Dr. Ingrid Söchting is the Director of the UBC Psychology Clinic at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Söchting’s areas of clinical expertise include individual and group therapy, emphasizing shorter-term therapies such as CBT and IPT. She also has experience with assessment, treatment, and research of Canadian Aboriginal people and Asian immigrants to Canada.
She has been instrumental in developing CBT group therapy program for depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder, as well as interpersonal therapy (IPT) groups for later life depression. She supervises and teaches CBT and IPT to psychology and psychiatry residents, coordinates the CBT program for the UBC Psychiatry program, and is a clinical associate professor in the UBC Department of Psychiatry.
Clinical research interests include outcome evaluations of CBT and IPT group therapy (including for Asian immigrants), the role of patients’ expectations for group therapy, predictors of success in group therapy, dropout rates, and bridging the gap between science and practice of psychotherapy.
Dr. Ingrid Söchting is a Canadian-Certified CBT therapist and a Certified Group Therapist of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.
Clinical research interests include outcome evaluations of CBT and IPT group therapy including for Asian immigrants, the role of patients’ expectations for group therapy, predictors of success in group therapy, dropout rates, and bridging the gap between science and practice of psychotherapy.
Söchting, I. Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy: Challenges and Opportunities. John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. (2014). Purchase
Journal articles in the past five years
Schultz, C.N., Lambek, R., Højgaard, Söchting, I., Thastum, M., Thomson, P.H., & Hybel, K.A. (in press). Validation and psychometric properties of a Danish version of the Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire-Child Version (OBQ-CV). Nordic Journal of Psychiatry.
Söchting, I, Lau, M, & Ogrodniczuk, J (2018). Predicting compliance in group CBT using the Group Therapy Questionnaire. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 68 (2), 184-194.
Söchting, I., Tsai, M., & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2016). Patients’ perceptions of treatment credibility and their relation to the outcome of group CBT for depression. Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 4: 7–15 DOI: 10.12740/APP/66485
Hungr, C., Ogrodniczuk, J.S., & Söchting, I. (2016). Alexithymia and locus of control among psychiatric outpatients. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.
Visla, A, Constantino, M.J., Newkirk, K, Ogrodniczuk, J, & Söchting, I. (2016). The relation between outcome expectation, therapeutic alliance, and outcome among depressed patients in group cognitive-behavioural therapy. Psychotherapy Research.
Constantino, M. J., Vîslă, A., Ogrodiczuk, J. S., Coyne, A. E., & Söchting, I., (2016). Looking forward: Correlates of posttreatment outcome expectation among depressed outpatients. Estudios de Psicología (Studies in Psychology). DOI: 10.1080/02109395.2016.1189205
Sierra Hernandez, C., Oliffe, J.L., Joyce, A.S., Söchting, I., & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2014). Treatment Preferences Among Men Attending Outpatient Psychiatric Services. Journal of Mental Health, 23 (1), 83-87.
Söchting, I., Williams, C., & DeGagne, T (2010). Group CBT: Capitalizing on Efficiency and Humanity. In J. Bennett-Levy, D.A., Richards, P. Farrand, H. Christensen, K.M. Griffiths, D.J. Kavanagh, B. Klein, M.A. Lau, J. Proudfoot, L. Ritterband, J. White, C. Williams (Eds)., Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions. Oxford University Press.
Dr. Söchting does not supervise graduate students for research.