Academic and professional qualifications
- B.A. Psychology at the University of Lethbridge, Canada, 2008-2012
- MSc. Forensic Psychology at Coventry University, UK, 2014-2015
- PhD Psychology at Coventry University, UK, 2015-2018
- Supervisors: Dr. Emma Holdsworth; Professor Sarah Brown; Dr. Douglas Howat; Dr. Nadine McKillop; Professor Christian Jones
- Hourly Paid Lecturer; Coventry University, UK, 2018
- Sessional Teaching Staff; University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, 2017-2018
- PhD Student Worker; Coventry University, UK, 2016-2017
- Academic Marking Assistant; Coventry University, UK, 2015-2016
- Community Disability Counsellor; Catholic Social Services, Canada, 2013-2014
Teaching & Research Supervision
Why study ?
Danielle is part of the teaching team for the Year 1 unit: Transitions into Forensic Psychology and for the Year 1 Unit: Contemporary Issues in Forensic Psychology.
Danielle is part of the team for the MSc Forensic Psychology Programme.
She is Unit Leader for Personal and Professional Development and is part of the teaching team for Psychology and Law.
Research Expertise, Publications & Grants
- Bystander intervention
- Sexual assault/sexual violence
- Experimental methodology using immersive technology
- Prosocial behaviour
Awards, Honours & Distinctions
Membership of professional associations
- Graduate Member of the BPS