Tess Soulié

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Postdoctoral Fellow
CRISE

Education: A clinical psychologist and psychopathologist by training, Tess Soulié practised for several years in French Guyana before embarking on a PhD, completed in 2019 at the University of Otago, in New Zealand. She used mixed research methods to explore the clinical encounter from the point of view of clinicians who are naturally inclined toward or who “like” working with patients at risk of suicide.

Current project: Tess Soulié joined CRISE in October 2019, where she is pursuing post-doctoral studies under the mentorship of Adjunct Professor Brian Greenfield and Professor Brian Mishara. She is studying the interface of psychiatry, psychology and neurosciences to study the implicitly intersubjective mechanisms of emotional regulation that possibly exert a therapeutic influence on people at risk of suicide and, more generally, that possibly play a role in the influence empirically attributed to non-specific factors in psychotherapy.

Research interests:
• Suicidology; clinical suicidology
• Transference/counter-transference; emotional regulation; counter-transference literacy
• Non-specific factors in psychotherapy

Tess Soulié and Elliot Bell and Gabrielle Jenkin and Dalice Sim and Sunny Collings. (2020). Systematic exploration of countertransference phenomena in the treatment of patients at risk for suicide. 24: Archives of Suicide Research: (1) pp. 96-118.

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Tess Soulié and Elliot Bell and Gabrielle Jenkin and Dalice Sim and Sunny Collings. (0000). Systematic exploration of countertransference phenomena in the treatment of patients at risk for suicide. 24: (1) pp. 96-118.

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Tess Soulié and Elliot Bell and Gabrielle Jenkin and Dalice Sim and Sunny Collings. (0000). Systematic exploration of countertransference phenomena in the treatment of patients at risk for suicide. 24: (1) pp. 96-118.

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