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.
Chartered Psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)