Dr Ana Nikcevic

About

I am a health psychologist and psychological therapist with research interests in clinical and health psychology. My expertise lies in the psychology of women's reproductive health and the application of cognitive-behavioural and metacognitive theories and therapies to the understanding of addictive behaviours and health-related conditions.

At Kingston University I am the programme Director of the MSc in Clinical Applications of Psychology.

Academic responsibilities

Associate Professor of Psychology

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) (First Class) Psychology, Clinical Psychology orientation, University of Belgrade
  • MSc (Distinction) Health Psychology, City University, London
  • PhD Psychology, King's College London
  • PgCert in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, University College London
  • Diploma Level 1 and Level 2 in Metacognitive Therapy, Metacognitive Therapy Institute, Manchester (UK)-Trondheim (Norway)

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught

Research

Recent research grants held:

Nikcevic, A.V. (2013-2016): The psychological Impact of pre-eclampsia screening on pregnant women. Fetal Medicine Foundation, UK.

Terry, P. & Nikcevic, A.V. (2011-2014). Biomedical and societal effects of alcohol. The European Foundation for Alcohol Research (ERAB).

Research student supervision

Main supervision

  • Helen Christie-Pike
  • Zoe Dodd

Research student supervision

Publications