University of Warwick
Phone: 07384 231421
Catherine joined CEDAR in October 2018 as a Research Assistant working on the Early Positive Approaches to Support (E-PAtS) project, which aims to assess the feasibility of delivering the E-PAtS intervention to caregivers of young children with various intellectual disabilities. She previously completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology with Professional Placement at Cardiff University. During her time in Cardiff, Catherine gained both research and educational experience, through various internships with the Cardiff Child Development Study (CCDS), and a year working in a special educational needs school. She then went on to complete her Masters in Developmental Psychopathology at Durham University, with her dissertation focusing on children’s externalising behaviour and the well-being of parents, within neurodiverse families.