BSc (Hons), PGCert, MSc
I am contributing to the development of evidence-based treatments for those with eating disorders. This includes developing a digital (website and mobile application) treatment for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder, which has been derived from enhanced cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT-E). This direct-to-public treatment aims to reduce barriers and increase treatment uptake and completion rates. I am also investigating the potential uses of virtual reality in the assessment and treatment of eating disorders.
Additionally, I am part of the U-Flourish research group, which aims to better understand the determinants of student wellbeing and academic success, and to evaluate the mental health support needs of university students. We are inviting all Oxford students to participate in our survey. This will allow us to collect information to develop evidence-informed resources and services.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Bristol and my master’s degree in Forensic Psychology at King’s College London. Before joining CREDO, I worked in various clinical and research settings, including primary care, a forensic psychiatric unit and a specialist military research department. I have a general interest in developing evidence-based clinical treatments, particularly for those with severe and enduring mental illness.
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