Dennis Relojo, Founder – A blog psychologist, Dennis is the founder of Psychreg and is the Editor-in-Chief of Psychreg Journal of Psychology. Aside from PJP, he sits on the editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals. A Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society, Dennis holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Hertfordshire. His research interest lies in the intersection of psychology and blogging. You can connect with him through Twitter @DennisRelojo and his website.
Dr Berney Wilkinson, Host of Psychreg Podcast – Berney earned his PhD in school psychology from the University of South Florida in 2005, specialising in paediatric psychology. He went on to complete a postgraduate programme and is a Diplomate with the American Board of School Neuropsychology. He is a licensed psychologist in Florida and owns a private practice that includes other psychologists and counsellors. He is also an Associate Editor for Psychreg Journal of Psychology.
Dr Richard Marshall, Host of Psychreg Podcast – Richard earned an EdD in reading and learning disabilities at West Virginia University (WVU) in 1982. Upon completion of his degree he became an Assistant Professor of Paediatrics at the WVU Medical School. After moving to Florida in 1983, he joined the faculty in the Department of Paediatrics in the College of Medicine at the University of South Florida and worked for five years in the Neonatal Developmental Follow-Up Programme. He is also an Associate Editor for Psychreg Journal of Psychology.
Mandy Sanghera, Global Diversity Adviser – As an international human rights activist, since 1990, Mandy Sanghera has been supporting victims and survivors of honour-based violence and cultural abuse such as female genital mutilation, and forced marriages. Mandy Sanghera is a multiple award-winning philanthropist, independent community global consultant and global campaigner. She is an international human rights activist and motivational Ted x speaker, who has travelled all over the world to empowering and motivating others.
Graham Howell, Commissioning Editor – A mental health advocate, Graham firmly believes that mental health important, so important that we should all do our part in helping to destigmatise mental health concerns. As the Commissioning Editor, he invites people who have mental health stories to write for Psychreg. He also manages the social media presence of Psychreg.
Dr Laura Jenkins, Cognitive Psychology Correspondent – Dr Laura Jenkins is a Teaching Associate at the University of Strathclyde. She completed her PhD in Psychology at Northumbria University in Newcastle where her research in working memory started to develop. Laura’s research interests include looking at whether visual working memory is purely visual in nature, implementing experimental and neurological methods in her research. She also sits on the editorial board Psychreg Journal of Psychology.
Katie Bagshawe, Health Psychology Correspondent – Katie Bagshawe is pursuing her MSc Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University, after completing a BSc (Hons) Applied Computing from the University of Cumbria. Her research interest encompasses the psychological and psychosocial impact of interstitial lung diseases as well as the neuropathology of symptoms induced from progressive lung inflammation. Katie mostly writes articles relating to health psychology.
Dale Burden, Mental Health Correspondent – Dale holds a dual honours degree in psychology and neuroscience from Keele University. He later on completed two further counselling courses. With seven years experience of working in the healthcare sector (mainly with people who display challenging behaviour, learning difficulties, and dementia), Dale shares a wealth of information with his articles on mental health. Dale also uses goal-oriented techniques to help people set their own goals and achieve them.
Richa Sharma, Digital Assistant – is a counsellor from India where she devotes her time working with underprivileged children through various NGOs. Richa holds a master’s degree in applied psychology from the University of Calcutta and her area of specialisation is counselling. She previously worked as a counsellor in Saudi Arabia and then went back to her home country to continue her practice as a counsellor. Aside from teaching and counselling, she is a professional singer and music composer, whose works have been featured on several world music albums.
Danielle Marie Parreño, Digital Assistant – Danielle holds a degree in Psychology (cum laude) from the University of the Philippines Diliman and is pursuing her graduate degree in clinical psychology from the same university. She is currently interested in exploring how expressive arts can positively aid and influence individuals during psychotherapy, counselling, and educational interventions. Danielle is the Philippine representative for the International Society of Psychology, Counselling and Education (ISPCE).