Chloe joined the School of Psychology in April 2018. She is an HCPC-registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist, working in private practice alongside her role as a lecturer at the university. She currently teaches the Sport and Exercise Psychology, Positive Psychology, and Biopsychosocial Aspects of Human Behaviour modules on the undergraduate Psychology programme.
Chloe’s research has previously centred around the use of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in high-intensity endurance sports. She is particularly interested in the application of therapeutic models such as existential therapy, Compassion-focused Therapy, and Internal Family Systems therapy in both sporting and well-being contexts.