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    United Kingdom

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Dr. Mooney is a social worker, systemic family therapist and researcher. She is interested in the impact of adverse experiences on the lives of individuals (both adults and children) and their family networks, and how services can better need emerging needs. Her PhD explored the care needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer. She is involved in research and practice initiatives relating to the Adverse Childhood Experiences and has conducted an evidence review of Trauma-Informed Care Open to PhD applications in: - Adverse childhood experiences - Trauma-informed care - Social work practice - Systemic family therapy - Domestic Violence - Trauma


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Research Interests

the experience of illness during adolescence and young adulthood and supportive healthcare practice; the relational impact of adverse life experiences and effective therapeutic intervention; narrative research and participatory research methods


I am a Social Worker and Systemic Family Psychotherapist. I currently co-lead the Association of Family Therapy (UK) accredited systemic practice and family therapy programmes at Queen's with my colleague Dr. Stephen Coulter.  These programmes are designed for professionals across different disciplines who wish to improve their skills in working effectively and compassionately with vulnerable individuals and families across child and adult health and social care settings. 


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