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  • Lead for postgraduate taught education in the Division of Psychology and Mental Health and the  Division of Psychology,  Communication and Human Neuroscience
  • Lecturer on the BSc Psychology; MSc Clinical & Health Psychology and MSc Health Psychology programmes
  • Dissertation Lead, MSc Clinical & Health Psychology and MSc Health Psychology
  • ClinPsyD and PhD research supervisor

Research interests

My research is focused on the factors that can exacerbate mental health problems (substance use, the wider family environment) and the development and evaluation of treatments for people with serious mental illness. I am also interested in service user experiences of research and treatment.





Interventions in mental health & well-being (year 2, BSc Psychology)

Clinical psychology (year 3, BSc Psychology)

Project supervisor (BSc Psychology)


Research Methods (MSc Clinical & Health Psychology; MSc Health Psychology)

Psychology in Clinical Practice  (MSc Clinical and Health Psychology)

Dissertation Supervisor (MSc Clinical and Health Psychology)


My collaborations

Dr Anja Wittkowski (University of Manchester)

Professor Rachel Calam (University of Manchester)

Professor Katherine Berry (University of Manchester)

Professor Sandra Bucci (University of Manchester)

Professor Gillian Haddock (University of Manchester)

Professor Christine Barrowclough (University of Manchester)


Memberships of committees and professional bodies

British Psychological Society (Chartered member)

Higher Education Academy Fellow


Methodological knowledge

Randomised controlled trials

Experience Sampling Methodology

Q Methodology



  • BSc Psychology
  • MRes Informatics
  • PhD Clinical Psychology

Supervision information

Beliefs about psychological therapy for psychosis

Author: Holding, J., 31 Dec 2014
Supervisor: Haddock, G. (Supervisor), Gregg, L (Supervisor)

UoM administered thesis: Doctor of Clinical Psychology

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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