University of Liverpool:
Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing - University of Bradford
Psychology BSc (Hons)
MSc Psychology (Conversion route)
MSc Forensic Psychology
Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings BA (Hons) - Bradford College (in partnership with Teeside University)
I have a range of research interests including community psychology; coaching and performance in applied settings; housing and homelessness; mental health and wellbeing; and equality and diversity
My PhD concerned the role of housing and related services in mental health, which is currently being disseminated in academic publications.
Rimmer, L (2017). The Hot/cold Transition in Coaching and Performance. SHINE Elite Women Coach Event. Reach (Sports Coach UK). London UK, 22-23rd February 2017.
Rimmer, L (2017). Coaching and Performance in Applied Settings: Psychology and Sport. 'She Rallies' Launch - Women's Conference. British Tennis (& Judy Murray). Birmingham UK, 3rd February 2017.
Rimmer, L (2016). Being an Elite Athlete and its Influences on my Work as a Psychologist. Special Symposium on Sport and Exercise Psychology. University Centre Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury UK, 2nd April 2016.
'Teacher of the Year 2018' - Manchester Metropolitan University Teaching Awards
Chartered Psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)