Rebecca teaches across a range of subjects, with a primary focus in the areas of forensic and clinical psychology. She is currently completing her PhD exploring the impacts of institutional child abuse and is also a trainee Forensic Psychologist, completing the BPS Stage 2 qualification.
Rebecca has worked as a part-time Lecturer in Psychology at the Burnley Campus since 2019. Her role includes teaching across a range of topics, with a primary focus on forensic and clinical psychology. She is module lead for the second year module "Introduction to Forensic Psychology" and the third year module "Violent and Sexual Offending" at the Burnley Campus. Rebecca is also Year Tutor for all psychology students at the Burnley Campus.
Rebecca commenced the role of Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the Preston campus in 2021 and completes this role alongside her work at Burnley.
Prior to becoming a lecturer, Rebecca worked as a research assistant and has also engaged in occasional teaching and marking since 2015.
Rebecca has experience of completing assessment and intervention in community and secure setting commencing in 2016.
- MSc Forensic Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, 2015
- BSc Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, 2014
- Forensic Risk assessment
- The psychology of evidence
- Graduate Member of the BPS