My research area is within Developmental and Cross-Cultural Psychology, focusing on risk and resilience in various groups of migrant and national adolescents.
I studied Developmental and Family Psychology at the University of Kristianstad, Sweden, writing my dissertation on risk and resilience in adolescents living outside their passport countries. I also hold a B.A. degree in Psychology from the same university, and from 1992 I have a B.Sc. degree in Economics from Gothenburg University, Sweden. In addition, I also hold a second interdisciplinary Master Degree (Psychology & Social Science) in Child & Youth Studies from University West, Sweden, writing my dissertation on risk and resilience in international and refugee adolescents.
I joined Brunel University in January 2018 as a Ph.D. candidate.
I am supervised by:
Dr. Toshie Imada (Principal Supervisor)
Dr. Stanley Gaines (Supervisor)
Dr. Aiyana Willard (Research Development Advisor)