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Julia Warrener graduated from Keele University in 1993 with an MA in Social Work.  She worked in community services for adults in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent, specialising in working with people with mental health problems. She became a Senior Social Worker in a medium secure forensic service in 2001. She has an interest in working with people with personality disorder.

Julia Warrener first joined the University of Hertfordshire in 2001 as a secondee. She registerred her Ph.D in 2004. She became a Senior Lecturer in 2007. Julia became Professional/Academic Lead for Social Work in September 2015.




Research interests

Julia's research interests centre on service user and public involvement, with a focus on understanding the experiene of marginalised groups. Particular subjects of interest:

  • Personality Disorder and Mental Disorder
  • LGBT
  • Recovery
  • Social Work Practice
  • Participatory Research
  • Qualitative Research

Teaching specialisms

 Julia Warrener's teaching specialisms include,

  • Mental health and mental disorder
  • Social Work and Mental Health Social Work
  • Social Policy
  • Sociology
  • Social Theory



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