Dr Amelia Baldwin I am a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology and a BPS Chartered and HCPC registered counselling psychologist.  I have worked in various capacities including the voluntary sector, advocacy, NHS services, academia an (More)
In my role at Caring in Bristol, I cooked and prepared meals to be sent out to homeless people around Bristol. We would generally spend the day preparing about 200/300 meals, made out of food that had been donated - it was great because it meant tha (More)
During 2020 I was furloughed for a number of months, I was undertaking my masters in law alongside my employment following my LPC course. All of my academic studies and work experience relate to law. I have always been interested in psychology, s (More)
By Dr Liz Jenkinson, Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology and Co-chair of the UWE Bristol Healthy University Group With a new variant pushing healthcare capacity to its limits, understanding the challenges of responding to Covid-19 on the frontli (More)
We're delighted to welcome Drs Jones and Porter to UWE and to PSRG - both have joined our Applied Cognition and Neuroscience theme. Dr Scott Jones Having received a First-class BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of the West of Englan (More)
UWE Bristol Lecturer in Psychology Dr Trang Mai Tran part of research team seeking to develop and evaluate staff training around the mental health of autistic students at universities. Dr Trang Mai Tran is part of a research team along with coll (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol Academic Spotlight: Graham Parkhurst
As part of our focus on our Research Strength, Sustainability and Climate Change Resilience, we will be sharing spotlights on some of our academics working in that area. First up: Professor Graham Parkhurst, Director, Centre for Transport and Soc (More)
By Dr Helena Lewis-Smith, Senior Research Fellow, and Sharon Haywood, Research Associate, from the Centre for Appearance Research Lockdown has changed our lives in unprecedented ways. Not only has it transformed how we study and work, but it has (More)
By Eva Fragkiadaki The implications of nomothetic psychotherapy research Psychotherapy research has made significant progress in providing strong evidence for process and outcome in favour of specific approaches. However, after many years of r (More)