One of the most amazing things about being an academic is supporting passionate and talented young scientists as they begin their research careers. I’ve included here a list of students who have graduated from my research group. If you’d like to know more about any individual projects, please do get in touch.
Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology)
Brooke Swash (2015): Assessing unmet psychosocial needs in haematological cancer care – Do needs predict adjustment and outcome?
Doctor of Counselling Psychology
Seyla Dogan (2016): Acceptance and commitment skills training in groups versus self-help for people with public speaking anxiety
Samantha Williams (2013): A mixed method investigation of unmet psychosocial needs in children of a parent with chronic illness
Dawn Gearing (2012): Diagnosing and treating the voices – A qualitative investigation of people with auditory hallucinations
Val Harrington (2011): Understanding the psychological counselling needs of young adults with specific/pragmatic language impairment who are experiencing problems with psychosocial adjustment
Masters Degree in Psychology
Martina Ferrari (2014): Unmet psychological supportive care needs and their relation with psychological wellbeing – A survey of Italian cancer survivors
Richard O’Rourke (2013): Cognitive defusion in children – Measurement of the associated processes of mindfulness and wellbeing
Clare Charman (2012): Acceptability and use of third-wave therapies in psychosocial oncology
Jayne Joy (2011): Perfectionism and body image dissatisfaction – Do acceptance and mindfulness play a role in mediating their relationship with eating disorder symptoms?
Danielle Wilson-Smith (2010): Exploring the psychosocial needs of children whose parent has cancer – child and parent perspectives
Helen Renshaw (2010): The effects of volunteer work on psychological wellbeing
Samantha Swann (2008): Trainee counselling psychologists’ experiences of self-care