Psychology and Social Change Research Group
Department of Professional Psychology , School Of Psychology
Dr Claire Marshall is a lecturer in Counselling Psychology with a particular interest in ethics, social justice, and forced migration.
Areas Of Interest
- Forced migration: refugees, IDPs and humanitarian operations in conflict and post-conflict settings
- Responses to forced migration from state and non-state actors, with a particular focus on trauma policy and interventions
- Forced migration in geopolitical discourses, social narratives and humanitarian responses, with a focus on the psychology of migration
- Conceptualisations of forced migrants, with a particular focus on Othering
- Deconstructing western paradigms: a resilience-based approach to conceptualising trauma
- Social factors contributing to wellbeing. Exploring the necessary elements of how psychologists might work alongside others to facilitate the re-imagination of communities and societies. Inequality and the effect this has on wellbeing.
- Collaborative systems
- Culture in clinical practice
- Ethics and social justice
- Working with 'diversity and difference'
- The construction of racial identities
- Social epistemology: relating to ideas around health and well-being
- Language and ontology
- Hermeneutic interpretive phenomenology
- Politics in therapy
- Postmodern perspectives on intimacy and relationships
- Selective mutism in adolescents
- Depathologizing conceptualisations and interventions relating to adolescent mental health relating to looked after children in therapeutic residential services