Dr. Nicola Graham-Kevan
Dr. Graham-Kevan is a Reader in the Psychology of Aggression at the University of Central Lancashire and a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Mittuniversitetet. She also a Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the International Society Research on Aggression.
Dr. Graham-Kevan has been researching offending and its treatment for over a decade and has numerous peer-reviewed articles as well as book chapters and professional reports. Dr Graham-Kevan presents her work at national and international conferences as well as delivering training and workshops in the UK and US. She was lead author for the British Psychological Society’s response to government consultations on reducing reoffending and domestic violence. She has worked on several externally funded research projects and is currently the principal investigator for an EU funded project on violent crime victim’s vulnerability to repeat victimization.
Dr. Graham-Kevan is co-author on Inner Strength domestic violence treatment programme and an author on Life Minus Violence programme (for non-domestic violence) and Thinking Minds (for enhancing problem solving). She has delivered individual and group based interventions with men and women in community, prison and secure hospital settings and is trained in risk assessment and crisis negotiation.
Dr. Graham-Kevan’s focus has always been to use evidence to guide practice and in this capacity she has evaluated several offending treatment programmes including domestic violence (Strength to Change programme, Hull NHS), non-domestic violence (Silence the Violence, Khulisa Crime Prevention) and resilience (Footsteps, Red Road).
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