THE CHANGING FACE OF MENTAL HEALTH:
This is a talk on how perspectives on mental health issues are changing in psychology. The talk is part of my work as an Accelerator Mentor for the Dublin-based charity SCOOPs ‘Generation Change‘ program. You can find the accompanying slides below.
YOUR FUTURE IN PSYCHOLOGY TALK:
Although many students are first drawn to psychology by the idea of helping treat people with mental health difficulties, most will be employed in other areas. As our behavioural insights are needed more than ever, it is imperative for us to keep up-to-date with new technology to carry out our work and research online. This talk signposts psychology students to resources and ideas to help them create the future for work in psychology. These slides contain clickable links to help you find out more.
THE POWER OF WORDS ARTICLE:
‘Lust for Life’ article on the power of words: sensitive ways to talk about mental health dificulties
WHY WE RESPOND AND WHY WE TURN AWAY Journal Volume:
This is a link to a volume of the Studies in Arts and Humanities (SAH) Journal, guest edited by myself and Lucie Corcoran, focusing on how we respond to human rights violations. This is an Open Access publication, so anyone can access it for free. It covers a range of disciplines, and therefore a lot of the articles are very accesible even to people who may have no experience reading academic journals.
See more of my current academic projects and publications on ResearchGate and GoogleScholar