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LEVEL OF STUDY
Health Psychology PhD
From speaking with graduates, I knew Surrey had great facilities, support systems, and a super friendly and welcoming School of Psychology.
Clinical Psychology PsychD
My research investigates the feasibility and preliminary effectiveness of an online, two-week compassionate imagery intervention for veterinarian mental health.
Psychology (Conversion) MSc
I now demonstrate all my knowledge and experience through my current role as an Admissions Counsellor at the American College of Greece.
My lecturers are very caring, approachable and supportive. Each of them has their own research accolades and share these during lectures and seminars.
My research identified psychological and social barriers that prevent farm vets and farmers from always prescribing and using antibiotics in the most appropriate way.
Developmental Psychology in Research and Practice MSc
On my placement, I’ve been writing a book chapter about the applications of teleneuropsychology (the use of audiovisual technologies to remotely perform neuropsychological assessments) for the Children's Trust.
My project looks at inequality in higher education, specifically how students interpret university rankings and how these can favour the support of a hierarchical society.
My research project uses quantitative and qualitative research methods to investigate the construct of weight bias, exploring whether national obesity prevalence rates, personal exposure to obesity and weight normalisation, can predict weight bias, and much more.
I decided to complete a Psychology PhD, investigating the future of work and the impact Covid-19 has had and will have on employee engagement.