PhD Psychology (ongoing) - Manchester Metropolitan University
UCPD Supervision for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners – Teesside University
PgCert Primary Mental Health Care – Teesside University
MSc Forensic Psychology - Teesside University
BSc (Hons) Psychology - Northumbria University
Katie joined Manchester Metropolitan University in 2019, following previous employment delivering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy within community and custodial environments.
Katie is part of the teaching team for the Year 3 Unit on Working with Offenders for the BSc Forensic Psychology.
Katie primarily teaches on the MSc Forensic Psychology. She is Unit Lead for Psychology and Law and part of the teaching team for Offender Assessment and Treatment and Theory and Practise in Forensic Psychology.
Katie's research interests are in Forensic Psychology, in particular alibi evidence and jury/juror decision making. Her PhD is exploring the presentation and evaluation of alibi evidence in the courtroom.
H. Fawcett, K. Clark (2015). Linkage Analysis as Evidence in Court: A Thematic Analysis of Mock Juror Deliberations. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling. 12(3), pp.247-266.
Member of the British Psychological Society
Member of the British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology
Member of the European Association of Psychology and Law
Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA)