Position

Director
Centre for Remote Health

Biography

Prior to undertaking studies in psychology Tim worked in schools as a preschool teacher then a special education teacher and, finally, a behaviour management specialist. His PhD research topic was countercontrol and he investigated the extent to which 10 to 12 year old school children in a variety of schools reported countercontroling their teachers. Between 2002 and 2007 he worked in the National Health Service in Scotland as a clinical psychologist in the area of adult primary care. In that time he developed and began evaluating an approach to psychotherapy called the Method of Levels which is based on Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). Tim is interested in the change process in psychotherapy and has used qualitative methodologies to investigate this process. He also completed an MSc in Statistics at the University of St Andrews while he was working in Scotland and has since completed a postgradate certificate of biostatistics.

Qualifications

PhD (Clinical Psychology)

MSc (Statistics)

Postgraduate Certificate of Biostatistics

BA Hons I (Psychology)

Grad Dip Spec Ed (Severely to Profoundly Multiply Handicapped)

Dip T (Prim and Pre)

Key responsibilities

Director, Centre for Remote Health, Alice Springs

Research expertise

  • Health services research
  • Psychology

Research interests

Control, countercontrol, internal conflict, Perceptual Control Theory, Method of Levels, change processes in psychotherapy, efficiency and effectiveness of psychological treatments, patient-led therapy.

Supervisory interests

  • Method of levels, control, countercontrol

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : work motivation in rural and remote locations (1) ; Remote hospital program, health care reforms, realist evaluation (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Psychological change in youth (University of Canberra (1) ; Client-led treatment (La Trobe University) (1) ;

Completion

Associate supervisor : Change processes in psychotherapy (Wolverhampton University) (1) ;

Publications

  • Carey, T.A. and McDermott, D.R. (2017). Engaging Indigenous People in Mental Health Services in Australia. In Ross G. White, Sumeet Jain, David M. R. Orr, Ursula Read, ed. The Palgrave Handbook of Sociocultural Perspectives on Global Mental Health. United Kingdom: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 565-588.
    [10.1057/978-1-137-39510-8_27]
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Boundaries: A pluralistic perspective and illustrative case study of the patient-led approach to appointment scheduling. In M. Cooper and W. Dryden, ed. The Handbook of Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage Publications, pp. 288-299.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2015). Method of Levels Therapy. In Edward S. Neukrug, ed. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. California, United States of America: SAGE Publications, Inc, pp. 1-1.
    [Web Link]
  • Mansell, W. and Carey, T. (2013). Dissociation: Perceptual control theory as an integrative framework for clinical interventions. In F kennedy, H Kennerley & D Parsons, ed. Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Dissociation. Hove, UK: Routledge, pp. 221-235.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T.A. (2010). Will you follow while they lead? Introducing a patient-led approach to low intensity CBT interventions. In Bennett-Levy, J., Richards, D., Farrand, P., Christensen, H., Griffiths, K., Kavanagh, D., Klein, B., Lau, M. A., Proudfoot, J., Ritterband, L., Williams, C., and White, J., ed. Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 331-338.
  • Carey, T. and Carey, M. (1999). The intervention team: Jewel in the crown of RTP. In Edward E Ford, ed. Discipline for Home and School Book 2: Practical Standards for Schools. Scottsdale, United States of America: Brandt Publishing, pp. 66-81.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (1997). How I became an RTP trainer. In Edward E Ford, ed. Discipline for Home and School: Book One. NA: Brandt Publishing, pp. 219-225.
    [Web Link]
  • Sutton, K., Waller, S., Fisher, K., Farthing, A.R., McAnnally, K., Russell, D., et al. (2016). Understanding the Decision to Relocate Rural Amongst Urban Nursing and Allied Health Students and Recent Graduates. Newborough: Monash University Department of Rural Health.
  • Carey, T.A., Mansell, W. and Tai, S. (2015). Principles-Based Counselling and Psychotherapy: A Method of Levels approach. Carey, Timothy; Mansell, Warren; Tai, Sara, ed. UK: Routledge.
    [Web Link]
  • Marken, R.S. and Carey, T.A. (2015). Controlling People: The Paradoxical Nature of Being Human. Australia: Australian Academic Press.
  • Knight, S.M., White, A., Steiner, C., Del Mar, C., Connors, C., Vaughan, F.A., et al. (Eds.). (2014). CARPA Standard Treatment Manual: a clinic manual for primary health care practitioners in remote and Indigenous health services in Central and Northern Australia. 6th ed. Alice Springs, Northern Territory: Centre for Remote Health.
    [Web Link]
  • Knight, S.M., White, A., Steiner, C., Del Mar, C., Connors, C., Vaughan, F.A., et al. (Eds.). (2014). Clinical procedures manual for remote and rural practice: supporting clinical practice in the bush. 3rd ed. Alice Springs, Northern Territory: Centre for Remote Health.
    [Web Link]
  • Mansell, W., Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2013). A Transdiagnostic Approach to CBT Using Method of Levels Theory. W Dryden, ed. Hove, UK: Routledge.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2012). Control in the classroom: An adventure in learning and achievement. Hayward, USA: Living Control Systems Publishing.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Hold that thought! Two steps to effective counseling and psychotherapy with the Method of Levels. Chapel Hill, NC: New View Publishing.
  • Carey, T. (2006). The method of levels: How to do psychotherapy without getting in the way. Nevin, Bruce., ed. Hayward, CA, USA: Living Control Systems Publishing.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. and Carey, M. (2001). RTP Intervention Processes: A New Approach for Working with Students Whose Successful Participation in Educational Activities Is Chronically Reduced. Australia: Andrew Thompson Publishing.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Looking after #1: an innovative approach to improving the self-care of remote health professionals. Rethinking Remote - Innovative Solutions in Remote Health Care Conference, Eden Court, Inverness Scotland. May 2016.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Adopting a child’s eye view for promoting mental health in schools. Caring for Country Kids Conference. Alice Springs. Apr 2016.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Psychology that matters: Applying a social determinants of health approach in everyday psychology in practice. 2016 Congress of the Australian Psychological Society. Sep 2016.
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). RCTs: Problems and Alternatives. European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Annual Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Sep 2016, pp. 558.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Rural and Remote Primary Care: An ideal setting for scientist-practitioner psychologists. 2016 Congress of the Australian Psychological Society, Sep 2016.
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). The APS and the Importance of Unity. APS 2016 Golden Jubilee Celebration. Jul 2016.
  • Carey, T.A. and Tai, S. (2016). Making Cognitive Therapy Work : A Focus on Principles. European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Annual Conference, Sep 2016.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Using an “Efficiency Ratio” to Quantify the Efficiency of Treatment: A tool for clinicians, managers, and policy makers. European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Annual Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Sep 2016, pp. 557-557.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T.A. (2015). Identifying and addressing conflict as a source of psychological distress. British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)43rd Annual Conference & Workshops. Warwick England. Jul 2015.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T.A. (2015). Primary mental health care in rural and remote Australia: A frontier of opportunities for psychologists. In 50th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. 50th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T.A. (2015). MindSurf: A new iPhone app to enhance awareness for improved mental health and wellbeing. British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) 43rd Annual Conference & Workshops.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2014). Treating mental health in remote & Indigenous communities: What do remote practitioners need? 46th annual conference of The Council of Ambulance Authorities Paper. Darwin. Aug 2014.
  • Buchan, C., Galbraith, V. and Carey, T. (2013). An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis investigation into men's experience of psychological change without psychotherapy (Poster) In Empowerment and the Human Spirit: Widening the Evidence Base. The British Psychological Association Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference. Cardiff, UK. Jul 2013.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Patient-led Primary Care Mental Health Treatment: Efficient and Effective. In Psychology for a Healthy Nation. 48th Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Cairns. Oct 2013.
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  • Carey, T., Tai, S. and Stiles, W. (2013). Effective and efficient: Using patient-led appointment scheduling in routine mental health practice in remote Australia. Society for Psychotherapy Research 44th International Meeting. Brisbane. Jul 2013.
  • Carey, T., Hawke, C., Wallace, C. and Mulladad, M. (2013). Learnings from the Santa Teresa social and emotional wellbeing program. In Strong Commitment, Bright Future. 12th National Rural Health Conference. Adelaide.
  • Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2013). The Method of Levels: A transdiagnostic approach to increasing the efficiency and impact of CBT. 41st Annual Conference and Workshops. London, United Kingdom. Jul 2013.
  • Carey, T. (2013). The Method of Levels: Effective and efficient. In British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. 41st Annual Conference & Workshops. London, UK. Jul 2013.
  • Carey, T. (2013). The Method of Levels: A transdiagnostic approach to effective and efficient patient-centred treatment in rural and remote Australia. 48th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Cairns, Australia. Oct 2013.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Self-organisation in therapy: Treatment duration, appointment scheduling, and change process. In Society for Psychotherapy Research. 44th Annual International Meeting. Brisbane, Australia. Jul 2013.
    [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Patient-led Primary Care Mental Health Treatment: Efficient and effective. 48th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Oct 2013.
  • Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2012). How to Enhance the Therapeutic Value of the Therapeutic Relationship. In Leeds 2012. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Leeds, England. Jun 2012.
  • Carey, T. (2012). Using the Therapeutic Relationship for change: A focus on how things work. In Leeds 2012. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Leeds, England. Jun 2012.
  • Carey, T. (2012). Reorganisation: The change you had to have. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Leeds, England. Jun 2012.
  • Carey, T. (2012). Reorganisation: The change you had to have. In Leeds 2012. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Leeds, England. Jun 2012.
  • Carey, T. (2012). Improving Access to Psychology Services through the Public Mental Health Service. In Putting people first: Mental Health Initiatives in Australian Rural and Remote Communities. 4th Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium. Adelaide. Nov 2012.
  • Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2012). Perceptual Control Theory: Understanding and treating mental health disorders from the inside looking out. Psychiatry Grand Round; Department of Psychiatry, Flinders Medical Centre. Adelaide. Sep 2012.
  • Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2012). Perceptual Control Theory: Understanding and treating mental health disorders from the inside looking out. Psychiatry Grand Round. Adelaide, Australia. Sep 2012.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Improving access by changing perspective: A focus on "how" rather than "what". Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Surrey, England.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Exposure: A transdiagnostic element of successful cognitive and behavioural techniques. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Surrey, England.
  • Carey, T. (2011). The untapped potential of primary care psychology - A Scottish case study. Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Canberra, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2011). You can't make me! Reconsidering behaviour in terms of control and countercontrol. Department of Psychological Medicine Seminar, Women and Children's Hospital. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Where is the complexity in complex cases - in the lives of the clients or the minds of the clinicians? Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Surrey, England.
  • Carey, T.A. (2010). MOL: Rolling with punches. In Abstracts: Manchester 2010 38th Annual Conference of BABCP. 38th Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Manchester. Jul 2010.
  • Carey, T.A. (2010). MOL: A methodical and systematic beginning. In Abstracts: Manchester 2010 38th Annual Conference of BABCP. 38th Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Manchester. Jul 2010.
  • Carey, T.A. (2010). A measure of restraint. In Abstracts: Manchester 2010 38th Annual Conference of BABCP. 38th Annual British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Manchester, UK. Jul 2010.
  • Carey, T.A. (2010). A case study of the effectiveness of the Method of Levels. In 2010 Australian Regional Group Meeting. Society for Psychotherapy Research 2010 Australian Regional Group Meeting. Newcastle. Dec 2010.
  • Carey, T. (2010). PCT: A right turn for researchers. PCT50 Conference. Manchester, England.
  • Carey, T. (2010). MOL: Rolling with the punches. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Manchester, England.
  • Carey, T.A. (2010). Patients in control: Enhancing recovery and resilience with the Method of Levels. In 38th Annual British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. 38th Annual British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Manchester. Jul 2010.
  • Mansell, W. and Carey, T.A. (2010). The wings of change: A focus on how effective psychotherapy is effective. In 2010 Australian Regional Group Meeting. Society for Psychotherapy Research 2010 Australian Regional Group Meeting. Newcastle. Dec 2010.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Patients in control: Improving the efficiency of services through patient-led treatment. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Exeter, England.
  • Carey, T. (2009). In control: An examination of the role of control in the formulation and treatment of psychological problems. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Exeter, England.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Don't stop 'til you get enough: Empirical justification for adopting a patient-led approach to the issue of treatment length. 44th APS Annual Conference. Darwin, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Don't stop 'til you get enough: Adopting a patient-led approach to the issue of treatment length. Annual Regional Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Countercontrol: A forgotten interaction. 44th APS Annual Conference. Darwin, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2009). A naturalistic investigation of the effectiveness of the Method of Levels. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Exeter, England.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Psychological change from the inside looking out: A qualitative investigation. Annual International Meeting of the Society for Pyschotherapy Research. Santiago, Chile.
  • Lynd-Stevenson, R.M., Carey, T. and Rickwood, D. (2009). Controversies and debates regarding the better access initiative: evidence-based practice and clinical interventions in the community. In 44th APS Annual Conference. 44th APS Annual Conference. Darwin, NT. Sep 2009.
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  • Carey, T. (2009). Understanding and enhancing patient control with the Method of Levels. Annual Conference of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Exeter, England.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Perceptual Control Theory and the Method of Levels: Further contributions to a transdiagnostic perspective. Australian Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy National Conference. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Perceptual conflict, as the Achilles heel of perceptual control, offers a unifying approach to the formulation of psychological problems. Australian Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy National Conference. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2007). Helping people resolve psychological distress by regaining control. British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Brighton, England.
  • Carey, T. (2007). Exploring the theoretical, therapeutic, and organisational implications of PCT. V World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. Barcelona, Spain.
  • Carey, T. (2007). Clients leading the way: A new way of working for psychologists. Division of Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society. London, England.
  • Carey, T. (2007). Perceptual conflict, as the Achilles heel of perceptual control, offers a unifying approach to the formulation of psychological problems. Control Systems Group Conference, Manchester University. Manchester, England.
  • Carey, T., Carey, M., Mullan, R., Spratt, C. and Spratt, M. (2007). Examining the effectiveness of the Method of Levels. British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Brighton, England.
  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2007). Patients taking the lead. A naturalistic investigation of a patient led approach to treatment in primary care. V World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. Barcelona, Spain.
  • Carey, T. (2007). The Method of Levels: Helping people resolve psychological distress by regaining control. Control Systems Group Conference, Manchester University. Manchester, England.
  • Carey, T. (2006). Focussing on what works with mindfulness and metacognition: An introduction to the Method of Levels. Annual Conference of the British Association for Behavioural and Coginitive Psychotherapies. Warwick, England.
  • Carey, T. (2006). Studying psychology from the inside looking out: Perceptual Control Theory and the Method of Levels. School of Psychology, University of Manchester. Manchester, England.
  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2006). Patients in charge: A naturalistic investigation of a patient led approach to treatment in primary care. Annual Conference of the British Associatin for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Warwick, England.
  • Carey, T. (2005). The Method of Levels Pre-Conference Three-Day Workshop. Annual Conference of the control Systems Group. Guelph, Canada.
  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2005). Patients in charge. Annual COnference of the United Kingdom Federation of Primary Care Research Organisations.
  • Carey, T. (2005). Patient decision making with regard to the delivery of psychological treatment. Annual Conference of the Control Systems Group. Guelph, Canada.
  • Carey, T. (2005). Psychological distress from the inside looking out: Applying the principles of perceptual control theory to help people resolve psychological problems. School of Psychology, University of Manchester. Manchester, England.
  • Carey, T. (2004). Can patients specify treatment parameters? Annual Conference of the Scottish Branch of the British Psychological Society. Pitlochry, Scotland.
  • Carey, T. (2002). Countercontrol in Schools: How often does it occur and what factors are associated with its occurrence? Annual Conference of the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society. Portrush, Northern Ireland.
  • Carey, T. (2001). Rethinking and redesigning whole-staff approaches to school discipline. Workshops and presentations to secondary schools. Singapore.
  • Carey, T. (2001). A new approach to the roles and responsibilities of teachers. Managing Behaviour in the New Millenium Conference. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Carey, T. (2001). The consequences of countercontrol. School Discipline Conference. Pukekohe, New Zealand.
  • Carey, T. (2000). Clinical conditions and classroom settings. Annual International Repsonsible Thinking Press Conference. Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Carey, T. (2000). What are we managing when we manage behaviour? Biannual Resource Teacher - Learning and Behaviour Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Carey, T. (1999). A structured interview proforma for assessing the intent of bullies. Annual Control Systems Group Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Carey, T. (1999). Results from a preliminary investigation into students' countercontrol responses. Annual International Responsible Thinking Process Conference. Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Carey, T.A. (2015). Global Mental Health and Neuroscience: Different synergies are required. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2(6) pp. 489-490.
    [10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00053-X] [Scopus]
  • Mansell, W. and Carey, T. (2014). Consider human will in psychology studies. Nature, 513 pp. 172-172.
    [10.1038/513172e] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T., Mansell, W., Tai, S. and Turkington, D. (2014). Conflicted control systems: the neural architecture of trauma. The Lancet Psychiatry, 1 pp. 316-318.
    [10.1016/S2215-0366(14)70306-2] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Mental health: integration is the key to the revolution. Lancet, 382(9902) pp. 1403-1404.
    [10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62214-X] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Psychology: Realising the potential. In-Psych, 35(3) pp. 18-18.
    [10.1037/0090-5550.53.2.111] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Real 'partnership' or crafty gimmick? Australian Teacher Magazine, 9(8) pp. 31-31.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Damn smoke 'n' mirrors (or DSM for short) In-Psych, 35 pp. 20-20.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Clarifying your school's core business. Australian Teacher Magazine, 9(9) pp. 35-35.
  • Carey, T. (2013). A powerful lesson in school values. Australian Teacher Magazine, 9(10) pp. 34-34.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Rewarding classroom experiences. Australian Teacher Magazine, 9(7) pp. 36-36.
  • May, J., Carey, T. and Curry, R. (2013). Social determinants of health: Whose responsibility? Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21(3) pp. 139-140.
    [10.1111/ajr.12050] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Time to say goodbye and good luck. Australian Teacher Magazine, 9(11) pp. 38.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Thomas Szasz: rebel with a questionable cause. Lancet, 381(9862) pp. 203.
    [10.1016/S0140-6736(13)60089-6] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2013). The problem with the DSM-5 is the DSM not the 5. Australasian Psychiatry, 21(4) pp. 409.
    [10.1177/1039856213491994] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Self-evaluation an important skill. Australian Teacher Magazine, 9(6) pp. 38-38.
  • Carey, T. (2012). Learning and behaviour - Pt. II. Australian Teacher Magazine, 8(5) pp. 29-29.
  • Carey, T. (2012). It's good to know when to say no. Australian Teacher Magazine, 8(6) pp. 37-37.
  • Bulbrook, K., Carey, T., Lenthall, S., Byers, L. and Behan, K. (2012). Treating mental health in remote communities: what do remote health practitioners need? Rural and Remote Health, 12(2346) pp. 1-3.
    [Scopus] [Web Link] [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2012). 'Antipsychotics: is it time to introduce patient choice?' British Journal of Psychiatry, 201(2) pp. 83-84.
    [10.1192/bjp.bp.112.112110] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2012). Re 'Antipsychotics: is it time to introduce patient choice?' British Journal of Psychiatry, 201 pp. 83.
  • Canny, S., Carey, T. and Thomson, D. (2011). Enhancing health and wellbeing in regional, rural and remote Australia through professional networking. In-Psych, October pp. 21.
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  • Carey, T. (2011). Dealing with the perils of the 'e' age. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(8) pp. 23-23.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Don't suspend them, support them. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(6) pp. 19-19.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Hard work brings about its own rewards. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(11) pp. 23-23.
  • Carey, T. (2011). How does we assess teacher quality? Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(3) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2011). How does your enthusiasm rate? Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(1) pp. 22-22.
  • Carey, T. (2011). It's true, the sky really is the limit. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(9) pp. 23-23.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Little Albert - were we all duped? Psychologist, 24(10) pp. 712.
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  • Carey, T. (2011). Nature's fury unsettling for many. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(2) pp. 22-22.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Right climate for psychology of success. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(7) pp. 23-23.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Success more about drive than genes. Australian Teacher Magazine, 7(10) pp. 28-28.
  • Carey, T., Bell-Booth, R., Eivers, A., Coyne, J., Madgen, C. and Nixon, R. (2011). Going bush: The experience of remote postgraduate psychology placements. In-Psych, June pp. 26-27.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2011). A question of perspective (Letter to the Editor) Psychologist, 24(3) pp. 156-157.
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  • Carey, T.A. and Pilgrim, D. (2011). Is IAPT the only political option? (Letter to the Editor) Psychologist, 24(1) pp. 232-233.
    [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. (2010). Some of the people all of the time. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(3) pp. 29-29.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Same words - different meanings. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(10) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Much to be learned from mistakes. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(8) pp. 25-25.
  • Carey, T. (2010). It's important to find time for you. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(2) pp. 18-18.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Finnish fun proves the power of play. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(8) pp. 23-23.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Which teachers do you remember? Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(5) pp. 25-25.
  • Carey, T. (2010). A place for disobedience and obedience. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(7) pp. 31-31.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Some spontaneity just for the heck of it. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(4) pp. 17-17.
  • Carey, T. (2010). The power of teachers to influence lives. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(11) pp. 19-19.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Using your break to best advantage. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(1) pp. 16-16.
  • Carey, T. (2010). Engaging Pygmalion in the classroom. Australian Teacher Magazine, 6(6) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Optimism the best medicine in class. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(7) pp. 15-15.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Let your kids know what's coming up. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(10) pp. 15-15.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Kicking a few goals in the classroom. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(3) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Is it learning, educating, or schooling? Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(4) pp. 15-15.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Curious case of rewards, punishment. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(8) pp. 17-17.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Coping with the fallout when tragedy strikes. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(2) pp. 22-22.
  • Carey, T. (2009). 'Why' questions can help you kick goals. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(1) pp. 19-19.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Power of productive problem-solving. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(11) pp. 27-27.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Understanding bullies helps prevention. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(9) pp. 17-17.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Trotting out a few swine flu positives. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(6) pp. 13-13.
  • Carey, T. (2009). Tragedy shows need for self-evaluation. Australian Teacher Magazine, 5(5) pp. 19-19.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Making things happen the way I want. Australian Teacher Magazine, 4(6) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Raising the issue of countercontrol. Australian Teacher Magazine, 4(4) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Reflections help in focussing on future. Australian Teacher Magazine, 4(8) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Thumbs up for Little Albert. Psychologist, 21 pp. 990.
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  • Carey, T. (2008). Thumbs up for Little Albert. The Psychologist, 21(11) pp. 990.
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  • Carey, T. (2008). Trick is to set yourself achievable goals. Australian Teacher Magazine, 4(7) pp. 23-23.
  • Carey, T. (2007). Reply - 'Psychological change: What changes and how does it occur? A critical review' Counselling Psychology Review, 22(2) pp. 47-48.
  • Carey, T. and Kemp, K. (2007). Access to psychological treatment: Are we ready for the consequences of leaving it up to patients? Clinical Psychology Forum, 178 pp. 33-36.
  • Carey, T., Mullan, R. and Carey, M. (2007). Patient lead treatment: An idea whose time has come. Clinical Psychology Forum, 177 pp. 9-12.
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  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2007). There is no waiting list in this area. CBT Today, 22(4) pp. 20-29.
  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2007). Socratic questioning in psychotherapy: A history of crossed purposes. Counselling Psychology Review, 22(4) pp. 20-29.
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  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2007). GP referral guidelines: Is there another side to the coin? Clinical Psychology Forum, 170 pp. 29-32.
    [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2006). Maths and stats. The Psychologist, 19(4) pp. 209.
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  • Carey, T., Carey, M., Stalker, K., Mullan, R., Murray, L. and Spratt, M. (2006). The flick of a switch: What happens when clients realise that yes, they can change? Mental Health Today, pp. 30-33.
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  • Carey, T. (2006). Maths and stats. Psychologist, 19(4) pp. 209-209.
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  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2004). What is Socratic questioning? Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy, 41(3) pp. 217-226.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2017). When are confidential Board processes not confidential?
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). The Method of Levels: A transdiagnostic approach to effective and efficient patient-perspective treatment.
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). That Individual Happiness is the Path to World Peace (Affirmative side).
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Improving access to psychological treatment with patient-led appointment scheduling. november pp. 28-31.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians from the Australian Psychological Society.
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). The Method of Levels: A transdiagnostic approach to effective and efficient patient-perspective treatment.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Looking back helps in looking forward. Australian Teacher Magazine. February(9) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Pondering the purpose of stickers. Australian Teacher Magazine. May(9) pp. 32-32.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Psychology: Realising the potential. InPsych. 35 pp. 18-18.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Real 'Partnership' or Crafty Gimmick? Australian Teacher Magazine. September(9) pp. 31-31.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Rewarding Classroom Experiences. Australian Teacher Magazine. August(9) pp. 36-36.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Forging relationships with parents. Australian Teacher Magazine. April(9) pp. 32-32.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Damn smoke 'n' mirrors (or DSM for short). InPsych. 35 pp. 20-20.
  • Carey, T. (2013). Clues to help motivation strategies. Australian Teacher Magazine. June(9) pp. 31-31.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Clarifying Your School's Core Business. Australian Teacher Magazine. October(9) pp. 35-35.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Behaviour always jointly produced. Australian Teacher Magazine. March(9) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). A Powerful Lesson in School Values. Australian Teacher Magazine. November(9) pp. 34-34.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). Self-Evaluation an Important Skill. Australian Teacher Magazine. July(9) pp. 38-38.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Be clear about the purpose of helping. Australian Teacher Magazine. October(8) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Control is not a dirty word. Australian Teacher Magazine. August(8) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). What exactly is lifelong learning? Australian Teacher Magazine. November(8) pp. 43.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). What are your expectations for 2012? Australian Teacher Magazine. April(8) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Striving to help them think they can. 8(2) pp. 25-25.
  • Carey, T. (2012). Rethinking encouragement devices. Australian Teacher Magazine. May(8) pp. 40-40.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Nourishing minds as well as bodies. Australian Teacher Magazine. December(8) pp. 37.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Help them think for themselves. Australian Teacher Magazine. September(8) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). It's good to know when to say no. Australian Teacher Magazine. July(8) pp. 37-37.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Learning and Behaviour - Pt II. Australian Teacher Magazine. June(8) pp. 29-29.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Making deliberate practice effective. 1 pp. 31-31.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Getting a perspective on motivation. 7(5) pp. 22-22.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Role clarity and making a difference. 7(4) pp. 20-20.
  • Carey, T. (2011). Nature's fury unsettling for many. 7(2) pp. 22-22.
  • Carey, T. (2011). How does your enthusiasm rate. 1 pp. 22-22.
  • Carey, T. (2011). How do we assess teacher quality? 7(3) pp. 21-21.
  • Carey, T. (2002). Countercontrol in schools: How often does it happen and what factors are associated with its occurrence?
  • Moore, K.A., Carey, T.A. and Wall, C. (2015). Influences on women in rural and regional areas help-seeking behaviour during the perinatal period. In Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium Symposium - Symposium Proceedings 2015. Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association. 7th Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium. Novotel Forest Resort Creswick, VIC. Oct 2015, pp. 39-52.
  • Carey, T.A., Tai, S., Mansell, W., Huddy, V., Griffiths, R. and Marken, R.S. (2017). Improving Professional Psychological Practice Through an Increased Repertoire of Research Methodologies: Illustrated by the Development of MOL. PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY-RESEARCH AND PRACTICE,
  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Beyond patient-centered care: Enhancing the patient experience in mental health services through patient-perspective care. Patient Experience Journal, 3(2) pp. 46-49.
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  • Carey, T.A. and Stiles, W.B. (2016). Some Problems with Randomized Controlled Trials and some viable alternatives. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 23 pp. 87-95.
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  • Carey, T.A., Schouten, K.M., Wakerman, J., Humphreys, J.S., Miegel, F., Murphy, S., et al. (2016). Improving the Quality of Life of Palliative and Chronic Disease Patients and Carers in Remote Australia with the Establishment of a Day Respite Facility. BMC Palliative Care, 15 pp. Art: 62.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2016). Health is control. ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, 2(1) pp. Art: 13.
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  • Carey, T.A., haviland, J., Tai, S., Vanags, T. and Mansell, W. (2016). MindSurf: a pilot study to assess the usability and acceptability of a smartphone app designed to promote contentment, wellbeing, and goal achievement. BMC Psychiatry, 16 pp. Art: 442.
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  • Wakerman, J., Humphreys, J., Bourke, L., Dunbar, T., Jones, M., Carey, T.A., et al. (2016). Assessing the Impact and Cost of Short-Term Health Workforce in Remote Indigenous Communities in Australia: A Mixed Methods Study Protocol. Journal of Medical Internet Research: Research Protocols, 5(4) pp. Art: e135.
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  • Reddy, S., Carey, T.A. and Wakerman, J. (2016). A Realist Case Study of a RegionalHospital’s Response to Improve Emergency Department Access in the Context of Australian Health Care Reforms. Health Services Research and Managerial Epidemiology,
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  • Pierce, D., Little, F., Bennett-Levy, J., Isaacs, A., Bridgman, H., Lutkin, S., et al. (2016). Mental health academics in rural and remote Australia. Rural and Remote Health, 16 pp. Art: 3793.
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  • Collins, M. and Carey, T. (2015). Identification of Real and Artifactual Moderators of Effect Size in Meta-Analysis. MULTIVARIATE BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH, 50(1) pp. 109-125.
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  • Mansell, W. and Carey, T.A. (2015). A perceptual control revolution? The Psychologist, 28(11) pp. 896-899.
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  • Mansell, W., Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2015). Classification of psychopathology and unifying theory: The ingredients of a Darwinian paradigm shift in research methodology. Psychopathology Review, 2(1) pp. 129-153.
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  • Donald, I.N., Rickwood, D.J. and Carey, T.A. (2014). Understanding therapeutic change in young people – A pressing research agenda. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 24(4) pp. 313-322.
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  • Carey, T., Mansell, W. and Tai, S. (2014). A biopsychosocial model based on negative feedback and control. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8(1) pp. Article 94.
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  • Alsawy, S., Mansell, W., Carey, T., McEvoy, P. and Tai, S. (2014). Science and practice of transdiagnostic CBT: A Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) approach. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 7(4) pp. 334-359.
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  • Marken, R. and Carey, T. (2014). Understanding the change process involved in solving psychological problems: a model-based approach to understanding how psychotherapy works. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy,
    [10.1002/cpp.1919] [10.1002/cpp.1919] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2013). Defining Australian Indigenous Wellbeing: Do we Really Want the Answer? Implications for Policy and Practice. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 11(3) pp. 182-194.
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  • Carey, T. (2013). A qualitative study of a social and emotional well-being service for a remote Indigenous Australian community: implications for access, effectiveness, and sustainability. BMC Health Services Research, 13
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  • Carey, T., Tai, S. and Stiles, W. (2013). Effective and Efficient: Using Patient-Led Appointment Scheduling in Routine Mental Health Practice in Remote Australia. PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY-RESEARCH AND PRACTICE, 44(6) pp. 405-414.
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  • Carey, T., Wakerman, J., Humphreys, J., Buykx, P. and Lindeman, M. (2013). What primary health care services should residents of rural and remote Australia be able to access? A systematic review of "core" primary health care services. BMC Health Services Research, 13(178)
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  • Dowling, M. and Carey, T. (2013). Victims of bullying: Whom they seek help from and why: An Australian sample. PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS, 50(8) pp. 798-809.
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  • Carey, T., Kelly, R., Mansell, W. and Thai, S. (2012). What's therapeutic about the therapeutic relationship? A hypothesis for practice informed by Perceptual Control Theory. The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, 5(2-3) pp. 47-59.
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  • Brown, J. and Carey, T. (2012). Perceptual Control Theory and the phenomenological analysis of the experience of autism: A case study. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 4(2) pp. 67-74.
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  • Pilgrim, D. and Carey, T.A. (2012). Improving access to psychological therapies: An account of recent policy aspirations in the UK and Australia. Advances in Mental Health, 10(2) pp. 117-126.
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  • Carey, T. (2011). As you like it: adopting a patient-led approach to psychological treatments. Journal of Public Mental Health, 10(1) pp. 6-16.
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  • Carey, T.A. (2011). Exposure and reorganization: The what and how of effective psychotherapy. Clinical Psychology Review, 31 pp. 236-248.
    [10.1016/j.cpr.2010.04.004] [Scopus]
  • Gianakis, M. and Carey, T.A. (2011). An interview study investigating experiences of psychological change without psychotherapy. Psychology and Psychotherapy - Theory, Research and Practice, 84(1) pp. 442-457.
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  • Mackay, G., Carey, T. and Stevens, B. (2011). The insider's experience of long-term peer victimisation. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2) pp. 154-174.
    [10.1375/ajgc.21.2.154] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T.A. and Pilgrim, D. (2010). Diagnosis and formulation: what should we tell the students? Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, pp. 447-454.
    [10.1002/cpp.695] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T.A., Rickwood, D. and Baker, K. (2010). Tying up some loose ends: A rejoinder's rejoinder. Clinical Psychologist, 14(2) pp. 70-71.
    [10.1080/13284201003674318] [Scopus]
  • Pilgrim, D. and Carey, T.A. (2010). Contested professional rationales for the assessment of mental health problems: Can social theories help? Social Theory & Health, 8(4) pp. 309-325.
    [10.1057/sth.2010.11] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2009). Dancing with distress: Helping people transform psychological troubles with the method of Levels two step. The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, 2(3) pp. 167-177.
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  • Spratt, C. and Carey, T. (2009). Can a control model approach assist case formulation in psychotherapy? The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, 2(3) pp. 197-210.
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  • Mansell, W. and Carey, T. (2009). A century of psychology and psychotherapy is an understanding of 'control' the missing link between theory, research and practice? Psychology and Psychotherapy - Theory, Research and Practice, 82(3) pp. 337-353.
    [10.1348/147608309X432526] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T., Rickwood, D. and Baker, K. (2009). What does $AUD27,650,523.80 worth of evidence look like? Clinical Psychologist, 13(1) pp. 10-16.
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  • Carey, T., Carey, M., Mullan, R., Spratt, C. and Spratt, M. (2009). Assessing the statistical and personal significance of the method of levels. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 37 pp. 311-324.
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  • Carey, T. and Spratt, M. (2009). When is enough enough? Structuring the organisation of treatment to maximise patient choice and control. The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, 2(3) pp. 211-226.
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  • Carey, T. and Mansell, W. (2009). Show us a behaviour without cognition and we'll show you a rock rolling down a hill. The Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, 2(3) pp. 123-133.
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  • Gianakis, M. and Carey, T. (2008). A review of the experience and explanation of psychological change. Counselling Psychology Review, 23(3) pp. 27-38.
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  • Carey, T., McKean, L. and Mullan, R. (2008). A pilot study of self-referring in primary care. Clinical Psychology Forum, 182 pp. 23-26.
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  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2008). Evaluating the method of levels. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 21(3) pp. 247-256.
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  • Carey, T. (2008). Perceptual control theory and the method of levels: Further contributions to a transdiagnostic perspective. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 1(3) pp. 237-255.
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  • Carey, T. (2008). Conflict, as the Achilles heel of perceptual control, offers a unifying approach to the formulation of psychological problems. Counselling Psychology Review, 23(4) pp. 5-16.
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  • Carey, T., Carey, , Stalker, K., Mullan, R., Murray, L. and Spratt, M. (2007). Psychological change from the inside looking out: A qualitative investigation. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research: linking research with practice, 7(3) pp. 178-187.
    [10.1080/14733140701514613] [Web Link]
  • Carey, T. and Oxman, L. (2007). Adolescents and mental health treatments: Reviewing the evidence to discern common themes for clinicians and areas for future research. Clinical Psychologist, 11(3) pp. 79-87.
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  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2007). Patients taking the lead: A naturalistic investigation of a patient led approach to treatment in primary care. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 20(1) pp. 27-40.
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  • Carey, T. and Mullan, R. (2007). GP referral guidelines: Is there another side to the coin? Clinical Psychology Forum, 170 pp. 29-32.
    [Scopus]
  • Carey, T., Mullan, R. and Carey, M. (2007). Patient lead treatment: An idea whose time has come. Clinical Psychology Forum, 177 pp. 9-12.
    [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. and Kemp, K. (2007). Self-selecting first appointments: A replication and consideration of the implications for patient-centred care. Clinical Psychology Forum, 178 pp. 33-36.
    [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. (2006). Estimating treatment duration for psychotherapy in primary care. Journal of Public Mental Health, 5(3) pp. 23-28.
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  • Carey, T. and Bourbon, W. (2006). Is countercontrol the key to understanding chronic behaviour problems? Intervention in School and Clinic, 42(1) pp. 5-13.
    [10.1177/10534512060420010201] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T., Carey, M., Mullan, R., Murray, L. and Spratt, M. (2006). Psychological change: What changes and how does it occur? A critical review. Counselling Psychology Review, 21(4) pp. 28-38.
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  • Carey, T. (2005). Can patients specify treatment parameters? A preliminary investigation. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy: an international journal of theory and practice, 12(4) pp. 326-335.
    [10.1002/cpp.454] [Scopus]
  • Carey, T. and Bourbon, W. (2005). Countercontrol: What do the children say? School Psychology International, 26(5) pp. 595-615.
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  • Carey, T. and Bourbon, W. (2004). Countercontrol: A new look at some old problems. Intervention in School and Clinic, 40(1) pp. 3-9.
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  • Carey, T. (2003). Improving the success of anti-bullying intervention programs: A tool for matching programs with purposes. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 22(2) pp. 16-23.
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  • Carey, T. (2002). Choice Theory and PCT: What are the differences and do they matter anyway? International Journal of Reality Therapy, 21(2) pp. 23-32.
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  • Carey, T. (2002). Rebecca: A case study of perceptual control theory. PSYCHOTHERAPY IN AUSTRALIA, 8(3) pp. 56-59.
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  • Carey, T. (2002). Student Self-reports of Countercontrol. Countercontrol: A preliminary investigation into the self-reports of students. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 22(1) pp. 4-9.
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  • Carey, T. (2001). Investigating the role of redirecting awareness in the change process: A case study using the method of levels. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 20(2) pp. 26-30.
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  • Carey, T. (1999). What makes a psychotherapist effective? PSYCHOTHERAPY IN AUSTRALIA, 5(3) pp. 52-59.
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  • Carey, T., Farrell-Jones, M. and Rowan, H. (1996). What do you really want? A control theory / reality therapy approach to understanding alcoholism. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 16(1) pp. 3-18.
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  • Carey, T. (1993). Spare the rod and spoil the child. Is this a sensible justification for the use of punishment in child rearing? Child Abuse and Neglect, 18(12) pp. 1005-1010.
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  • Carey, T.A., Mansell, W. and Tai, S. (2015). Principles-Based Counselling and Psychotherapy: A Method of Levels approach. Carey, Timothy; Mansell, Warren; Tai, Sara, ed. UK: Routledge.
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  • Marken, R.S. and Carey, T.A. (2015). Controlling People: The Paradoxical Nature of Being Human. Australia: Australian Academic Press.
  • Mansell, W., Carey, T. and Tai, S. (2013). A Transdiagnostic Approach to CBT Using Method of Levels Theory. W Dryden, ed. Hove, UK: Routledge.
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  • Carey, T. (2012). Control in the classroom: An adventure in learning and achievement. Hayward, USA: Living Control Systems Publishing.
  • Carey, T. (2008). Hold that thought! Two steps to effective counseling and psychotherapy with the Method of Levels. Chapel Hill, NC: New View Publishing.
  • Carey, T. (2006). The method of levels: How to do psychotherapy without getting in the way. Nevin, Bruce., ed. Hayward, CA, USA: Living Control Systems Publishing.
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  • Carey, T. and Carey, M. (2001). RTP Intervention Processes: A New Approach for Working with Students Whose Successful Participation in Educational Activities Is Chronically Reduced. Australia: Andrew Thompson Publishing.
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  • Carey, T.A. and McDermott, D.R. (2017). Engaging Indigenous People in Mental Health Services in Australia. In Ross G. White, Sumeet Jain, David M. R. Orr, Ursula Read, ed. The Palgrave Handbook of Sociocultural Perspectives on Global Mental Health. United Kingdom: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 565-588.
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  • Carey, T. (2015). Method of Levels Therapy. In Edward S. Neukrug, ed. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. California, United States of America: SAGE Publications, Inc, pp. 1-1.
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  • Mansell, W. and Carey, T. (2013). Dissociation: Perceptual control theory as an integrative framework for clinical interventions. In F kennedy, H Kennerley & D Parsons, ed. Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Dissociation. Hove, UK: Routledge, pp. 221-235.
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