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Jacqui is involved in working alongside others towards developing equitable research approaches on the DClinPsy programme. This involves recognition of historical and ongoing harms that psychology research has brought about, developing shared understandings around 'decolonisation' of academic clinical psychology, questioning ethnocentric bias, supporting inclusive and participatory approaches, and self-reflexivity. Her own doctoral thesis looked at experiences of coping in unaccompanied forced migrants in the UK. 

Research interests

Current DClinPsy research supervision:

Imagining a better world via participatory action research through an anarchist and abolitionist lens

DClinPsy research supervision completions:

2023: A narrative analysis of told and untold stories within families of the Windrush generation

2023: Ethnically minoritised prisoners’ perceptions of accessing a therapy service in prison

2021: Muslim Faith Leaders experiences' of providing mental health support in the community

2021: 'Good enough parenting’: Social Workers’ experiences of assessing parenting in Family Safeguarding Services.

Education/Academic qualification

Clinical Psychology, Doctorate


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