Dr Daniel Stubbings


   Position: Lecture in Clinical Psychology
   School: Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences
   E-mail: drstubbings@cardiffmet.ac.uk
   Telephone: +44 (0)29 2041 7190
   Room No: D3.11
   Skype: sm22632@cardiffmet.ac.uk
   Availability: Wednesday and Fridays


Module Leader & Lecturer
  • BSc Clinical Psychology 1 (PSY6002)
  • BSc Clinical Psychology 2 (PSY6106)
  • MSc Addictions & Psychological Vulnerabilities (FPS7002)

Active Research Supervisor on the Following Courses
  • Professional Doctorate
  • Masters in Health Psychology Dissertations
  • Masters in Forensic Psychology Dissertations
  • Bachelor of Science Final Year Dissertations


  • Stubbings, D. R., C. S. Rees, and L. D. Roberts. 2015. New Avenues to Facilitate Engagement in Psychotherapy: The Use of Videoconferencing and Text-Chat in a Severe Case of Obsessive-compulsive Disorder. Australian Psychologist 50 (4): 265-270.
  • Stubbings, D. R., C. S. Rees, L. D. Roberts, and R. T. Kane. 2013. Comparing In-Person to Videoconference-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 15 (11): 1-16.
  • Daniel Stubbings. 2012. The effectiveness of videoconferencing-based cognitive-behaviour therapy. Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia, Ph.D. Manuscript
Completed Student Thesis
  • Read, M., Stubbings, D. R., & Heggs, D. (2018). A qualitative investigation into staff understanding and experiences of ‘least restrictive practice’ within a forensic mental health setting. Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff, United Kingdom, MSc Forensic Psychology Manuscript.
  • Griffiths, J. N., Stubbings, D. R., & Seage, H. (2018). The relationship between death anxiety, psychopathology and quality of life among a cohort of Parkinson’s disease patients. Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff, United Kingdom, MSc Health Psychology Manuscript.
  • Hughes, K, Stubbings, D. R., & Limbert, C. (2018). What are the perceptions of support staff towards the use of psychotropic pro re nata (PRN) medication in the mental health care setting? Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff, United Kingdom, MSc Forensic Psychology Manuscript.


Dr Stubbings is a registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health Care Professionals Council, a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and a registered Psychologist with the Australian Healthcare Professionals Regulation Agency. In addition to working at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Dr. Stubbings also works in a Low Secure Forensic Mental Health hospital that specializes in the treatment of severe and complex patients detained under the mental health act. Research interests include the use of technology in mental health treatment, staff wellbeing, psychotherapy, existential approaches to mental health treatment and quality of life. Dr. Stubbings is involved research projects with several external provider including the NHS, Priory Group of Companies and Parkinson’s UK.