I am a Lecturer in Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Roehampton. I am a critical social and developmental psychologist interested in diversity and social justice. I teach critical social and developmental psychology with a particular focus on gender and sexuality. I also teach qualitative methods. I supervise undergraduate dissertation students who are interested in examining issues of diversity and intersectionality using qualitative methods as well as PsychD students whose research methodology or topic of interest intersects with my own. My current research interests are focused around how aspects of diversity (sexuality, age, race) intersects with and impacts upon the experience of higher education.
I hold a BSc (Hons) Psychology (First Class) award by Kingston University, an MSc in Social Psychology (Merit) and a PhD in Psychology both awarded by University of Surrey. I hold Fellowship of the HEA and am a graduate member of the British Psychological Society. I am active in the Society being a member of the Social Psychology Section, the Psychology of Women and Equalities Section, and the Psychology of Sexualities Section. I am currently a member of the Psychology of Sexualities Section Committee where I have taken over Editorship of Psychology of Sexualities Review.
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