Jacqueline Rappoport

Teaching Fellow

As the C4TS Teaching Fellow in Trauma Sciences,  Jack supports the students as the Academic and Pastoral Advisor while also engaging in teaching, module marking, running the MSc Summer School and assisting in the Trauma Sciences MSc Programme management. Jack also co-facilitates the Introducing Inclusion sessions for new staff, supports staff in understanding Neurodiversity and supports the AfterTrauma.org site through content development and moderation. 

Jack is in the final stages of completing a multi-disciplinary PhD around the wider sociological impact of PTSD on justice involved Military veterans . She holds Post Graduate Qualifications in Counselling Psychology (Pg Dip and Cert), Criminal Justice (MSCJ) and Public Administration (MPA) and additional qualifications in Group Facilitation and Training. 

With over eighteen years professional experience working in a variety of Health and Social Care settings, the majority of Jack's experiences include working as a Counsellor and in Forensic Psychology with a specialism in Child Protection. 

Jack's teaching experience includes teaching in Research Methods, The Management of Stress and Tension (Health Care), Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Introduction to Sociology and Understanding Social Change. 

Jack works with students with a variety of Neuro Diverse needs and supports staff from several departments with diversity and inclusion training needs. If you have any questions about engaging neuro diverse students who may be taking on education with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, or other learning challenges, please get in touch with her and the EDI team directly. 

Outside of work, Jack sits on the London Military Education Committee, volunteers for a local youth charity as a Counsellor and is a Caseworker for the Royal Air Forces Association. She is a strong advocate for Self Care, baking, diving, travelling and everything music. 

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