The University of Roehampton's School of Psychology appoints a new Associate Professor in Forensic Psychology

The University of Roehampton provides an engaging portfolio of courses across numerous disciplines, such as the humanities, social sciences, business, education and health and life sciences. It was ranked jointly as the number one modern university in the UK for Research (REF 2021).

Based in Whitelands College, the School of Psychology is committed to delivering outstanding student outcomes and making a positive impact on society through its world-leading research and its community-based knowledge exchange. The School’s multidisciplinary approach seeks to improve the understanding of factors that influence health, mental health, and wellbeing. It offers a large variety of undergraduate and post graduate programmes and one of the most comprehensive and well-respected suite of therapy training programmes in the UK.

Society conducted a broad search to identify an ambitious Forensic Psychologist who will provide dynamic leadership of Roehampton’s BPS accredited MSc Forensic Psychology and contribute to the School’s Forensic Psychology provision.

Dr Alexandra Bailey joins the University of Roehampton from Goldsmiths, University of London, where she was Co-director of the MSc Forensic Psychology. She has worked clinically in forensic settings for 18 years, seven of those as a Registered Practitioner Psychologist, and has worked in academia for four years. She brings a wealth of clinical experience in a variety of forensic settings, including community third-sector, prison service, and forensic secure hospitals at enhanced medium, medium, low and step-down secure.

Society would like to wish Dr Bailey all the best in her new role. 

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