Dr Michelle O'Reilly

Associate Professor PhD

michelleOreilly.jpg Research group: Child Mental Health
Email: mjo14@le.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)116 225 2890
Fax:

The Greenwood Institute of Child Health
Westcotes House
Westcotes Drive
Leicester
LE3 0QU
UK

Research Interests and Techniques

  • Research ethics and qualitative methods
  • Conversation analysis
  • Child mental health evaluation of services and interventions

I would be interested in supervising PhD study in any of the areas listed above. Learn more about how to apply here.

Research Group and Funding

RESEARCH PROJECTS 
  • Increasing the understanding of autism in families from minority ethnic groups in Leicestershire Carlton Hayes Charity (2016) £12,066.07 Michelle O’Reilly and Khalid Karim
  • Social media and adolescent mental health: A preliminary qualitative exploration of the potential use of social media for promoting mental health and wellbeing among 12-18 year olds Wellcome Trust (2015) £4160 (project reference: 109393/Z/15/Z) Michelle O’Reilly, Paul Reilly, Panos Vostanis, Nisha Dogra, Jason Hughes, and Natasha Whiteman
  • Evaluation of Prevent Innovation ProjectsHome Office (2017) £29,552.19 Emma Palmer, Michelle O’Reilly, Rob Dover and John Maltby
  • Adolescent Vaping 'Careers': A Qualitative Study of the Usage Trajectories of 16–18-Year-Old E-Cigarette Users in England CRUK (2017) £86,754.08Jason Hughes, Michelle O’Reilly, Khalid Karim, Kahryn Hughes and John Goodwin
  • Public Sector Failure Lessons for Healthcare Policy Makers Health Foundation (2015) £94,629 Ceri Jones, John Maltby, Michelle O’Reilly, Heather Flowe, Ruth Hatcher, Emma Palmer
  • An exploratory pilot study on how clinicians assess for and diagnose comorbid conditions in children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder LPT (2015) £12,240 Khalid Karim, Alvina Ali and Michelle O’Reilly
  • 'Pre-protocol award for Autism research' National Institute for Health Research - £300 (2011) (Ref: RMG62G0289/O'Reilly). Michelle O'Reilly
  • A qualitative study of the views of clinicians involved on the on-call or acute mental health assessmentof deliberate self harm in children and adolescents. University of Leicester (2010) £1350 Khalid Karim, Hannah Fosker, and Michelle O'Reilly
  • MSc Evaluation. UK Research Network (2010) £30,000 Panos Vostanis with Nisha Dogra, Michelle O'Reilly and Khalid Karim

Recent Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

O’Reilly, M., Dogra, N., Hughes, J., Reilly, P., Whiteman, N. (2017). Written evidence for Parliament: Mental health in schools. Available from: http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/health-committee/children-and-young-peoples-mental-healththe-role-of-education/written/45583.pdf

Hart, T., and O’Reilly, M. (2017). Written evidence for Parliament: Mental health in schools. Available from http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/health-committee/children-and-young-peoples-mental-healththe-role-of-education/written/45582.pdf

Kiyimba, N., and O’Reilly, M. (in press). Reflecting on what ‘you said’ as a way of reintroducing difficult topics in child mental health assessments. Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

O’Reilly, M. Lester, J., Muskett, T., and Karim, K. (in press). How parents build a case for Autism Spectrum Disorder during initial assessments: “We’re fighting a losing battle”. Discourse Studies.

Kiyimba, N. and O’Reilly, M. (in press). An exploration of the possibility for secondary traumatic stress amongst transcriptionists: A grounded theory approach. Qualitative Research in Psychology.

Maltby, J., Day, L., Hatcher, R., Tazzyman, S., Flowe, H., Palmer, E., Frosch, C., O’Reilly, M., Jones, C., Buckley, C., Knieps, M. and Cutts, K. (in press). Implicit theories of online trolling: Evidence that attention-seeking conceptions are associated with increased psychological resilience. British Journal of Psychology.

O’Reilly, M., and Lester, J. (in press). Building a case for good parenting in a family therapy systemic environment: Resisting blame and accounting for children’s behaviour. Journal of family therapy.

O’Reilly, M., Kiyimba, N. & Karim, K. (2016). “This is a question we have to ask everyone”: Asking young people about self-harm and suicide. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 23, 479-488.

Kiyimba, N., and O’Reilly, M. (2016). The risk of secondary traumatic stress in the qualitative transcription process: A research note. Qualitative Research, 16(4), 468-476.

O’Reilly, M., Lester, J. and Muskett, T (2016). Children’s claims to knowledge regarding their mental health experiences and practitioners’ negotiation of the problem. Patient Education and Counseling [Special issue], 99, 905-910.

O’Reilly, M. Bowlay-Williams, J., Svirydzenka, N. & Vostanis, P. (2016). A qualitative exploration of how adopted children and their parents conceptualise mental health difficulties. Adoption and Fostering, 40(1), 60-76.

O’Reilly, M., Lester, J., and Muskett, T. (2016). Special section editorial: Discourse/conversation analysis and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(2), 355-359.

Stafford, V., Hutchby, I., Karim, K., and O’Reilly, M. (2016). “Why are you here?” Seeking children’s accounts of their presentation to CAMHS. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 21(1), 3-18.

O’Reilly, M., Karim, K. and Lester, J. (in press). Autism itself actually isn't a disability": The ideological dilemmas of negotiating a 'normal' versus 'abnormal' autistic identity. Communication & Medicine

Kiyimba, N., and O’Reilly, M. (in press). The risk of secondary traumatic stress in the qualitative transcription process: A research note. Qualitative Research

Lester, J., and O’Reilly, M. (in press). Is evidence-based practice a threat to the progress of the qualitative community? Arguments from the bottom of the pyramid. Qualitative Inquiry

O’Reilly, M. Bowlay-Williams, J., Svirydzenka, N. & Vostanis, P. (2016). A qualitative exploration of how adopted children and their parents conceptualise mental health difficulties. Adoption and Fostering

Majumder, P., O’Reilly, M., Karim, K., and Vostanis, P. (2015). “This doctor, I not trust him, I’m not safe”: The perceptions of mental health and services by unaccompanied refugee adolescents. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 61(2), 129-136.

Hay, A., Majumder, P., Fosker, H., Karim, K., and O’Reilly, M. (2015). The views and opinions of CAMHS professionals on their role and the role of others in attending to children who self-harm. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 20(2), 289-303.

Domac, S., Anderson, L., O’Reilly, M., and Smith, R. (2014). Assessing interprofessional competence using a prospective reflective portfolio. Journal of Interprofessional Care doi: 10.3109/13561820.2014.983593.

O’Reilly, M., Karim, K., Stafford, V., and Hutchby, V. (2014) Identifying the interactional processes in the first assessments in child mental health. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, DOI: 10.1111/camh.12077.

Stafford, V., Hutchby, I., Karim, K., and O’Reilly, M. (2014). “Why are you here?” Seeking children’s accounts of their presentation to CAMHS. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, DOI: 10.1177/135910451454395.

O’Reilly, M. (2014). Blame and accountability in family therapy: Making sense of therapeutic spaces discursively. Special issue. Qualitative Psychology,1 (2), 163-177.

Majumder, P., O’Reilly, M., Karim, K., and Vostanis, P. (2014). “This doctor, I not trust him, I’m not safe”: The perceptions of mental health and services by unaccompanied refugee adolescents. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, DOI: 10.1177/0020764014537236.

Bone, C., O'Reilly, M., Karim, K. and Vostanis, P. (2014) "They're not witches...": Young children and their parents' perceptions and experiences of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. Child: Care, Health and Development, doi:10.1111/cch.12161.

Clipsham, L., Vostanis, P., O’Reilly, M., and Faull, C. (2014). Exploring Hospice nurses’ experiences of identifying children’s bereavement needs before the death of a parent. Poster presentations, caregivers and the family. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 4 (Suppl 1): A15.

Antaki, C., and O’Reilly, M. (2014). Either/or questions in psychiatric assessments: the effect of the seriousness and order of the alternatives, Discourse Studies, 16 (3), 327-345.

O'Reilly, M., Vostanis, P., Taylor, H., Day, C., Street, C., and Wolpert, M. (2013). Service user perspectives of multi-agency working: A qualitative study with children with educational and mental health difficulties and their parents. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 18(4), pp. 202-209.

Parker N and O'Reilly M (2013) Reflections from behind the screen: avoiding therapeutic rupture when utilising reflecting teams. The Family Journal: Counselling for Couples and Families, 21(2), 170-179.

O'Reilly M (2013) 'We're here to get you sorted': Parental perceptions of the purpose, progression and family outcomes in family therapy. Journal of Family Therapy, doi: 10.1111/1467-6427.12004.

Parker N and O'Reilly M (2013) 'We are alone in the house': A case study addressing resercher safety and risk. Qualitative Research in Psychology, doi:10.1080/14780887.2011.64726.

O'Reilly M and Parker N (2013) 'You can take a horse to water but you can't make it drink': Exploring children's engagement and resisteance in family therapy. Contemporary Family Therapy, 35(3), 491-507.

O'Reilly, M and Parker, N. (2013). 'Unsatisfactory Saturation': A critical exploration of the notion of saturated sample sizes in qualitative research. Qualitative Research, 13 (2), 190-197.

Hutchby, I., O'Reilly, M. and Parker, N. (2012) Ethics in Praxis: Negotiating the Role and Functions of a Video Camera in Family Therapy. Discourse Studies, 14(6), 675-690.

Karim, K., Cook, L. and O'Reilly, M. (2012) Diagnosing Autistic Spectrum Disorder in the age of austerity. Child: Care, Health and Development, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2214.2012.01410.x.

Vostanis, P., Michelle O'Reilly, Taylor, H., Day, C., Street, C.. Wolpert, M. and Edwards, R. (2012) What can education teach child mental health services? Practioners' perceptions of training and joint working. Emotional Behavioural Difficulties, Vol 17 (2) pp.109-124.

Parker, N. and O'Reilly, M. (2012). Gossiping' as a social action in family therapy: The pseudo-absence and pseudo-presence of children. Discourse Studies, 14 (6) 1-19.

O'Reilly, M. and Parker, N. (2012) "She needs a smack in the gob": negotiating what is appropriate talk in front of children in family therapy. Journal of Family Therapy doi: 10.1111/j.1467-6427.2012.00595.x

O'Reilly, M., Cook, L., and Karim, K. (2012). Complementary or controversial care? The opinions of professionals on complementary and alternative interventions for Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 17(4), 602-615.

O'Reilly, M. Parker, N. and Hutchby, I. (2011). Ongoing processes of managing consent: the empirical ethics of using video-recording in clinical practice and research. Clinical ethics, 6, 179-185.

O'Reilly,M., Karim K., Taylor,H., and Dogra, N (2012) Parent and child views on anonymity: I've got nothing to hide'. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15(3), 211-224.

O’Reilly, M., Dogra, N. Williams, R., Edwards, R., and Vostanis, P. (2010). Turning policy into practice: an evaluation for and delivery of education and training for the staff of specialist child and adolescent mental health services in England. Evidence and Policy, 6 (4), 505-525.

Hutchby, I. and O’Reilly, M. (2010). Children’s participation and the familial moral order in family therapy. Discourse Studies, 12 (1), 49-64.

Yadav, V., O’Reilly, M. and Karim, K. (2010). Secondary school transition: does mentoring help ‘at risk’ children? Community Practitioner, 83 (4), 24-28.

O’Reilly, M., Armstrong, N. and Dixon-Woods, M. (2009). Subject positions in Research Ethics Committee letters: A discursive analysis. Clinical Ethics, 4, 187-194.

O’Reilly, M., Dixon-Woods, M., Angell, E., Ashcroft, R., and Bryman, A. (2009). Doing accountability: A discourse analysis of Research Ethics Committee letters. Sociology of Health and Illness. 31 (2), 246-291.

O’Reilly, M., Taylor, H., and Vostanis, P. (2009). “Nuts, schiz, psycho”: an exploration of young homeless people’s perceptions and dilemmas of defining mental health. Social Science and Medicine, 68, 1737 - 1744.

O’Reilly, M. (2008). ‘What value is there in children’s talk?’ Investigating family therapist’s interruptions of parents and children during the therapeutic process. Journal of Pragmatics. 40, 507-524.

O’Reilly, M. (2008). “I didn’t violent punch him”: Parental accounts of punishing children with mental health problems. Journal of Family Therapy. 30, 272-295.

Edwards, R., Williams, R., Dogra, N., O’Reilly, M., and Vostanis, P. (2008). Facilitating and limiting factors of training available to staff of Specialist CAMHS. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 3 (3), 22-31.

O’Reilly, M. (2007). Who’s a naughty boy then? Accountability, family therapy and the ‘naughty’ child. The Family Journal: Counseling and therapy for couples and families. 15 (3): 234-243.

Giordano, J., O’Reilly, M., Taylor, H., and Dogra, N. (2007). Confidentiality and autonomy: The challenge(s) of offering research participants a choice of disclosing their identity. Qualitative Health Research. 17 (2): 264-275.

O’Reilly, M. (2006). Should children be seen and not heard? An examination of how children’s interruptions are treated in family therapy. Discourse Studies. 8 (4), 549-566.

Johnson, R., O’Reilly, M., and Vostanis, P. (2006). Caring for children with learning disability who present problem behaviours: a maternal perspective. Journal of Child Health Care 10 (3), 188-198.

O’Reilly, M. (2005). The complaining client and the troubled therapist: A Discursive investigation of family therapy. Journal of Family Therapy 27, 371-393.

O’Reilly, M. (2005). Active Noising: The use of noises in talk, the case of onomatopoeia, abstract sounds and the functions they serve in therapy. TEXT 25 (6), 745-761.

O’Reilly, M. (2005). “What seems to be the problem?” A myriad of terms for mental health and behavioural concerns. Disability Studies Quarterly. 25 (4) (online journal article) www.dsq-sds.org

Anderson, L., Vostanis, P., and O’Reilly, M. (2005). "Three-year follow-up of a family support service cohort of children with behavioural problems and their parents" Child Care, Health & Development. 31 (4), 469-477.

BOOKS & CHAPTERS

O’Reilly, M., and Dogra, N. (2016). Interviewing children and young people for research. London: Sage

O’Reilly, M., and Lester, J. (2016: Eds). The Palgrave handbook of adult mental health: Discourse and conversation studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

O’Reilly, M., and Lester, J. (2015; Eds). The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health: Discourse and Conversation Studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Lester, J., and O’Reilly, M. (2015). Repositioning disability in the discourse of our time: A study of the everyday lives of children with autism. In G Noblit and W Pink (Eds). Education, Equity, Economy: Crafting a New Intersection. Springer

Lester, J., and O’Reilly, M. (in press).The discursive construction of problem behaviours of children with autism in therapy.

O’Reilly,M and J Lester, (Eds). The Palgrave Handbook of child mental health; Discourse and conversation studies. London: Palgrave.

Kiyimba, N., and O’Reilly, M. (in press). Parents’ resistance of anticipated blame through alignment strategies: a discursive argument for temporary exclusion of children from family therapy. In M O’Reilly, and J Lester, (Eds). The Palgrave Handbook of child mental health; Discourse and conversation studies. London: Palgrave.

O’Reilly, M., Karim, K., and Lester, J. (in press). Should Autism be classified as a mental illness/disability? Evidence from empirical work. In M O’Reilly, and J Lester, (Eds). The Palgrave Handbook of child mental health; Discourse and conversation studies. London: Palgrave.

O’Reilly, M. and Kiyimba, N. (in press). Advanced Qualitative Research: A Guide to Contemporary Theoretical Debates. London: Sage.

Karim, K., Ali, A., and O’Reilly, M. (2014). A Practical Guide to Mental Health Problems in Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: “It’s not just their autism!. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

O’Reilly, M. and Parker, N. (2014). Doing Mental Health Research with Children and Adolescents: A Guide to Qualitative Methods. London: Sage.

O’Reilly, M., Ronzoni, P., and Dogra, N. (2013). Research with Children: Theory and Practice. London: SAGE Publications

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Lester, J., and O’Reilly, M. (2016). Child-centred communication in a mental health clinic: Examining parent and child disagreements in the construction of the problem. Symposium paper presented at the National Communication Association, Communication’s Civic Callings Conference, November conference. Philadelphia.

O’Reilly, M., and Karim, K. (2016). An investigation of the reality of clinical assessments with children and families: Question design and child-centred practices. Paper presented at Children and Young People’s Mental Health Conference, July conference. Northampton.

O’Reilly, M. (2016). Stigma, mental health and child-centred services: Research with vulnerable groups. Symposium; Children and young people from diverse communities: mental health and cultural diversity. Paper presented at the Mental Health and Cultural Diversity; International Conference, June conference, Leicester.

Majumder, P., O’Reilly, M., and Vostanis, P. (2016). Barriers for unaccompanied refugee minors in accessing mental health care: Is it the therapy or the therapist? Symposium; Children and young people from diverse communities: mental health and cultural diversity. Paper presented at the Mental Health and Cultural Diversity; International Conference, June conference, Leicester.

O’Reilly, M. (2016). Keynote: Questions, decisions and child-centred care in CAMHS: A qualitative examination of the actual practices of child mental health assessments. Paper presented at the BELMAS Educational Leadership Postgraduate Student Network event, June event. London.

Hale, E. Kitas, G., O’Reilly, M., and Vostanis, P. (2016). Should there be information and support available for children whose parents or grandparents have chronic rheumatic conditions? Poster presented at the British Society for Rheumatology, April conference. Manchester.

O’Reilly, M. and Kiyimba, N (2016). Academics are from Mars, practitioners are from Venus: Challenges of collaborative qualitative research partnerships with mental health professionals. Paper presented at 15th annual Qualitative Methods Conference - International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, May conference. Glasgow.

Lester, J., O’Reilly, M. and Kiyimba, N. (2016). Defining and pursuing validity in discourse analysis research. Paper presented at the twelfth Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, May conference. University of Illinois

O’Reilly, M. and Kiyimba, N. (2015). “It’s obviously a problem but…”: A data session to explore the interactional functions of ‘obviously’ in child mental health. Data session presented at Conversation Analysis of Clinical Encounters, July Conference, Loughborough University.

O’Reilly, M. (2014). How perceived mother-blaming is resisted by parents in family therapy. Paper presented at the ‘International Conference on Conversation Analysis and Psychotherapy’ September conference. Ghent: Ghent University.

Majumder, P., O’Reilly, M., Karim, K. and Vostanis, P. (2014) “This doctor, I not trust him.” service dilemmas in providing mental health care for unaccompanied refugee minors and balancing with the risk of medicalising individual life experiences. XVI Congress of Psychiatry Conference, ‘Focusing on access, quality and humane care’ September conference, Madrid, Spain.

Lester, J., and O’Reilly, M. (2014). “Superflex” and the “Unthinkables”: Lexical Markers of Appropriate and Inappropriate Behaviors in Therapy Sessions with Children with Autism. Paper presented at the ‘International Society for Conversation Analysis: 4th Annual conference’ June conference Los Angeles: University of California, LA.

O’Reilly, M., and Lester, J. (2014). Epistemic claims to psychiatric matters in child mental health settings: Children’s claims to knowledge regarding their mental health experiences and professionals’ renegotiation of the problem. Symposium: Knowledge management in institutional interaction. Paper presented at the ‘International Society for Conversation Analysis: 4th Annual conference’ June conference Los Angeles: University of California, LA.

O’Reilly, M., Karim, K., and Parker, N. (2013). “So when you ↓said that you were going to take a knife to yourself (0.99). Yeah (1.15) what were you ↓hoping would happen?”: an exploration of ‘you said’ questions in clinical encounters. Paper presented at ‘CA and Psychotherapy’ July conference. York: University of York.

O'Reilly, M., Parker, N., Stafford, V., and Karim, K. (2012). "I think the University is doing some project": The challenge of convincing the NHS of the value of CA. Paper presented at 'Discourse, communication, conversation: An anniversary conference' March Conference. Loughborough: Loughborough University. PDF

O'Reilly, M. and Parker, N. (2011). 'The invisible paradigm war': civil unrest within qualitative inquiry and the problems of sample saturation. Paper presented at '7th International Mixed Methods Conference; June Conference': Leeds: Leeds University. PDF

O'Reilly, M. (2008). Getting ethics approval: A study on Research Ethics Committees' responses. Paper presented at 'The Research Fair': October Fair in conjunction with Leicestershire NHS Trust. PDF

O'Reilly, M. (2007). Constructing children's half-membership through question-answer sequences in family therapy. Paper presented at 'Conversation Analysis of Questions and Answers: December conference', Loughborough University. PDF

O'Reilly, M. (2006). Methodology, epistemology and ontology: a micro investigation of the natural versus artificial debate. Paper presented at 'Mixed Methods in Health Care: July conference' Cambridge, HSHS: Fitzwilliam college.

O'Reilly, M. and Taylor, H. (2006). 'T' be 'onest wiv ya: Explorations of orientations to honesty in the face of authority figures. Paper presented at 'International Conference on Conversation Analysis: May conference: Helsinki University. PDF

Anderson, L., Vostanis, P. and O'Reilly, M. (2005). 'Three Year Follow-Up of a Family Support Service Cohort of Children with Behavioural Problems and their Parents: Parental perspectives.' Poster presented at Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residential Meeting': The Royal College of Psychiatrists. September Conference: Harrogate International Centre.

O'Reilly, M. (2005). 'What Seems to be the Problem? Locating the Child as the Problem in Family Therapy'. Paper presented at 'The Research Fair': June Fair in conjunction with Leicestershire NHS Trust.

Anderson, L., Vostanis, P. and O'Reilly, M. (2005). "Three-year follow-up of a family support service cohort of children with behavioural problems and their parents" Poster presented at 'The Royal College of Psychiatrists Annual Meeting'. June Conference: Edinburgh International Centre.

O'Reilly, M. (2003). The Complaining Client and the Troubled Therapist. Paper presented at 'The Research Fair': December fair in conjunction with Leicestershire NHS Trust. PDF

O'Reilly, M. (2001). 'Accidental Violence': Constructing Disability and Responsibility in Family Therapy. Paper presented at 'language and therapeutic interaction: International Conference in Discourse Analysis and Conversation Analysis.' August Conference: Brunel University.

Teaching Activities

Module leader for Module 3 (Research methods in child mental health) of the MSc in child mental health.

Research consultancy for clinical staff in CAMHS.

Sociology of health & Illness

Sociology of health and illness MSc module

Guest teaching for:

  • MSC in Health Studies
  • DClinPsy - Clinical Doctorate, Clinical Psychology
  • MRes in Applied Health Research

Postgraduate Supervision

As primary supervisor

  • Christina Chelioti: Mental health issues of young offenders in CAMHS and how CBT is perceived to aid recovery
  • Victoria Stafford: Exploring child psychiatry consultations utilising a conversation analytic framework
  • Hattice Selen Celik: Children and parents’ views on factors that influence school bullying victimization
  • Sarah Adams - The ‘invisibility’ of self-harm in primary school children: the voice of the child, families and professionals
As second supervisor
  • Riya George: Examining the perspectives of health professionals towards ‘equality and diversity’ training within UK NHS mental health settings
  • Seyda Eruyar; - Exposure to War Trauma and Psychological Disorders among Syrian Refugee children in Turkey
  • Ahmad Farag: Protective factors from the effects of civil war on Libyan children
  • Maria Aguado - “The Role of Medical Practices and Eating Disordered Habits in the Onset and Treatment of Eating Disorders”

Completed students

  • Joanna Downes – 2011 complete (Second supervisor)
  • Sezer Domac – 2012 complete (Second supervisor – part of team)
  • Pallab Majumder 2014 complete (Second Supervisor) - Experience of Unaccompanied refugee Minors of their contact with a Tier 3 Specialist Mental Health Service
  • Tania Hart- 2016 (First supervisor) - Helping Educational Staff to strengthen their Interpersonal Relationships and Communication with 'emotionally needy' pupils
  • Ejalal Jalal; 2016 –(Second supervisor) - Enhancing Service delivery in Saudi Arabia: Evaluation of a National Family Safety Programme for Child Protection Multidisciplinary Training

Professional Activities

Research Consultant for Leicester NHS Trust CAMHS

Director of LIRA, information on the Language & Interaction Research Assembly (LIRA) http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/health-sciences/about/lira

Director of Conversation Analysis Research in Autism (CARA)
http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/psychology/research/child-mental-health/cara-1/cara

 

 

Share this page: