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I am particularly interested in exploring the interactional ways in which children who experience social, emotional and behavioural difficulties are supported to talk about their experiences, and supported to improve their difficulties and emotional well-being. I am also interested in looking at how categories are used in everyday life to describe children experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, and in looking at how these categories impact on a child’s identity and sense of self.
Louise graduated from Loughborough University with a first class honours degree in Social Psychology in 2011. She then completed her PhD under the supervision of Dr Carly Butler at Loughborough University to examine interactions between professionals and children experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. The focus of her PhD was to identify the ways in which professionals packaged and delivered their support, and managed psychological concepts to do with ‘self’. After completing her PhD in 2015 Louise worked as a postdoctoral researcher on a project at Loughborough University with Carly Butler. The project developed and delivered evidence-based workshops and resources for a charity organisation that supports children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Louise continues her research at Coventry University within the Atypical Development Research Theme.
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