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October 15th, 2018 - Lisa Graham-Wisener

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Dr Lisa Graham-Wisener is a Lecturer in Health Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland. Lisa works within a research centre of health and clinical psychologists with an interest in improving quality of life in chronic illness, and has a PhD in Health Psychology. In her current position Lisa researches in the area of health psychology, in addition to teaching and research supervision. Her research to date has focused on psychological adjustment in post-treatment cancer survivors and their family carers, and in the enhancement of quality of life and psychological wellbeing in advanced illness (both malignant and non-malignant conditions). She is also involved in research involving outcome measure validation and building resilience in healthcare professionals.

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October 1st, 2018 - Lisa Campbell

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I’m currently a trainee counselling psychologist, studying via the British Psychological Society’s Qualification in Counselling Psychology (BPS QCoP).  Prior to this, I completed my undergraduate degree in Forensic Psychobiology, and an MSc Pluralistic Counselling both at Abertay University.  In addition to my interests in the effects of trauma on a person’s wellbeing, I’m also interested in factors impacting memory and mental health difficulties.  I try to raise awareness of the spectrum of outcomes in trauma and the use of pluralistic principles in therapy. 

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September 24th, 2018 - Emma Kinnaird

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I'm a PhD student at King's College London, funded through a doctoral training partnership with the Medical Research Council. I originally completed my undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature, but decided to work in mental health research after experiencing mental health problems myself. My PhD is on how we can improve existing eating disorder treatments for two groups that have been historically under-recognised in eating disorder research: men with eating disorders, and people with co-occurring anorexia and autism. 

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September 3rd, 2018 - Eloise Stark

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Eloise Stark is a DPhil student in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. Her doctoral research focuses upon the neural dynamics of face processing, and specifically the salience of infant faces and how “cuteness” operates to ensure infant survival. This research also has an emphasis on parent-infant interaction in the context of infant craniofacial abnormality such as cleft lip, and the development of interventions to support these families. This doctoral work will form part of a larger project to elucidate the functional neuroanatomy of the human parental brain, and to understand perinatal psychiatric disorders, such as postpartum depression.

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27th August, 2018 - Helen Rodwell

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Dr Helen Rodwell is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist.  She has been working clinically with children, adults, parents and families for over fifteen years in a variety of settings including prisons, community, primary care, social care, adult mental health and CAMHS.  Prior to clinical psychology training, Helen worked within forensic services and has a MSc in Forensic Psychology.  She currently works in independent practice where she offers psychological consultations and therapeutic interventions to children, parents and families alongside being a long-standing Expert Witness to the Family Courts.  Helen previously co-managed and worked within an NHS mental health service for Looked After and Adopted children.  She is a Certified Theraplay Practitioner, Associate Supervisor and Trainer. 

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13th August, 2018 - Miriam Silver

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Dr Miriam Silver is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who took a voluntary redundancy from the NHS after 16 years working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services to set up her own small social business. She is a self-proclaimed data nerd, whose mission is to use psychological knowledge to improve outcomes for children who have experienced adversity. Her company, LifePsychol Ltd, provides tools to map the needs of complex children and see how they change over time. The goal is to improve children’s social care in the UK, starting with children living in foster families and residential care homes.

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6th August, 2018 - Alistair Teager

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Hi, I’m a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist working at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Hospital. I’m the clinical lead for Neuropsychology input for acute neurorehabilitation, major trauma, and community neurorehabilitation, and my team were also heavily involved in providing inpatient psychological support for those brought to Salford Royal following the Manchester Arena Attack. I do inpatient and outpatient work, and have research interests in emergency preparedness, major trauma, digitisation of clinical practice, and rare neurological disorders.

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30th July, 2018 - Sophia Fedorowicz

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My name is Sophia Fedorowicz and I have recently finished my undergraduate degree in psychology at Staffordhsire University where I attained a first (very proud and will mention it any opportunity I get). My main interest is mental health, including peers support, self-care and service user involvement. I have also developed a growing enthusiasm for the dissemination of research. I'm looking forward to starting an MSc in Applied Research at Staffordshire uni later this year but my long-term goal is clinical psychology. I love to hear from like-minded people so get in touch! 

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23rd July, 2018 - Nadine Mirza

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Nadine is an aspiring clinical and research psychologist who has completed her BSc (Hons) in Psychology and MPhil in Primary Care Mental Health from the University of Manchester (UoM). She is currently working towards her PhD in Mental Health at the university, funded through a doctoral training studentship with the Medical Research Council. Her research is on the assessment of dementia and cognitive impairment within ethnic minorities and improving their access to and diagnosis of dementia in memory clinics. As she has roots in both the UK and Pakistan she has knowledge of both their cultural and language based contexts.

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16th July, 2018 - Rachel Miller

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Rachel is an Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working in private practice in Chicago, IL. She has a BS in Psychology, a MA in Couple and Family Therapy, and is currently a second year Couple and Family Therapy PhD student at Adler University.  Prior to becoming a therapist, Rachel spent nearly a decade in adult sex education, and 20 years in retail management. In addition to her roles as student, and therapist, Rachel wears the hats of wife, mother to 16 year old daughter and 20 year old son, and writer. 

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9th July, 2018 - Caitlin Black

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Caitlin completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Sheffield Hallam University. She is currently studying for an MSc in Applied Neuropsychology at The University of Bristol. Presently, Caitlin is conducting her research project within the epilepsy surgery programme in North Bristol NHS Trust. The research is investigating the neuropsychological predictors of quality of life outcome following on from epilepsy surgery. Alongside this she is also undertaking a summer placement as an Honorary Assistant Psychologist at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

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2nd July, 2018 - Marta Isibor

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My name is Marta and I am a Master in Research student at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. I currently work as Honorary Assistant Psychologist in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Service, a Study Skills Tutor, a Research Assistant and Mentor at Queen Margaret University, and as Editor for PsyPAG Quarterly. In the future I want to pursue Clinical Psychology. I am involved in clinical work in mental health and in research. My research in the Royal Edinburgh Hospital focuses on psychosis, while my academic work centres on my interests in the obsessive-compulsive spectrum.

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18th June, 2018 - Tom Rozwaha

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Hi! I'm Tom, a Trainee Clinical Psychologist from the North of England. I also founded PsyTweeps! My long-standing interest in psychology and the behaviour of others spurred me to take it at A-Level, and the rest is history. I went on to study a BSc in Psychology in Lancaster, and specialised in psychopharmacology and neurobiology during my third year. My third year thesis project, "Electrophysiological correlates of the auditory enhancement effect at the level of the Auditory Cortex" really cemented my interest in neuropsychology and neurobiology.

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11th June, 2018 - Courtney Goodridge

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Courtney started his academic career at Sheffield Hallam University where he graduated in 2017 with a degree in Psychology. He is currently studying for an MSc in Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience at The University of Birmingham. This course has provided him with the tools and resources to become well versed in various brain imaging techniques. This means not only understanding how to implement the methodology and analyse the data they provide, but also how they can be applied to solve real world issues.

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4th June, 2018 - Ellie Evans

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Ellie is currently working in an independent gift shop as a sales assistant and social media manager, alongside running her own social media agency Graceful Media. Her true passions and ambitions lie within Psychology however. Ellie studied her BSc (Hons) in Psychology at Lancaster University before continuing at Lancaster with an MSc in Psychological Research Methods, and graduated December 2017. While studying the MSc, Ellie worked as a Research Assistant for the Law School at Lancaster University.

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28th May, 2018 - Kathy Buhler

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Hi, I'm Kathy! I am a mother, a volunteer, and an advocate; passionate about youth mental health. I am currently focused on gathering resources for families, and learning as much as I can about the ways in which we can help youth improve their mental health and coping skills. I help caregivers navigate various systems that provide support to youth, and support families (biological, chosen, diverse) as they seek their best ways of managing. 

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16th April, 2018 - Steph Acaster

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Steph graduated with a BSc Psychology degree from the University of Birmingham in 2014. In the intervening 3.5 years, she has been a doctoral student at Sheffield Hallam University. She is currently writing up a thesis in the area of visual perception, focusing on lightness contrast and lightness assimilation (i.e. instances where two identical grey surfaces appear to differ depending on the context they are presented in) and uses a combined behavioural and EEG approach.

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9th April, 2018 - Laura Browne

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Hello my name is Laura. I'm an assistant psychologist working in CAMHS. I previously worked in the private sector as an assistant psychologist working in brain injury rehabilitation and neurological conditions. I've always been passionate about psychology. A close member of my family has severe and enduring mental illness, which meant that I experienced trauma as a child whilst being a carer from a very young age, so as soon as I knew what a psychologist was I wanted to be one!

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26th March, 2018 - Imogen CM

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My name is Imogen, and I live in Scotland with my partner and my cat.  I got interested in psychology when I saw Susan Greenfield's Christmas Lectures on the brain when I was seven.  I remember thinking "Girls can do science too!".  After completing my undergrad in psychology, I studied for an MSc in Health psychology, then worked as a research assistant, then an assistant psychologist in a CAMHS team.  All that experience helped me get on the Clinical Associate in Applied Psychology training at the University of Edinburgh.

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