Stella Chan




I was born in Hong Kong and grew up in a fire station because my father was a fireman. Upon completing my first degree in Psychology, I came to Britain for my postgraduate studies. Between 2003 and 2008 I was at the University of Oxford, where I obtained a MSc in Research Methods in Psychology, followed by a DPhil in Experimental Psychology (under the supervision of Prof Catherine Harmer). In 2007-8, I was College Lecturer in Psychology at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, where I was actively involved in undergraduate teaching and providing pastoral care for students. After that, I held two brief postdoctoral research positions, first at the Institute of Psychiatry and then the University of Cambridge. Between 2009 and 2012, I undertook doctoral training in Clinical Psychology at the University of East Anglia while working clinically in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. In October 2012, I moved to the University of Edinburgh to start my new appointment as a Chancellor's Fellow at the School of Health in Social Science. Outside work, I am a keen member of the National Trust and am particularly fond of walking, singing, dancing, cooking, and water sports.

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May 18th 2015

The course will cover the basic guiding principles of the Clinical Psychology of Children and Young People and illustrate how theories of psychological development can be applied in understanding children and young people's mental health and well being within a wider societal and cultural context. We will also discuss current psychological models of prevention and treatment for Children and Young People.

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