Jacqueline Rappoport

Teaching Fellow

I am C4TS’s first Teaching Fellow (Trauma Sciences). My role is to assist the trauma Msc programme directors and administrator in day-to-day decision making whilst also helping to coordinate and undertake activities such as assessment design, marking, moderation, programme development and student supervision.

I have a background in Counselling and Forensic Psychology, working in Esafety with children and young people, in forensic environments with psychologically co-morbid offenders and with veterans with family re-integration challenges. I am in the final stages of completing my multi-disciplinary PhD around the wider sociological impact of PTSD on Military Veterans who have offended.

My academic experience includes teaching in the Social Sciences as well as supporting students within the Office of Diversity Services and Disability Services. With a background working on Ethics applications for the BPS, NHS, HCPC and SPS, am excited to bring a Qualitative eye to the team. As I work from a qualitative research paradigm, particularly with Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, I will be working on the Research and Military Modules to start with.

Outside of work, I volunteer for several mental health charities and am a Caseworker for the Royal Air Forces Association. I am a strong advocate for Self Care, enjoy baking, diving, travelling and gigs!

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