Search results for 'Psychology' (18)
Dr Suzie Wang
Suzie is an enthusiastic and motivated psychologist. Her research programme crosses the domains of health and clinical psychology and cross-cultural psychology. Her teaching mainly includes research methods, health psychology, clinical and counselling psychology and mental and physical wellbeing.
Richard SimpsonRichard is a current PhD student in sport and exercise psychology within the Carnegie School of Sport. He is also a part-time lecturer and staff team member for the level four 'Human Behaviour in Sport and Exercise Module'. Richard engages in project work as a Research Assistant within the same department, and has intentions in training towards accreditation as a sport and exercise psychologist. In addition, Richard is an active committee member of the DSEP Northern Applied Hub, and is currently the project lead for the Hub's 'Talking Psych' Podcast.
Philippa is a Lecturer on Social Psychology and Qualitative Research Methods modules in the School of Social Sciences.
Dr Andrew Wilson
Dr Wilson is an internationally recognised expert in perception, action and embodied cognition.
Valerie works as a Psychological Therapies and Mental Health Lecturer in the Department of Health and Community Studies and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). She is also a practising, Accredited (BACP) Counsellor and Psychotherapist with a private practise.
Dr Nicole Gridley
Nicole is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Education. She has a background in Psychology and completed her PhD at Bangor University in 2014.
Dr Jackie HargreavesJackie is Module Leader for exercise psychology and physical activity modules. She is interested in a number of research areas relating to exercise psychology. Specific interest lies in exploring how physical activity can be beneficial for mental health.
Dr Cohen worked as a Psychotherapist for several years and then worked in Psychiatric units and therapeutic communities (NHS Pennine Care) in and around Manchester; specialising in Psychodrama, Dramatherapy, Music Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapies.
Dr Maxine Woolhouse
Maxine is a feminist and critical social psychologist. Her research interests are in the area of gender, social class, eating practices and critical perspectives on 'obesity'.
Maxine is a Senior Lecturer in psychology and teaches across a range of undergraduate modules including Critical and Philosophical Issues, Qualitative Research Methods and Psychology of Women. She is particularly interested in feminist and critical approaches to understanding relations between gender, social class and eating practices.
Dr Michalis Kakos
Michalis's research and teaching experience cover the areas of citizenship and intercultural education, inclusive education and special educational needs. The aspect of schooling that Michalis is particularly interested in is the interaction between students and teachers and its role in young people's self-concept and socialisation.
Dr John Allan
John is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Outdoor Education (OE). As an academic and outdoor practitioner, he leads undergraduate courses and modules on Masters programmes in OE. His area of research centres on positive psychology and resilience building through adventure.
Dr Steve Taylor
Steve Taylor teaches mainly on the Psychology and Society course, and is the Module Leader for Consciousness Studies and Positive Psychology. He is a widely published and well known author of books on psychology and self-development.
Dr Helen Fawkner
Principal Lecturer in Psychology Helen received her MSc and PhD from the University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Prior to this she completed a BSc (Hons) at Monash University, Australia. Helen is currently the Course Leader for the BSc (Hons) Psychology degree.
Dr Andrew Manley
Andrew is a Principal Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Psychology. He also works as a Practitioner Sport and Exercise Psychologist supporting athletes and coaches from a range of sports and backgrounds.
Dr Paula Singleton
Paula Singleton is a critical psychologist with specialist expertise in qualitative methods, and phenomenology in particular. She has carried out research with a community drugs treatment service and collaborated with Stanford University on a study of a rare pregnancy complication.
Dr Nova Deighton-Smith
Dr Nova Deighton-Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Local Research Ethics Chair for the Psychology department. Her teaching reflects research interests in both health and social psychology with a specific focus on the psychology of appearance and role of media.
Dr Faye Didymus
Faye is a senior lecturer in sport and exercise psychology within the Carnegie School of Sport. She is the course leader for the MSc. Psychology of Sport and Exercise degree programme and chair of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology's (AASP) Research Development Committee. She is also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a BASES Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist, a Science Council Chartered Scientist, and is regularly featured on global, national, and local television (e.g., BBC Breakfast, BBC World News, Sky News, Sky Sports, Sky Sports News) and radio (e.g., BBC Radio Five Live, BBC Radio 4, Radio Aire).
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Dr Adam Gledhill
Adam is a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology. He also works as a sport scientist supporting athletes, coaches and parents from a range of sports and backgrounds.