

A web-based clinical decision tool to support treatment decision-making in psychiatry: a pilot focus group study with clinicians, patients and carers

Henshall, C., Marzano, L., Smith, K., Attenburrow, M., Puntis, S., Zlodre, J., Kelly, K., Broome, M., Shaw, S., Barrera, A., Molodynski, A., Reid, A., Geddes, J. and Cipriani, A. 2017. A web-based clinical decision tool to support treatment decision-making in psychiatry: a pilot focus group study with clinicians, patients and carers. BMC Psychiatry. 17 (1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-017-1406-z

Mother-infant separations in prison. A systematic attachment-focused review of the academic and grey literature

Powell, C., Ciclitira, K. and Marzano, L. 2017. Mother-infant separations in prison. A systematic attachment-focused review of the academic and grey literature. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. 28 (6), pp. 790-810. https://doi.org/10.1080/14789949.2017.1324580

A sanctuary of tranquillity in a ruptured world: evaluating long-term counselling at a women’s community health centre

Ciclitira, K., Starr, F., Payne, N., Clarke, L. and Marzano, L. 2017. A sanctuary of tranquillity in a ruptured world: evaluating long-term counselling at a women’s community health centre. Feminism & Psychology. 27 (4), pp. 530-552. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959353516685344

Making a difference with ‘smartphone psychology’: can mobile digital technologies help create new insights into self-harming behaviours?

Marzano, L., Al-Ayoubi, L., Bardill, A., Herd, K., Vale, D., Grey, N. and Moran, P. 2017. Making a difference with ‘smartphone psychology’: can mobile digital technologies help create new insights into self-harming behaviours? in: Niven, K., Lewis, S. and Kagan, C. (ed.) Making a Difference with Psychology United Kingdom Richard Benjamin Trust. pp. 139-147

Non-suicidal self-harm amongst incarcerated men: a qualitative study

Marzano, L., Ciclitira, K. and Adler, J. 2016. Non-suicidal self-harm amongst incarcerated men: a qualitative study. Journal of Criminal Psychology. 6 (4), pp. 157-172. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCP-04-2016-0017

Mother-infant separations in prison. A systematic attachment-focused policy review

Powell, C., Marzano, L. and Ciclitira, K. 2017. Mother-infant separations in prison. A systematic attachment-focused policy review. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. 28 (2), pp. 274-289. https://doi.org/10.1080/14789949.2016.1204465

Prevention of suicidal behaviour in prisons: An overview of initiatives based on a systematic review of research on near-lethal suicide attempts

Marzano, L., Hawton, K., Rivlin, A., Smith, E., Piper, M. and Fazel, S. 2016. Prevention of suicidal behaviour in prisons: An overview of initiatives based on a systematic review of research on near-lethal suicide attempts. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. 37 (5), pp. 323-334. https://doi.org/10.1027/0227-5910/a000394

Police and suicide prevention: Evaluation of a training programme

Marzano, L., Smith, M., Long, M., Kisby, C. and Hawton, K. 2016. Police and suicide prevention: Evaluation of a training programme. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. 37 (3), pp. 194-204. https://doi.org/10.1027/0227-5910/a000381

The application of mHealth to mental health: opportunities and challenges

Marzano, L., Bardill, A., Fields, B., Herd, K., Veale, D., Grey, N. and Moran, P. 2015. The application of mHealth to mental health: opportunities and challenges. The Lancet Psychiatry. 2 (10), pp. 942-948. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00268-0

Hard-to-get-at data from difficult-to-access users

Fields, B., Bardill, A., Marzano, L. and Herd, K. 2015. Hard-to-get-at data from difficult-to-access users. 15th IFIP TC 13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction - Interact 2015:. Bamberg, Germany 14 - 18 Sep 2015 Springer. pp. 409-416 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-22723-8_32

Is my work ‘feminist’ enough? Tensions and dilemmas in researching male prisoners who self-harm

Marzano, L. 2007. Is my work ‘feminist’ enough? Tensions and dilemmas in researching male prisoners who self-harm. Feminism & Psychology.

Evaluation of long-term counselling at a community health service for women who are on a low income

Payne, N., Ciclitira, K., Starr, F., Marzano, L. and Brunswick, N. 2015. Evaluation of long-term counselling at a community health service for women who are on a low income. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 15 (2), pp. 79-87. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2013.877513

Responding to repetitive, non-suicidal self-harm in an English male prison: staff experiences, reactions, and concerns

Marzano, L., Adler, J. and Ciclitira, K. 2013. Responding to repetitive, non-suicidal self-harm in an English male prison: staff experiences, reactions, and concerns. Legal and Criminological Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/lcrp.12025

Psychosocial characteristics and social networks of suicidal prisoners: towards a model of suicidal behaviour in detention

Rivlin, A., Hawton, K., Marzano, L. and Fazel, S. 2013. Psychosocial characteristics and social networks of suicidal prisoners: towards a model of suicidal behaviour in detention. PLoS ONE. 8 (7), pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0068944

Self-harm in prisons: dominant models and (mis)understandings

Marzano, L. 2010. Self-harm in prisons: dominant models and (mis)understandings. in: Adler, J. and Gray, J. (ed.) Forensic psychology: concepts, debates and practice Willan. pp. 486-507

Interviewing survivors of near-lethal self-harm: a novel approach for investigating suicide amongst prisoners

Marzano, L., Rivlin, A., Fazel, S. and Hawton, K. 2009. Interviewing survivors of near-lethal self-harm: a novel approach for investigating suicide amongst prisoners. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 16 (3), pp. 152-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jflm.2008.08.011

Psychiatric disorders in male prisoners who made near-lethal suicide attempts: case-control study

Rivlin, A., Hawton, K., Marzano, L. and Fazel, S. 2010. Psychiatric disorders in male prisoners who made near-lethal suicide attempts: case-control study. The British Journal of Psychiatry. 197 (4), pp. 313-319. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.bp.110.077883

Psychiatric disorders in women prisoners who have engaged in near-lethal self-harm: case–control study

Marzano, L., Fazel, S., Rivlin, A. and Hawton, K. 2010. Psychiatric disorders in women prisoners who have engaged in near-lethal self-harm: case–control study. The British Journal of Psychiatry. 197 (3), pp. 219-226. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.bp.109.075424

Psychosocial influences on prisoner suicide: a case-control study of near-lethal self-harm in women prisoners

Marzano, L., Hawton, K., Rivlin, A. and Fazel, S. 2011. Psychosocial influences on prisoner suicide: a case-control study of near-lethal self-harm in women prisoners. Social Science & Medicine. 72 (6), pp. 874-883. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.12.028

Impact on prisoners of participating in research interviews related to near-lethal suicide attempts

Rivlin, A., Marzano, L., Hawton, K. and Fazel, S. 2012. Impact on prisoners of participating in research interviews related to near-lethal suicide attempts. Journal of Affective Disorders. 136 (1), pp. 54-62. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2011.09.009

Studying survivors of near-lethal suicide attempts as a proxy for completed suicide in prisons

Rivlin, A., Fazel, S., Marzano, L. and Hawton, K. 2012. Studying survivors of near-lethal suicide attempts as a proxy for completed suicide in prisons. Forensic Science International. 220 (1), pp. 19-26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2012.01.022

A typology of male prisoners making near-lethal suicide attempts

Rivlin, A., Ferris, R., Marzano, L., Fazel, S. and Hawton, K. 2013. A typology of male prisoners making near-lethal suicide attempts. Crisis. 34 (5), pp. 335-347.

The suicidal process in male prisoners making near-lethal suicide attempts

Rivlin, A., Fazel, S., Marzano, L. and Hawton, K. 2013. The suicidal process in male prisoners making near-lethal suicide attempts. Psychology, Crime and Law. 19 (4), pp. 305-327. https://doi.org/10.1080/1068316X.2011.631540

Women counsellors' experiences of personal therapy: A thematic analysis

Ciclitira, K., Starr, F., Marzano, L., Brunswick, N. and Costa, A. 2012. Women counsellors' experiences of personal therapy: A thematic analysis. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 12 (2), pp. 136-145. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2011.645050

Comfort and challenge: A thematic analysis of female clinicians’ experiences of supervision

Starr, F., Ciclitira, K., Marzano, L., Brunswick, N. and Costa, A. 2013. Comfort and challenge: A thematic analysis of female clinicians’ experiences of supervision. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 86 (3), pp. 334-351. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.2044-8341.2012.02063.x

The impact of prison staff responses on self-harming behaviours: prisoners’ perspectives

Marzano, L., Ciclitira, K. and Adler, J. 2011. The impact of prison staff responses on self-harming behaviours: prisoners’ perspectives. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 51 (1), pp. 4-18. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.2044-8260.2010.02007.x

Near-lethal self-harm in women prisoners: contributing factors and psychological processes

Marzano, L., Fazel, S., Rivlin, A. and Hawton, K. 2011. Near-lethal self-harm in women prisoners: contributing factors and psychological processes. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. 22 (6), pp. 863-884. https://doi.org/10.1080/14789949.2011.617465

Self-harm in a men's prison: staff's and prisoners' perspectives.

Marzano, L. 2007. Self-harm in a men's prison: staff's and prisoners' perspectives. PhD thesis Middlesex University School of Health and Social Sciences

Visuospatial superiority in developmental dyslexia: myth or reality?

Brunswick, N., Martin, G. and Marzano, L. 2010. Visuospatial superiority in developmental dyslexia: myth or reality? Learning and Individual Differences. 20 (5), pp. 421-426. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2010.04.007

To be or not to be … a psychologist: critical and feminist dilemmas.

Ciclitira, K., Capdevila, R., Marzano, L. and Adams, E. 2008. To be or not to be … a psychologist: critical and feminist dilemmas. 2008 BPS Annual Conference.. Dublin 04 Feb 2008

Counsellors’ experiences of working as volunteers at a women’s service.

Costa, A., Ciclitira, K. and Marzano, L. 2008. Counsellors’ experiences of working as volunteers at a women’s service. 2008 Psychology of Women Section 21st Anniversary Conference on 'Rights and Changes'.. Cumberland Lodge, The Great Park, Windsor.

The impact of personal psychotherapy and supervision on volunteer counsellors.

Ciclitira, K., Marzano, L., Starr, F., Brunswick, N., Costa, A. and Berger, S. 2009. The impact of personal psychotherapy and supervision on volunteer counsellors. 2009 BPS Annual Conference. Brighton, UK 01 - 03 Apr 2009

Afghan nationals in the UK: professional capacity and views on return

Sales, R., Blitz, B. and Marzano, L. 2002. Afghan nationals in the UK: professional capacity and views on return. Research commissioned by Refugee Action and the International Organization for Migration, London..

Justice and care: theorising the 'new man' and the 'caring father.'

Marzano, L., Capdevila, R., Ciclitira, K. and Lazard, L. 2009. Justice and care: theorising the 'new man' and the 'caring father.'. Psychology of Women Secton Review. 11 (2), pp. 11-20.

Visuo-spatial ability and dyslexia: is there a male global advantage?

Brunswick, N., Martin, G. and Marzano, L. 2008. Visuo-spatial ability and dyslexia: is there a male global advantage? British Dyslexia Association International Conference, 2008 [Dyslexia: making links]. Harrogate, York 27 - 29 Mar 2008

Supporting staff working with prisoners who self harm: a survey of support services for staff dealing with self-harm in prisons in England and Wales

Marzano, L. and Adler, J. 2007. Supporting staff working with prisoners who self harm: a survey of support services for staff dealing with self-harm in prisons in England and Wales. International Journal of Prisoner Health. 3 (4), pp. 268-282. https://doi.org/10.1080/17449200701682501

Being young feminists: discussions and (dis)contents

Adams, E., DelBusso, L., Foster, N., Majumdar, A., Marzano, L. and Papadima, M. 2007. Being young feminists: discussions and (dis)contents. Feminism & Psychology.

Visuo-spatial ability, handedness and developmental dyslexia: just how sinister was Andy Warhol?

Brunswick, N., Martin, G. and Marzano, L. 2007. Visuo-spatial ability, handedness and developmental dyslexia: just how sinister was Andy Warhol? 25th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology. Bressanone, Italy 21 - 26 Jan 2007

Being a man: justice and care.

Capdevila, R., Ciclitira, K., Lazard, L. and Marzano, L. 2006. Being a man: justice and care. Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference 2005.. University of Huddersfield. The British Psychological Society.

Non voluntary return? The politics of refugee return to Afghanistan

Sales, R., Blitz, B. and Marzano, L. 2005. Non voluntary return? The politics of refugee return to Afghanistan. Political Studies. 53 (1), pp. 182-200.

Theoretical and ethical issues in conducting research at a women’s centre.

Ciclitira, K. and Marzano, L. 2004. Theoretical and ethical issues in conducting research at a women’s centre. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. 12 (2).

Theoretical and ethical issues in conducting research at a women’s health centre.

Ciclitira, K., Marzano, L., Brunswick, N., Starr, F. and Berger, S. 2004. Theoretical and ethical issues in conducting research at a women’s health centre. Psychology of Women Section Review. 6 (1), pp. 60-69.
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