Mental Health Researcher (Sports for Development)
Faith is a researcher working on mental health in relation to Sport for Development. She is a Clinical and Health Psychologist, having worked in the UK in a variety of clinical roles, including with refugees and asylum seekers. Her research has included investigating mental health in relation to HIV in Uganda, working with UNICEF in relation to child wellbeing measurement in Indonesia, designing psychological interventions for people with long-term health conditions, conceptualizing quality of life in Thailand, and more recently a focus on parents’ and carers’ needs in relation to child mental health difficulties. A mixed-methods researcher, she is currently an Associate Professor at Coventry University. She holds an MRes, PhD and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, all from the University of Bath, and MA (Hons) in Psychology from University of St Andrews.