Hannah’s research examines the predictors of body dissatisfaction in women with and without an eating disorder. It is hoped that this research will highlight specific variables that can be targeted in the prevention and alleviation of body dissatisfaction in women in NZ and beyond. This piece of research, in conjunction with the completion of the postgraduate diploma in clinical psychology will enable Hannah to register as a clinical psychologist. Hannah also aspires to work as an academic, with an emphasis on eating disorders, in the future.
GWNZ Fellowship, 2020
Hannah is enrolled in Doctor of Philosophy and Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology at Canterbury University.