School of Psychology
Subject Areas: Allied Health, Public Health, Psychology
Dr. Hannah Butler-Coyne is a lecturer and Module Leader on the MSc Applied Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Hannah Butler-Coyne is a lecturer and Module Leader on the MSc Applied Clinical Psychology. Hannah’s specialist areas are clinical and sport psychology. In addition to her academic post, she is a HCPC registered and BPS chartered Clinical Psychologist, works within child and adolescent mental health NHS services and, within independent practice.
Hannah is a visiting lecturer on a number of courses in various universities and colleges. In addition, she delivers teaching, completes marking and is involved in the selection process of Trainees on Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programmes in the North West.
Butler-Coyne, H., Shanmuganathan-Felton, V. & Taylor, J. (2018). Mental Health Awareness in Equestrian Sport: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 1-26. ISSN 1932-9261. https://doi.org/10.1123/jcsp.2018-0002
Butler-Coyne, H., Hare, D., Walker, S., Wieck, A. & Wittkowski, A. (2017). The acceptability and feasibility of the Baby Triple P Positive Parenting Programme on a Mother and Baby Unit: Q-methodology with staff. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26, 623-632.
Evans, G.A., Bunton, P., Butler, H., Hedderley, T. & Wittkowski, A. (2016). Parenting interventions for children with Tic Disorders: professionals perspectives. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25, 1594 – 1604.
Evans, G., Wittkowski, A., Butler, H., Hedderley, T., & Bunton, P. (2015). Parenting interventions in Tic Disorders: an exploration of parent’s perspectives. Child: Care, health and development, 41(3), 384-391.
Butler, H., Hare, D., Walker, S., Wieck, A. & Wittkowski, A. (2014). The acceptability and feasibility of the Baby Triple P Positive Parenting Programme on a Mother and Baby Unit: Q-methodology with mothers with severe mental illness. Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 17(5), 455-463. doi:10.1007/s00737-014-0429-4.
Pope, D., Butler, H. & Qualter, P. (2012). Emotional understanding and color-emotion associations in children aged 7-8 years. Child Development Research, 2012, Article ID 975670. Available to view here.
Dr. Butler-Coyne’s research interests fall broadly into the categories of child and adolescent mental health, trauma, attachment, resilience and the application of clinical psychology in sport and exercise. Hannah supervises postgraduate student research projects. She also undertakes clinically relevant research within the clinical service she works.
PS4655: Specialist Applications of Clinical Psychology