Department of Psychology

Dr Cathy Randle-Phillips

Lecturer (Clinical Tutor)BSc, DClinPsy

10W 3.24
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 4251


Cathy is a Clinical Tutor and Lecturer for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme. She is the lead for involving People with Personal Experience (PPE) on the programme and is Trainee Support Systems Coordinator.

Cathy qualified as a Clinical Psychologist from the University of Plymouth in 2007. Since qualification Cathy has worked primarily with adults with learning disabilities in community settings. Her research interests also lie within this field, particularly in relation to the psychological impact of physical health difficulties for people with learning disabilities.

Research interests

  • Illness perceptions and experiences of people with learning disabilities
  • Definitions and experiences of domestic abuse for people with learning disabilities
  • Social identity and people with learning disabilities


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Roberts-Collins, C., Anderson, C., MacCallum, J., Randle-Phillips, C. and Medley, A., 2017. Forthcoming. Cardiac catheterisation and the promotion of positive self-coping and management. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing

Cowles, M., Dysch, L., Perry, E. and Randle-Phillips, C., 2017. How stroke patients and carers experience early supported discharge services: A qualitative study with recommendations for service development. The Neuropsychologist

Randle-Phillips, C., Farquhar, S. and Thomas, S., 2016. Adapting and evaluating a tree of life group for women with learning disabilities. British Journal Of Learning Disabilities, 44 (4), pp. 301-308.

Dysch, C. M., Cheung Chung, M. and Fox, J., 2012. How do people with intellectual disabilities and diabetes experience and perceive their illness? Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 25 (1), pp. 39-49.

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