Principal Investigators
Dr. Derek Richards

Dr Derek Richards is the Chief Science Officer at SilverCloud. Derek leads the global research initiatives that impact the development of the SilverCloud solutions. Together with Dr Ladislav Timulak is co-director of the E-mental health research group in the School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin. He is very interested in the development, implementation, and research of technology delivered interventions for mental health. He has presented and published nationally and internationally in this area. For a list of publications, see his website .

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Dr. Ladislav Timulak

Dr Timulak is a counselling psychologist and Course Director of the Doctoral Programme in Counselling Psychology at Trinity College Dublin. He is an active psychotherapy researcher and also involved in clinical work. His main area of research is the development of emotion-focused therapy. He published a number of books (the latest one being Transforming Generalized Anxiety, Routledge, 2017), book chapters and research papers. His interest in online psychological interventions stems from his collaboration with Dr. Derek Richard, a leading expert in the field of online mental health. For other areas of Dr. Timulak’s research see his research profile.

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Postdoctoral Researchers
Dr. Jorge Palacios

Dr. Jorge E Palacios is a clinical researcher for SilverCloud Health and the E-Mental Health Research Group at Trinity College Dublin. He obtained his PhD in Psychological Medicine from King's College London, at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience (IoPPN). His main PhD work, on trajectories of depression and anxiety symptomatology in Coronary Heart Disease, earned him the Young Investigator of the Year prize from Elsevier and the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine in 2017.

Dr. Angel Enrique

Angel Enrique Roig is PhD in Psychology and has a postgraduate in the treatment of eating disorders. He currently works as a Postdoctoral Clinical Researcher at Silvercloud Health. His main background is in developing and testing the efficacy of clinical and positive psychological interventions, face -to-face and internet delivered, among different conditions, such as anxiety, depression and eating disorders. He has also has expertise in mindfulness and its applications in clinical practice.

Dr. Nora Eilert

Dr Nora Eilert is an accredited Counselling Psychologist (D.Couns.Psych.) and postdoctoral clinical researcher at SilverCloudHealth. Trained in psychological assessment and intervention, Nora has an interest in psychotherapy process and outcome research and the important role internet-delivered interventions may play in health systems globally in the future. Her research focuses on the effectiveness of internet-delivered interventions as well as the mechanisms involved in achieving clinically significant outcomes and maintaining these long-term. She is skilled in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.

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Researchers
Caroline Earley

Caroline Earley (MSc) is a clinical trials associate at SilverCloud Health. Caroline is especially interested in the qualitative experiences of both users and supporters. She has worked in the area of suicide prevention amongst adolescents at Columbia University and in the provision of CBT for anxiety. Currently undertaking psychotherapy training, Caroline hopes to apply her knowledge from face-to-face practice to research and innovation within technology-delivered mental health interventions.​

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Daniel Duffy

Daniel Duffy (MSc) is a clinical trials associate at SilverCloud Health, and works on the research trials that are on-going within the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme in the National Health Service of the United Kingdom. Daniel has a keen interest in the implementation of technology-delivered interventions within routine care, and is hoping to conduct doctoral research within this subject area. His other research interests include the development and provision of technology-delivered interventions to minority and marginalised groups. 

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