||Ann-Marie J. Golden, Ph.D., C. Psych.
Psychologist (Supervised Practice)
Dr. Ann-Marie Golden has recently joined Fleming Vigna Balmer from Cambridge
(UK) where she worked as a health psychologist and a cognitive scientist for the
last 10 years (with teams such as Oncology, Gynaecology, Paediatrics
(Cleft/Lip/Palate), Accident and Emergency, Intensive Care Unit). Dr. Golden
works with children, adults and the elderly who have experienced emotional and
cognitive difficulties related to complicated grief, anxiety, depression, trauma and
stress that may or may not be related to physical problems.
Dr. Golden’s main applied clinical/research interests are in the area of grief/loss,
depression and trauma. She is specifically interested in the interplay between
cognitions and emotions in common mood and anxiety disorders looking at
emotion regulation, resilience, intrusive and avoidant tendencies, as well as
autobiographical and working memory. In addition she has worked as a
consultant on projects about infertility treatment and psychosocial adjustments
after surviving cancer; offered cognitive-behavioural interventions for smoking
cessation/medication adherence and stress reduction for clients experiencing
pain, hear problems and/or suffering from diabetes and asthma. Dr. Golden’s
professional development has benefited from a broad base of skills related to
Compassionate Focused Therapy for disorders associated with shame and guilt;
Mindfulness Based Interventions; Meaning-Breaking, Meaning-Making: Grief
Therapy as Narrative Reconstruction. Dr. Golden is also a co-founder of the Cambridge Mindfulness Centre (UK).
For more information about Dr. Golden's facilitation of her 8 week Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course at Fleming Vigna Balmer, please CLICK HERE.
Articles & Book Chapters by Dr. Ann-Marie Golden
- Dalgleish, T., Navrady, L., Bird, E., Hill, E., Dunn, B.D., & GOLDEN, A-M. J. (in press). Method-of-Loci as a mnemonic device to facilitate access to self-affirming personal memories in participants with a history of depression. Clinical Psychological Science.
- GOLDEN, A-M.J. & Dalgleish T. (2012). Facets of pejorative self-processing in prolonged grief disorder. Journal of Counselling and Clinical Psychology.
- Dahm, T., Neshat-Doost, H., GOLDEN, A-M., Horn, E., Hagger, M. & Dalgleish, T. (2011). Age Shall Not Weary Us: Deleterious effects of self-regulation depletion are specific to younger adults. PLoS ONE, 6(10): e26351
- Dalgleish, T., Yiend, J., & GOLDEN, A.J. (2011). Grief, stress and post-traumatic stress disorder. In D.A. Warrell, Cox, T.M., Firth, J. (Eds), Oxford Textbook of Medicine (5th Ed).
- Dalgleish, T., Hill, E., GOLDEN, A.J., Morant, N., & Dunn, B. (2011). The structure of past and future lives in depression. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 120 (1), 1-15.
- Dalgleish, T., GOLDEN, A.J., Yiend, J. & Dunn, B.D. (2010) Differential predictions about future negative events in seasonal and nonseasonal depression. Psychological Medicine, 40(3), 459-465.
- GOLDEN, A.J., & Dalgleish, T. (2010) Is Prolonged Grief as a disorder distinct from bereavement-related post traumatic stress? Psychiatry Research, 178(2), 336-341.
- Dalgleish, T., Rolfe, J., GOLDEN, A.J., Dunn, B., & Barnard, P.J. (2008). Reduced autobiographical memory specificity and posttraumatic stress: Exploring the contributions of impaired executive control and affect regulation. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 117(1), 236-241.
- Neshat-Doost, H.T., Dalgleish, T. & GOLDEN, A.J. (2008). Reduced Specificity of Emotional Autobiographical Memories Following Self-Regulation Depletion. Emotion, 8(5), 731-736.
- Dalgleish, T., Williams, J.M.G., Perkins, N., GOLDEN, A.J., Barnard, P.J., Au-Yeung, C., Murphy, V., Elward, R., Feldman-Barrett, L., Tchanturia, K. & Watkins, E. (2007). Reduced specificity of autobiographical memory and depression: The role of executive processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 136(1), 23-42.
- GOLDEN, A.J., Dalgleish, T. & Mackintosh, B. (2007). Levels of specificity of autobiographical memories and of biographical memories of the deceased in bereaved individuals with and without complicated grief. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116(4), 786-795.
- GOLDEN, A.J., Dalgleish, T. & Spinks, H. (2006). Dysfunctional attitudes in seasonal affective disorder.Behavior Research and Therapy, 44(8), 1159-1164.
- Yeung, C., Dalgleish, T., GOLDEN, A.J. & Schartau, P. (2006). Reduced specificity of autobiographical memories following a negative mood induction. Behavior Research and Therapy, 44(10), 1481-1490.
- Canterbury, R., GOLDEN, A.J., Taghavi, R., Neshat-Doost, H., Moradi, A. & Yule, W. (2004). Anxiety and judgements about emotional events in children and adolescents. Personality and Individual Differences, 36(3), 695-704.
- Dalgleish, T., Spinks, H., GOLDEN, A.J. & Du Toit, P. (2004). Processing of emotional information in seasonal depression across different cognitive measures. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 113(1), 116-126.