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Dr Sarah Parry

Part-time Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology

Sarah Parry

Faculty Of Health And Medicine




Sarah is a principal clinical psychologist, clinical academic, Senior Fellow of Advance HE, and experienced in postgraduate programme and research leadership. Sarah is the Strategic Research Lead for Pennine Care NHS Trust's Young People's Mental Health Research Unit and a committee member of the Faculty for Children, Young People, and their Families within the British Psychological Society.

Research interests and outputs include unusual and distressing sensory experiences (e.g. hearing voices) during childhood and adolescence, workplace wellbeing in health and social care, and trauma-informed care within children's homes for care experienced young people. Sarah has published two books, one on brief talking therapies and another on self-care and resilience.

Sarah supervises doctoral research in the areas of distressing sensory experiences, comforting experiences of voice hearing, early onset and first episode psychosis, and issues pertaining to wellbeing and decision making in CAMHS and early intervention services.

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