Jo Hodgekins is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia. For the past 15 years, Jo has been involved in research with people with psychosis and young people who may be at risk of developing psychosis. Jo has a particular interest in using psychological interventions to improve social and functional outcomes for people with psychosis and those who may be at risk of long-term social disability following mental health difficulties. Jo is also interested in the way in which such outcomes may be measured and developed an adapted version of the UK Time Use Survey for this purpose. 


2016-present  Clinical Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, UEA, Norwich
2012-2016     Clinical Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, UEA, Norwich
2009-2012     Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mental Health Foundation Trust

2007-2009     Early Intervention Service Research Co-ordinator, UEA, Norwich
2004-2007     Trial Co-ordinator (“Improving Social Recovery in Early Psychosis”) UEA, Norwich
2003-2004     Research Associate, UEA, Norwich


Academic Background

2009-2012  Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of East Anglia
2004-2009  PhD “The Nature of Schizotypal Symptoms and Social Recovery in Psychosis”, University of East Anglia
2000-2003  BSc (1st Class Hons) Psychology, University of York

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