Nadia Butler works as a research assistant at the Public Health Institute (Violence and Night Life Team). Prior to joining the Institute, Nadia completed an MSc with Distinction in Investigative and Forensic Psychology at the University of Liverpool. She completed her Masters dissertation on sex offenders with learning difficulties’ motivation to engage in treatment and reduce offending behaviour. Nadia also holds a First Class Honours Higher Diploma in Applied Psychology, an MA Criminology, and a BA (Hons) Arts from University College Cork.
2014, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, MSc Investigative and Forensic Psychology
2013, University College Cork, Ireland, HDip Applied Psychology
2011, University College Cork, Ireland, MA Criminology
2010, University College Cork, Ireland, BA Honours Arts