Search results for 'Rehabilitation' (11)
Dr Adam Gledhill
Adam is a Course Director: Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences. He is also a Fellow of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES), a Chartered Scientist and a BASES Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist.
Dr Alexandria Bradley
Alexandria specialises in Trauma-Informed, Responsive and Specific practice for men and women accessing support in prison and post-release. Recently, Alexandria has conducted evaluations exploring trauma-responsive practice in a women's centre and a trauma-specific intervention for women with sex-working histories.
Alexandria is passionate about rehabilitation. As a former HMPPS practitioner, she has experience in supporting men and women through their recovery and desistance journey. As a former drug and alcohol programmes facilitator, Alexandria designed and delivered cognitive behavioural programmes within a YOI and Women's prison.
As a Senior Lecturer, Jodie lectures on the BSc (Hons) and MSc in Sports and Exercise Therapy courses. She has over 15 years experience of lecturing in Higher Education and has worked clinically within private practice and professional sports clubs.
Dr Penn SmithPenn Smith is a senior lecturer, BACP registered humanistic-integrative counsellor, and course leader. She has worked in a variety of settings including within the NHS, third sector, commercial sector, and schools.
Costas TsakiridesCostas is a Senior Lecturer and teaches across our sports science courses.
Dr Andrew Wilson
Dr Wilson is an internationally recognised expert in perception, action and embodied cognition.
Dr James Milligan
James is Head of Subject for Therapeutic and Rehabilitation Sciences being responsible for studies relating to occupational therapy, physiotherapy, sports and exercise therapy, sports therapy and sport and exercise medicine.
Dr Gareth Jones
Dr Gareth Jones is the Course Director for the MSc Sport & Exercise Medicine and MSc Sports & Exercise Therapy programs within the School of Clinical & Applied Sciences.
Mike Hopkinson is lecturer in Sport & Exercise Science and Sport Performance courses.
Mike currently is conducting a PhD on tackle injury mechanisms in rugby league and also works as head of performance analysis for England Korfball. Mike has previously worked as a Graduate teaching assistant at Leeds Beckett, a biomechanics research asisstant at University of Central Lancashire and a strength and conditioning coach at Bradford Bulls Academy.
Sarah Jane Smith
Sarah’s research concerns understanding the cognitive changes people with different types of dementia may experience, for example changes in ability to remember parts of your personal history or remember to do something in the future. Investigating everyday changes that people experience in their thinking abilities assist researchers to develop individualised approaches to diagnosis, as well as providing tailored post diagnostic support that respects the different challenges that people living with dementia experience.