Shepherd, L., Reynolds, D. P., Turner, A., O’Boyle, C. P., & Thompson, A. R. (2019). The role of psychological flexibility in appearance anxiety in people who have experienced a visible burn injury. Burns, 45(2), 942-949.

Rai, L., Shepherd, L., & O’Boyle, C. P. (2019). Quantitative and Thematic Analysis of Burns Surgeons’ Attitudes, Beliefs and Surgical Decision-Making in Self-Harm Burn Injuries: The Use of a Questionnaire and Hypothetical Cases. Burns, 45(1), 180-189.

Heath, J., Shepherd, L., & Harcourt, D. (2018). Towards improved psychological outcomes for survivors of burn injuries. Scars, Burns & Healing, 4, 1-3.

Heyward-Chaplin, J., Shepherd, L., Arya, R., & O’Boyle, C. (2018). Audit of healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards patients who self-harm and adherence to national guidance in a UK burns and plastic surgery department. Scars, Burns & Healing, 4, 1-7.

Shepherd, L. (2018). An audit of suicide attempt admissions over a four-year period in a UK Major Trauma Centre.Trauma, 20(2), 94-99.

Shepherd, L., Tew, V. & Rai, L. (2017). A comparison of two psychological screening methods currently used for inpatients in a UK burns service. Burns, 43, 1802-8.

Macleod, R., Shepherd, L., & Thompson, A. R. (2016). Post-traumatic stress symptomatology and appearance distress following burn injury: An interpretive phenomenological analysis. Health Psychology, 35(11), 1197-1204.

Martin, C., Bonas, S., Shepherd, L., & Hedges, E. (2016). The experience of scar management for adults with burn injuries: An interpretive phenomenological analysis. Burns, 42, 1311-1322.

Shepherd, L. (2015). A pilot study exploring the relationship between trauma symptoms and appearance concerns following burn injuries. Burns, 41(2), 345-351.

Shepherd, L., Tattersall, H., & Buchanan, H. (2014). Looking in the mirror for the first time after
facial burns: A retrospective mixed-methods study.
 Burns, 40(8), 1624-34.

Shepherd, L. & Begum, R. (2014). Helping burn patients to look at their injuries: How confident
are burn care staff and how often do they help?
 Burns, 40(8), 1602-8.

Shepherd, L. & Wild, J. (2014). Emotion regulation, physiological arousal and PTSD symptoms in
trauma-exposed individuals. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
, 45(3), 360-367.

Shepherd, L. & Wild, J. (2014). Cognitive appraisals, objectivity and coping in ambulance workers: a
pilot study. Emergency Medicine Journal,
 31(1), 41-44.

Shepherd, L. & Rodgers, E. (2011). Identifying psychological distress in individuals admitted to
hospital following a burn injury: An audit comparing two different assessment methods.
 
Clinical Psychology Forum, 227, 37-41.

Redstone, L., Shepherd, L., Bousfield, C., & Brooks, P. (2011). An audit of patients’ experiences and
opinions concerning mirrors in a UK burns service. Burns
, 37(7), 1248-1254.

Shepherd, L. (2010). Common themes and cognitive biases in the negative thoughts of women with
recurrent genital herpes: clinical reflections and implications for cognitive behaviour therapy. Sexual and Relationship Therapy
, 25(2), 148-159.

Shepherd, L., Heke, S., Sarner, L., & O’Donovan, A. (2010). Are UK services meeting the need of
patients with sexual problems and where should psychosexual services be provided? Sexual and Relationship Therapy
, 25(1), 29-36.

Shepherd, L. (2010). Cognitive behavior therapy for sexually addictive behavior. Clinical Case 
Studies, 9(1), 18-27.

Shepherd, L., Heke, S., & O’Donovan, A. (2009). Sexual problems in two inner city London sexual
health centres: prevalence, attributions and need for psychosexual services. Sexual and
Relationship Therapy
, 24(3-4), 249-260.

Shepherd, L., Salkovskis, P. M., & Morris, M. (2009). Recording therapy sessions: An evaluation of
patient and therapist reported behaviours, attitudes and preferences. Behavioural and
Cognitive Psychotherapy
, 37(2), 141-150.

Shepherd, L., & Kuczynski, A. (2009). The use of emotive imagery and behavioral techniques for a
10-year-old boy’s nocturnal fear of ghosts and zombies.
 Clinical Case Studies, 8(2), 99-112.