Health and wellbeing PhD and MPhil supervisors

Dr Annemieke Apergis-Schoute


Dr Ruth Hatcher

  • Management and treatment of offenders (with a particular focus on evaluation)
  • Risk assessment
  • Psychological impact of working in forensic settings or with forensic clients
  • Public attitudes to perpetrators and victims of crime (including victim blame)

Dr Ceri Jones


Professor John Maltby

  • Individual Differences, Personality, Beliefs
  • Social Psychology
  • Positive Psychology
  • Mental Health, Resilience
  • Psychometrics, Measurement
  • Occupational, Counselling Perspectives
  • Applied Psychology

Professor Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska


Dr Emma Palmer

  • Development of Offending, particularly Childhood Antecedents
  • Role of Social Cognition in Antisocial Behaviour and Offending
  • Interventions for Offenders to Reduce Reoffending
  • Evaluation of Interventions for Offenders
  • Risk and Criminogenic Need in Offender Populations

Professor Noelle Robertson

  • Clinical Health Psychology
  • Visual Loss in Diabetes
  • Rehabilitation in Cardiac and Respiratory Disease
  • Health Professional/Patient Communication
  • Impact of Vicarious Trauma
  • Health Professional Behaviour Change

Dr Catherine Steele

  • Individual and Organisational Career Management including Career Choice, Employability, and Career Changes
  • Coaching Psychology in Occupational Settings and Applied Positive Psychology

Professor Panos Vostanis

  • Impact of Trauma on Child Mental Health
  • Evaluation of Child Mental Health Interventions for Vulnerable Children
  • Evaluation of Child Mental Health Services

Dr Rachel Winter

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