School of Psychology
Darwin Building, DB233
Subject Areas: Psychology
Amanda is a clinical psychologist working as a part time lecturer and dissertation supervisor on the BSc (Hons) Clinical Psychology and MSc Applied Clinical Psychology courses.
Amanda qualified as clinical psychologist in 2013, achieving a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Edinburgh. Since then, she has been working as a Research Clinical Psychologist at the Psychosis Research Unit in Manchester. Her role involves delivering therapy as part of research trials and helping to develop talking therapies for people experiencing psychosis, at risk mental states, and mood difficulties. She is trained in CBT for psychosis, Behavioural Family Therapy, and Voice Dialogue.
Lecturer in BSc (Hons) Clinical Psychology and MSc Clinical Psychology.
Research Clinical Psychologist at the Psychosis Research Unit.
HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist.