Prof Rachel Tribe


NameProf Rachel Tribe
Job titleProfessor
Email addressr.tribe@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

Community engagement and social justice: Making a difference through improving communication across language and culture in mental health and community settings

Tribe, R., Tunariu, A. and Jidong, D.E. 2019. Community engagement and social justice: Making a difference through improving communication across language and culture in mental health and community settings. in: Moussaoui, D., Ventriglio, A. and Bhugra, D. (ed.) Migrant Mental Health Springer. pp. In Press

Intercultural Counselling and Psychotherapy with new immigrants and refugees

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2019. Intercultural Counselling and Psychotherapy with new immigrants and refugees. in: Bhugra, D. (ed.) The Oxford Textbook of Migrant Psychiatry Oxford University Press. pp. In Press

Culture, Mental Health, and Immigrants

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2019. Culture, Mental Health, and Immigrants. in: Lee, Eunjung and Moodley, Roy (ed.) The Routledge International Handbook on Race, Culture and Mental health Routledge. pp. In Press

Refugee and Asylum Seekers Experience

Tribe, R. and Jalonen, A. 2019. Refugee and Asylum Seekers Experience. in: Bhugra, D. (ed.) The Oxford Textbook of Migrant Psychiatry Oxford University Press. pp. In Press

Working with Interpreters

Tribe, R. 2019. Working with Interpreters. in: Bhugra, D. (ed.) The Oxford Textbook of Migrant Psychiatry Oxford University Press. pp. In Press

The Acculturation Experiences of first wave Kosovan women migrants living in the United Kingdom: An Interpretative phenomenological analysis

Krasnici, Y. and Tribe, R. 2019. The Acculturation Experiences of first wave Kosovan women migrants living in the United Kingdom: An Interpretative phenomenological analysis. in: Moussaoui, D., Ventriglio, A. and Bhugra, D. (ed.) Migrant Mental Health Springer. pp. In Press

Global Position Statement: Religion and Spirituality in Mental Health Care

Persaud, Albert, Dein, Simon, Willis, Jenny, Lashley, Myrna, Bhui, Kam, Thapliyal, Anil, Khatib, Yasmin, Rathod, Sunil, Gabriel, Marie, Bhugra, Dinesh, Rathod, Shanaya, Tribe, R., Braakman, Mario H., Iraqi, Fuad, Swartz, Leslie, Gataora, Jisraj Singh, Van Sluytman, Laurens G., Bass, Diana, Bemak, Fred, Dinos, Sokratis, Day, Geraint, Watson, Seamus and Careif 2017. Global Position Statement: Religion and Spirituality in Mental Health Care. London, England Centre for Applied Research & Evaluation International Foundation (CAREIF).

Guidance for psychologists on working with community organisations

Thompson, Kate, Tribe, R., Zlotowitz, Sally and The British Psychological Society 2018. Guidance for psychologists on working with community organisations. The British Psychological Society.

Preparing for a doctoral viva

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2016. Preparing for a doctoral viva. The Psychology of Education Review. 40 (2), pp. 51-58.

Turning your dissertation into a publishable journal article

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2017. Turning your dissertation into a publishable journal article. The Psychology of Education Review. 41 (2), pp. 22-30.

Preparing for and writing up your doctoral thesis

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2017. Preparing for and writing up your doctoral thesis. The Psychology of Education Review. 41 (2), pp. 4-13.

Guidelines for Psychologists working with Refugees and Asylum-seekers in the UK: Extended version

Patel, N., Tribe, R. and Yule, Bill 2018. Guidelines for Psychologists working with Refugees and Asylum-seekers in the UK: Extended version. The British Psychological Society.

Working with interpreters: Guidelines for psychologists

Tribe, R. and Thompson, Kate 2017. Working with interpreters: Guidelines for psychologists. The British Psychological Society.

Global Position Statement: Stigma, Mental Illness and Diversity

Persaud, Albert, Willis, Jeremy, Tribe, R., Lashley, Myrna, Yoganathan, N., Crompton, Erica, Dinos, Sokratis, Gabriel, Marie, Iraqi, Fuad, Thapliyal, Anil, Rathod, Shanaya, Bhui, Kam, Mawani, Farah N., Bhugra, Dinesh, Day, Geraint, Van Sluytman, Laurens G., Gataora, Jisraj Singh, Khatib, Yasmin, Dein, Simon, Bass, Diana, Rathod, Sunil, Braakman, Mario H., Watson, Seamus, Swartz, Leslie and Cole-King, Alys 2017. Global Position Statement: Stigma, Mental Illness and Diversity. London, England Centre for Applied Research & Evaluation International Foundation (CAREIF).

Working with Interpreters

Tunariu, A. and Tribe, R. 2017. Working with Interpreters. in: Feltham, Colin, Hanley, Terry and Winter, Laura Anne (ed.) The SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy SAGE. pp. 536-541

Psychological Interventions

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2018. Psychological Interventions. in: Bhugra, Dinesh and Buhi, Kamaldeep (ed.) Textbook of Cultural Psychiatry Cambridge University Press. pp. 458-471

Is trauma-focused therapy helpful for survivors of war and conflict?

Tribe, R. 2013. Is trauma-focused therapy helpful for survivors of war and conflict? in: Elements of Culture and Mental Health: Critical Questions for Clinicians Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Race and Cultural Diversity: The Training of Psychologists and Psychiatrists

Tribe, R. 2014. Race and Cultural Diversity: The Training of Psychologists and Psychiatrists. in: Moodley, Roy and Ocampo, Martha (ed.) Critical Psychiatry and Mental Health: Exploring the work of Suman Fernando in clinical practice Routledge.

Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health and Community Based Rehabilitation in Sri Lanka

Tribe, R. 2015. Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health and Community Based Rehabilitation in Sri Lanka. in: Smith, Patricia (ed.) Disability and Culture: An International and Inter-professional Perspective Common Ground Research Networks.

Introduction

Tribe, R. and Morrissey, Jean 2015. Introduction. in: Tribe, Rachel and Morrissey, Jean (ed.) Handbook of Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists Routledge.

Trainee Perspectives on Professional and Ethical Practice

Tribe, R. 2015. Trainee Perspectives on Professional and Ethical Practice. in: Tribe, Rachel and Morrissey, Jean (ed.) Handbook of Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists Routledge.

Careif Global Position Statement: Mental Health, Human Rights and Human Dignity "Magna Carta for people living with Mental Illness".

Persaud, Albert, Bhui, Kam, Testoni, Ines, Pace, Charles, Khab, Yasmin, Mpofu, Shepherd, Tribe, R., Van Sluytman, Laurens G., Rathod, Shanaya, Willis, Jenny, Dowd, Peter, Ascoli, Micol, Bhugra, Dinesh, Eldergill, Anselm, Maslin, Anna and Preston, Mike 2016. Careif Global Position Statement: Mental Health, Human Rights and Human Dignity "Magna Carta for people living with Mental Illness". Careif: Centre for Applied Research & Evaluation International Foundation.

Professional and Ethical Issues when working with Learning Disabled clients

Tribe, R. 2017. Professional and Ethical Issues when working with Learning Disabled clients. in: Tribe, Rachel and Morrissey, Jean (ed.) Handbook of Professional and Ethical Practice for Psychologists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists Routledge.

Commentary on ‘Case Studies of Innovative Practice and Policy’ Section

Tribe, R. 2017. Commentary on ‘Case Studies of Innovative Practice and Policy’ Section. in: White, R., Jain, S., Orr, D.M.R. and Read, U. (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Sociocultural Perspectives on Global Mental Health Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 773-787

Working with Interpreters in Mental Health

Tribe, R. and Lane, Pauline 2017. Working with Interpreters in Mental Health. in: Lane, Pauline and Tribe, Rachel (ed.) Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People Jessica Kingsley.

Anti-discriminatory Practice: Caring for Carers of Older Adults with Mental Health Dilemmas

Tribe, R. and Lane, Pauline 2017. Anti-discriminatory Practice: Caring for Carers of Older Adults with Mental Health Dilemmas. in: Lane, Pauline and Tribe, Rachel (ed.) Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People Jessica Kingsley.

Ageing, Ethnicity and Mental Health

Tribe, R. 2017. Ageing, Ethnicity and Mental Health. in: Lane, Pauline and Tribe, Rachel (ed.) Anti-discriminatory practice in mental health for older people Jessica Kingsley. pp. 69-101

A brief guide to ageing and food

Lane, Pauline and Tribe, R. 2017. A brief guide to ageing and food. in: Lane, Pauline and Tribe, Rachel (ed.) Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People Jessica Kingsley.

Introduction

Lane, Pauline and Tribe, R. 2017. Introduction. in: Lane, Pauline and Tribe, Rachel (ed.) Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People Jessica Kingsley.

Refugees, grief and loss: Critical debates

Lane, Pauline and Tribe, R. 2014. Refugees, grief and loss: Critical debates. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement. 17 (3), pp. 74-79.

A qualitative exploration of mental health professionals' experience of working with survivors of trauma in Sri Lanka

Satkunanayagam, Kuhan, Tunariu, A. and Tribe, R. 2010. A qualitative exploration of mental health professionals' experience of working with survivors of trauma in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. 3 (1), pp. 43-51.

Mental wellbeing: dementia care in diverse ethnic groups

Tribe, R. and Lane, Pauline 2012. Mental wellbeing: dementia care in diverse ethnic groups. Nursing and Residential Care. 14 (1), pp. 47-50.

Turning your dissertation into a publishable journal article

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2016. Turning your dissertation into a publishable journal article. Counselling Psychology Review. 31 (1), pp. 50-58.

Preparing for a doctoral viva

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2016. Preparing for a doctoral viva. Counselling Psychology Review. 31 (1), pp. 59-66.

How do daughters experience having a mother with dementia?

Finill, C. and Tribe, R. 2017. How do daughters experience having a mother with dementia? Counselling Psychology Review. 32 (2), pp. 4-13.

End of Life Issues and Older People’s Mental Health

Tribe, R. 2017. End of Life Issues and Older People’s Mental Health. in: Lane, Pauline and Tribe, Rachel (ed.) Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People London and USA Jessica Kingsley Publishers. pp. 145-171

Preparing for and writing up your doctoral thesis

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2017. Preparing for and writing up your doctoral thesis. Counselling Psychology Review. 32 (2), pp. 57-66.

The iNEAR programme: an existential positive psychology intervention for resilience and emotional wellbeing

Tunariu, A., Tribe, R., Frings, D. J. and Albery, I. P. 2017. The iNEAR programme: an existential positive psychology intervention for resilience and emotional wellbeing. International Review of Psychiatry. 29 (4), pp. 362-372.

Social Justice, Diversity and Leadership

Tribe, R. and Bell, D. 2017. Social Justice, Diversity and Leadership. European Journal of Counselling Psychology. 6 (1), pp. 111-125.

Interpreting in mental health, roles and dynamics in practice

Resera, Elena, Tribe, R. and Lane, Pauline 2015. Interpreting in mental health, roles and dynamics in practice. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. 8 (2), pp. 192-206.

Mind your language: working with interpreters in healthcare settings and therapeutic encounters

Tribe, R. and Tunariu, A. 2009. Mind your language: working with interpreters in healthcare settings and therapeutic encounters. Sexual and Relationship Therapy. 24 (1), pp. 74-84.

Following NICE 2008: a practical guide for health professionals on community engagement with local black and minority ethnic (BME) community groups

Lane, Pauline and Tribe, R. 2010. Following NICE 2008: a practical guide for health professionals on community engagement with local black and minority ethnic (BME) community groups. Diversity in Health and Care. 7 (2), pp. 105-114.

Increasing mental health capacity in a post-conflict country through effective professional volunteer partnerships: A series of case studies with government agencies, local NGOs and the diaspora community

Tribe, R., Weerasinghe, Dilanthi and Parameswaran, Shanthy 2014. Increasing mental health capacity in a post-conflict country through effective professional volunteer partnerships: A series of case studies with government agencies, local NGOs and the diaspora community. International Review of Psychiatry. 26 (5), pp. 558-565.

Globalization, culture and mental health [Editorial]

Tribe, R. and Melluish, Steve 2014. Globalization, culture and mental health [Editorial]. International Review of Psychiatry. 26 (5), pp. 535-537.

Culture, Politics and Global Mental Health

Tribe, R. 2014. Culture, Politics and Global Mental Health. Disability and the Global South. 1 (2), pp. 251-265.

A Critical Review of the Evolution of a Multi-level Community-based Children's Play Activity Programme Run by the Family Rehabilitation Centre (FRC) Throughout Sri Lanka

Tribe, R. 2004. A Critical Review of the Evolution of a Multi-level Community-based Children's Play Activity Programme Run by the Family Rehabilitation Centre (FRC) Throughout Sri Lanka. Journal of Refugee Studies. 17 (1), pp. 114-135.

Health Pluralism: A More Appropriate Alternative to Western Models of Therapy in the Context of the Civil Conflict and Natural Disaster in Sri Lanka?

Tribe, R. 2007. Health Pluralism: A More Appropriate Alternative to Western Models of Therapy in the Context of the Civil Conflict and Natural Disaster in Sri Lanka? Journal of Refugee Studies. 20 (1), pp. 21-36.

Exploring Polish migrants' adaptation to life in the UK: an interpretative phenomenological analysis

O'Brien, Paul and Tribe, R. 2013. Exploring Polish migrants' adaptation to life in the UK: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. 7 (4), pp. 439-451.

Health Pluralism: A More Appropriate Alternative to Western Models of Therapy in the Context of the Civil Conflict and Natural Disaster in Sri Lanka?

Tribe, R. 2007. Health Pluralism: A More Appropriate Alternative to Western Models of Therapy in the Context of the Civil Conflict and Natural Disaster in Sri Lanka? Journal of Refugee Studies. 20 (1), pp. 21-36.

Working with Interpreters in Health Settings: Guidelines for Psychologists

Tribe, R., Thompson, Kate and British Psychological Society, Professional Practice Board 2008. Working with Interpreters in Health Settings: Guidelines for Psychologists. Leicester British Psychological Society.

Exploring the Three-Way Relationship in Therapeutic Work with Interpreters

Tribe, R. and Thompson, Kate 2009. Exploring the Three-Way Relationship in Therapeutic Work with Interpreters. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 5 (2), pp. 13-21.

WPA guidance on mental health and mental health care in migrants

Bhugra, D., Gupta, S., Bhui, K., Craig, T., Dogra, N., Ingleby, J.D., Kirkbride, J., Moussaoui, D., Nazroo, J., Qureshi, A., Stompe, T. and Tribe, R. 2011. WPA guidance on mental health and mental health care in migrants. World Psychiatry. 10 (1), pp. 2-10.

Opportunity for development or necessary nuisance? The case for viewing working with interpreters as a bonus in therapeutic work

Tribe, R. and Thompson, Kate 2009. Opportunity for development or necessary nuisance? The case for viewing working with interpreters as a bonus in therapeutic work. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 5 (2), pp. 4-12.

Bridging the gap or damming the flow? Some observations on using interpreters/bicultural workers when working with refugee clients, many of whom have been tortured

Tribe, R. 1999. Bridging the gap or damming the flow? Some observations on using interpreters/bicultural workers when working with refugee clients, many of whom have been tortured. British Journal of Medical Psychology. 72 (4), pp. 567-576.

Mental health of refugees and asylum-seekers

Tribe, R. 2002. Mental health of refugees and asylum-seekers. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment. 8 (4), pp. 240-247.

Good practice issues in working with interpreters in mental health

Tribe, R. and Morrissey, Jean 2004. Good practice issues in working with interpreters in mental health. Intervention. 2 (2), pp. 129-142.

Unequal care: an introduction to understanding UK policy and the impact on asylum-seeking children

Lane, Pauline and Tribe, R. 2006. Unequal care: an introduction to understanding UK policy and the impact on asylum-seeking children. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 2 (2), pp. 7-14.

Refugees and asylum seekers

Tribe, R. and Patel, N. 2007. Refugees and asylum seekers. The Psychologist. 20 (3), pp. 149-151.

Working with interpreters

Tribe, R. 2007. Working with interpreters. The Psychologist. 20 (3), pp. 159-161.
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