BSc Psychology, PGCE Social Science
Natalie is a doctoral researcher in the psychology department at Brunel University London. Natalie is investigating psychological abuse in adolescent romantic relationships, centring on the experiences of Black girls and women in England.
Natalie's current study aims to engage with Black women and professionals to understand the current landscape of intervention, services and education surrounding psychological abuse in intimate partner relationships.
12:00 PM – 13:00 PM | Black Girlhood, Trauma and Mental Health
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