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Mollie Roddan

I am a Research Assistant with the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group.

I am currently working on the RAPID (Remote Approaches to Psychosocial Intervention Delivery) trial led by Professor Daniel Freeman and Professor Tony Morrison (University of Manchester). The trial investigates whether remote psychological interventions could reduce psychiatric hospital admissions for people with serious mental health problems experiencing suicidality in crisis teams.

In my role, I build relationships with crisis teams and adult mental health teams, recruit service users into the trial and carry out clinical assessments.

I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology with Cardiff University. Prior to joining O-CAP, I worked as an assistant psychologist on a brain injury neurorehabilitation ward, worked with MIND to deliver art groups for men and practiced as a low-intensity CBT therapist.