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Felicity Hudson

Research Assistant

I am a Research Assistant for the new VR experiences for healthcare with Dr Sinéad Lambe and Dr Helen Beckwith, based with the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (OCAP) research group. 

I completed my undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature at Oxford University and then studied Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol on a MSc conversion course.

After that I worked as an intern at Emerging Minds, a UKRI funded research network led by Prof. Cathy Creswell that funded projects centred around children and young people's mental health research.

My particular interests are in early intervention work and providing access to services for children and young people to ensure that people with a range of mental health issues have support from a young age.