Mark Forshaw

Mark Forshaw is a Health Psychologist and is currently Subject Leader in Health and Applied Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University. Forshaw is also the Principal Consultant at Horizon Shine, He is a nationally recognised expert on training in psychology, and President of the Institute of Health Promotion and Education, an organisation over 50 years … Continue reading Mark Forshaw

Jennifer Weston

Jennifer Weston is a Health Psychologist and owner of Horizon Shine who qualified from Staffordshire University after completing an MSC in Health Psychology and BSc in Applied Psychology. She is a full member of the the British Psychological Society, the Division of Health Psychology and the BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology. She is currently … Continue reading Jennifer Weston

Michael Murray

Michael Murray is a Professor of Social and Health Psychology and Head of School of Psychology at Keele University. In the 1970s Murray obtained a BSc (Hons) Psychology from the University of Ulster. He followed this with a PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Stirling. His PhD supervisor was Professor Ivana Markova FBA … Continue reading Michael Murray

Jamie Hacker Hughes

Jamie Hacker Hughes is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, clinical neuropsychologist, EMDR consultant and PTSD and trauma specialist with special expertise in military and veteran mental health. He gained his BSc (Hons) in Psychology from University College London in 1990, an MPhil in Psychopathology from University of Cambridge in 1991 and a PsychD in Clinical Psychology … Continue reading Jamie Hacker Hughes

James Barnes

James Barnes is the head of Department of Psychology at University of Bedfordshire. Barnes is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS). His personal research interests focus on the neuropsychological aspect of cognition, particularly psychosis and hallucinations in both clinical patients and the general population. He did his PhD … Continue reading James Barnes

George Georgiou

George Georgiou is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. 
Georgiou has lectured in the Department of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire since 2000 and has also previously lectured at University College London (2002-2004). He did his first degree in Psychology with Artificial Intelligence at Middlesex University and then completed … Continue reading George Georgiou

Rosanna Williamson

Rosanna Williamson is a fully qualified and Chartered Counselling Psychologist (CPsychol) registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Williamson is  also a registered online therapist (CPCAB), and co-founder and director of The Online Therapy Centre. She has a wide range of experience working as a psychologist in the … Continue reading Rosanna Williamson

Antonia Bifulco

Antonia Bifulco joined Middlesex in July 2013, together with the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Centre (CATS) which she co-directs. She was previously at Kingston University, having spent most of her career at Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research is focused on social and lifespan influences on psychological disorder and she has investigated childhood … Continue reading Antonia Bifulco

Ruth Tully

Ruth Tully is the Director of Tully Forensic Psychology. Tully is a Forensic Psychologist who is Chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Tully was nominated for, and was then awarded, the BPS Division of Forensic Psychology Junior Award in Forensic Psychology 2013. This  award focuses on … Continue reading Ruth Tully

Chris Moulin

Chris Moulin is a cognitive neuropsychologist, and Chaire d’Excellence at the University of Bourgogne, France.  He studied for his doctorate under Tim Perfect and Alan Baddeley at the University of Bristol.  He has published over 50 scientific works on the subject of human memory , and contributed to numerous book projects. Moulin is perhaps most … Continue reading Chris Moulin

Ian Mitchell

Ian Mitchell is currently a Principal Lecturer in the Cardiff School of Sport at Cardiff Metropolitan University. Mitchell obtained his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the United Kingdom in the areas of human movement studies and sport and exercise sciences before receiving his PhD in sport psychology. His PhD received the British Psychological Society (BPS: … Continue reading Ian Mitchell

Jane Barrett

Jane Barrett joined The Open University in 2002 as a part-time, psychology tutor. During this time,  she became increasingly interested in online learning and was awarded an Open University Teaching Award in 2008 for her work in this area. Barrett wished to extend my understanding of online pedagogy, and completed the MA in Open and Distance … Continue reading Jane Barrett

Christian Jarrett

Christian Jarrett has a PhD in cognitive neuroscience from University of Manchester, a master’s degree in Neuroscience from the Institute of Psychiatry in London and a first-class degree in Psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London. His Masters and PhD were funded through two full Medical Research Council scholarships. He won several awards during his … Continue reading Christian Jarrett

Keith Laws

Keith Laws is professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology and head of research in the School of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. He completed his PhD Experimental Psychology at University of Cambridge and is the author of over 100 papers and a recent book entitled ‘Category-Specificity: Evidence for Modularity of Mind’. He is a chartered psychologist, … Continue reading Keith Laws