Publications

  1. Nesbitt, S. & Giombini, L., (2021). Emotional Regulation in Eating Disorders: A Guide for Professionals. Routledge, in press.
  2. Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S., Kusosa, R., Hinallas, K., Fabian, C., Easter, A., Tchanturia, K. (2021). Young people and parents’ views towards individual Cognitive Remediation Therapy– qualitative findings from a pilot randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Eating Disorders. In submission.
  3. Waples, L., Wiseman, M., Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S. (2021). Psychological changes in young people with anorexia nervosa during an inpatient treatment: exploration of optimal length of stay predictors. Neuropsichiatrie Journal. In print.
  4. Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S., Kusosa, R., Fabian, C., Easter, A., & Tchanturia, K. (2020). Adapted emotion skills training group for young people with anorexia nervosa. Neuropsychiatrie Journal, 1-8.
  5. Giombini., L, Nesbitt, S., Leppanen, J., Cox, H., Foxall, A., Easter, A., & Tchanturia, K. (2019). Emotions in play: young people’s and clinicians experience of Thinking about Emotions’ group. Eating and Weight Disorders Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, 1-10.
  6. Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S., Coz, H., Foxall, A., Teo, S., Easter, A., Tchanturia, K., (2018). Cognitive Remediation Therapy in a specialist inpatient eating disorder service for children and adolescents: CAN-CRT study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial by European Eating Disorders Review.
  7. Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S., Finazzi, E., Waples, L., Abigail, E., Tchanturia, K. (2017). Young people’s experience of individual Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) in an inpatient eating disorder service: a qualitative study. Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity.
  8. Nesbitt, S. and Lucas, A.(2017) Developing a Peer Support Worker post in a specialist inpatient eating disorder service for young people.  Short paper presentation, Elysium Healthcare Best Practise Conference June  2017, London.
  9. Lucas, A., and Nesbitt, S., (2017) Developing a Peer Support Worker post in a specialist inpatient eating disorder service for young people.  Short paper presentation, International Eating Disorder Conference, March 2017, London.
  10. Moynihan, J., Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S., (2016). A systematic Evaluation of Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) for the treatment of children and adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa. Short paper presentation, BEAT Conference , 17-20 March 2016, London.
  11. Giombini, L., Turton, R., Turco, M., Nesbitt, S., Lask, B. (2016). The use of Cognitive Remediation Therapy on a child adolescent eating disorder unit: Patients and Therapist Perspectives. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1–13.
  12. Giombini, L., Moynihan, J., Turco, M., Nesbitt, S.,(2016). Evaluation of individual cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) for the treatment of young people with anorexia nervosa. Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, DOI 10.1007/s40519-016-0322-4.
  13. Giombini, L., Turton, R., Turco, M., Nesbitt, S.  (2015). The systematic implementation of Cognitive Remediation Therapy on an eating disorders inpatient unit. Workshop presented at The 12th London International Eating Disorders Conference, London, England.
  14. Giombini, L., Turco, M., Turton, R. Nesbitt, S. (2014). Fun and Challenges of delivering Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) in an eating disorders inpatient unit. Paper presented at Ravello & CRT meeting, Ravello, Italy.
  15. Rhind, C., Bowman, N., & Nesbitt, S. (2013). An Evaluation of a Group Therapy Programme with Young People with Eating Disorders. Division of Clinical Psychology, Clinical Forum.
  16. Nesbitt, S. & Zirinsky, L., (2010) Culture on Eating Disorder Units. Eating Disorders Forum. Royal College of Psychiatry , London.
  17. Nesbitt.S, Zirinsky, L & Donaldson, S. (2010).  Treating Young Patients with Eating Disorders at Rhodes Farm.   Presentation at BEAT Conference September 2010.
  18. Nesbitt, S. & Uprichard. S. (2009).  Incorporating a multi family therapy group in existing treatment for anorexia nervosa.  Division of Clinical Psychology, Clinical Forum.  Also reprinted in Impuls Journal Norway, 2012.
  19. Nesbitt, S. (2003).  Exercise and Attitudes to Eating in Adolescent Girls.  Poster Presentation.  British Psychological Society – Division of Clinical Psychology.  Faculty for Children & Young People.  September 2003.  Gloucester University.
  20. Eviors, A. & Nesbitt, S. (2003).  Hunger For Understanding – A Workbook for Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa.  Wiley Publishers Ltd (March 2005).
  21. Nesbitt. S. (2000) Why & Why not? An investigation into the factors influencing the employment of individuals with Asperger’s syndrome/high functioning autism. Learning Disability Bulletin, Special Edition, 127.
  22. Nesbitt. S., Howlin.P., & Udwin.O. (2001) Understanding Williams Syndrome Information Booklet Williams Syndrome Foundation.
  23. Nesbitt. S. (2000) Williams Syndrome Advocacy Project: “Speaking Up for Ourselves”Conference Presentation.  Proceedings of the 8th International Professional Conference on Williams Syndrome.
  24. Nesbitt. S. (2000) A Multi Agency Service Evaluation.Poster Presentation. Proceedings of 6th International Congress Autism-Europe Conference.
  25. Nesbitt. S. (2000) Why & Why not? An investigation into the factors influencing the employment of individuals with Asperger’s syndrome/high functioning autism. Autism: An International Journal of Research and Practice Vol 4. Part 4.
  26. Nesbitt. S. (2000) A Multi-agency Evaluation of Service Provision for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders.  British Journal of Developmental Disabilities Vol. 46 (1) No 90.
  27. Smedley. N & Nesbitt. S. (2000) Measuring Inpatient Satisfaction. Journal of Clinical Excellence 2, 10-18.
  28. Nesbitt. S.  & Smedley. N. (1998) Inpatient Satisfaction Survey – A Review. QNET Sainsbury’s Centre for Mental Health.
  29. Nesbitt. S. & Collins. G. (1998) What is “special” about National Health Services Residences for People with Learning Disabilities? British Journal of Developmental Disabilities Vol. 44 (2) No 87.

Qualifications

  1. Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Registered with the Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC: PYL18641). Accredited by the British Psychological Society and recognised as Associate Fellow (AFBPsS).
  2. Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, University of Leicester 2000-2003
  3. Masters Degree, City University, London, 1998-2000