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Research and Innovation Assistant and PhD Student of Psychology at Swansea University, Swansea University

Using evidence-based models as a lens through which participant insights may be understood and contextualised, my research offers insights that extend on the Holistic Model of Neurorehabilitation, highlighting how community partnerships may be leveraged to create opportunities for wellbeing in those living with acquired brain injury. This research also highlights the need to consider individuals in relation to their communities and natural environments, while outlining the potential for population health improvement by adopting a systems-based approaches to healthcare. My colleagues and I aspire to use our academic and clinical experience to facilitate the translation of evidence into practice. As such, our work involves co-designing and evaluating evidence-based interventions grounded in models of wellbeing science.


  • 2022–present
    Research and Innovation Assistant, Swansea University Healthcare Technology Centre
  • 2019–present
    PhD Candidate of Psychology, Swansea University
  • 2022–2022
    Peer Writing Adviser, Swansea University Centre for Academic Success


  • 2018 
    MSc Clinical and Abnormal Psychology, Swansea University, First Class Hons
  • 2017 
    BSc Psychology, Swansea University, First Class Hons


  • 2023
    What's next for wellbeing science? Moving from the Anthropocene to the Symbiocene, Frontiers in Psychology
  • 2023
    Toward a Culture of Care for Societal Wellbeing: A Perspective from the Healthcare Sector, Broadening the Scope of Wellbeing Science: Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Flourishing and Wellbeing
  • 2022
    Riding the wave into wellbeing: A qualitative evaluation of surf therapy for individuals living with acquired brain injury, PLOS ONE
  • 2019
    Rethinking wellbeing: Toward a more ethical science of wellbeing that considers current and future generations, Authorea