I teach on the BSc and MSc Forensic Psychology and Clinical and Community Psychology programmes.
My work draws on intersectional feminist, critical and community psychology approaches, where I use visual, participatory and action research methods with a keen interest and passion to work with people from groups who are under-researched or marginalised. I have a strong track record of working in partnership with health service and third sector organisations, to lead and develop robust, effective and impactful research projects. I have been involved in a number of collaborative research projects exploring patients and staff experiences of forensic psychiatric spaces and intimate relationships during periods of detention. Currently, I am the research and evaluation lead for the Black Church Domestic Abuse Forum (BCDAF www.bcdaf.org.uk) an interdisciplinary collaboration of academics, practitioners and faith leaders aiming to support church communities to better respond to domestic abuse.