Dr Sarah Overton

Clinical Lecturer
Pain Medicine, Northern Clinical School
Pain Management & Research Institute

Telephone 94631399
Fax 99266548

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Journals

  • Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Sharpe, L., Brnabic, A., Wood, B., Overton, S., Tonkin, L., de Sousa, M., Finniss, D., Beeston, L., Sutherland, A., Corbett, M., Brooker, C. (2014). Cognitive exposure versus avoidance in patients with chronic pain: Adherence matters. European Journal of Pain, 18(3), 424-437. [More Information]
  • Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Blyth, F., Wood, B., Murray, R., McCabe, R., Brnabic, A., Beeston, L., Corbett, M., Sherrington, C., Overton, S. (2013). Self-management intervention for chronic pain in older adults: A randomised controlled trial. Pain, 154(6), 824-835. [More Information]
  • Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Corbett, M., Smeets, R., Wood, B., Overton, S., Perry, C., Tonkin, L., Beeston, L. (2012). Is adherence to pain self-management strategies associated with improved pain, depression and disability in those with disabling chronic pain? European Journal of Pain, 16(1), 93-104. [More Information]
  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2005). Cognitive change during treatment of compulsive checking. Behaviour Change, 28(3), 172-184.
  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2002). A comparison of checking-related beliefs in individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder and normal controls. Behaviour Change, 19(2), 67-74.

Conferences

  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2001). Cognitive change in treatment of compulsive checkers. 24th National Conference of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: AACBT, : Ads & Adea.
  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2001). The cognitive mediation of obsessive-compulsive checking. World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, : Ads & Adea.

2014

  • Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Sharpe, L., Brnabic, A., Wood, B., Overton, S., Tonkin, L., de Sousa, M., Finniss, D., Beeston, L., Sutherland, A., Corbett, M., Brooker, C. (2014). Cognitive exposure versus avoidance in patients with chronic pain: Adherence matters. European Journal of Pain, 18(3), 424-437. [More Information]

2013

  • Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Blyth, F., Wood, B., Murray, R., McCabe, R., Brnabic, A., Beeston, L., Corbett, M., Sherrington, C., Overton, S. (2013). Self-management intervention for chronic pain in older adults: A randomised controlled trial. Pain, 154(6), 824-835. [More Information]

2012

  • Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Corbett, M., Smeets, R., Wood, B., Overton, S., Perry, C., Tonkin, L., Beeston, L. (2012). Is adherence to pain self-management strategies associated with improved pain, depression and disability in those with disabling chronic pain? European Journal of Pain, 16(1), 93-104. [More Information]

2005

  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2005). Cognitive change during treatment of compulsive checking. Behaviour Change, 28(3), 172-184.

2002

  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2002). A comparison of checking-related beliefs in individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder and normal controls. Behaviour Change, 19(2), 67-74.

2001

  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2001). Cognitive change in treatment of compulsive checkers. 24th National Conference of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: AACBT, : Ads & Adea.
  • Overton, S., Menzies, R. (2001). The cognitive mediation of obsessive-compulsive checking. World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, : Ads & Adea.

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