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Imogen has an Undergraduate degree in Psychology with a Professional Placement from Cardiff University. Within this placement year she worked under a team of Clinical Psychologists across three specialities: Adult Community Mental Health Services, Perinatal Services and Community Neurological Rehabilitation Services. During this time publishing a piece of work in the BPS Clinical Psychology forum on the Effectiveness of an adapted Dialectical Behavioural Therapy program for mothers with emotional dysregulation.

She also has experience working within a third sector organisation as a Junior Social Prescribing Link worker. Here, assessing adults on their social needs and providing person-centred and holistic care, with the aim to empower individuals to take control of their own health and well-being.

Imogen is currently a Research Assistant for the Central PHIRST, an NIHR-funded initiative providing responsive public health evaluations for a number of local authorities across the UK. 

Research interests

  • Public health interventions and policy
  • The connection between physcial health and mental wellbeing
  • Mental health and wellbeing
  • Preventiative health strategies
  • Child and early development

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology , BSc, Cardiff University

1 Sept 201630 Jun 2020

Award Date: 16 Jul 2020


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