Amy Johnson is a postgraduate researcher based at Northumbria University who is currently completing a PhD in Social Work. In 2013, she graduated from Northumbria University with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology before completing her MRes in Psychological Research Methods the following year. She is an editorial board member for Psychreg Journal of Psychology.
Her PhD research is looking at online support for carers, family and friends of someone experiencing a severe mental illness with the aim of creating a model for an online intervention. She is particularly interested in mental health, carers and family, interventions/support, and the role of the internet in providing support.
You can follow her on Twitter @AmyJ1091
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