Dr Michelle Dwerryhouse

School of Justice Studies

Dr Michelle Dwerryhouse is a lecturer in criminal justice and forensic psychology. Michelle is currently working on a project investigating breastfeeding voyeurism, using a multi-perspective analysis of perpetration and victimisation.

Michelle's broader research interests include violent and sexual offending, coercive control, and stalking behaviour.

Michelle’s PhD research contributed towards a Big Lottery Funded National Evaluation of Circles of Support and Accountability.

Michelle is module leader for 4020 Media, Public and Criminal Justice and 5030 Criminal Justice Research.

Degrees

2021, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom, PhD Forensic Psychology
2016, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, Msc Forensic Psychology and Mental Health
2015, Open University, United Kingdom, Bsc Psychology

Journal article

Dwerryhouse M, Winder B, Bladgen N, Lievesley R. 2020. Conceptualising success and failure in Circles of Support and Accountability Aggression and Violent Behavior, 55 :101492-101492 DOI Publisher Url

Report

Winder B, Blagden N, Lievesley R, Dwerryhouse M, Kitson-Boyce R, Elliott H. 2020. UK National Evaluation of Big Lottery Funded Circles of Support and Accountability UK National Evaluation of Big Lottery Funded Circles of Support and Accountability Author Url

Chapters

Dwerryhouse M. 2018. Evaluating Community-Based Circles of Support and Accountability Elliott H, Hocken K, Lievesley R, Blagden N, Winder B, Banyard P. Sexual Crime and Circles of Support and Accountability Springer 9783319748238

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