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Glenn N. Williams

Principal Lecturer In Psychological Therapies and Mental Health

Leeds Beckett University

HQ Phone:  +44 113 247 4355

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Leeds Beckett University

Portland Crescent

Leeds, West Yorkshire,LS1 3HB

United Kingdom

Company Description

Leeds Beckett University has around 25,000 students on programmes in Leeds and around 3,200 members of staff. It contributes an estimated 520m to the economy and offers a broad range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. The university is ...more

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Employment History

Senior Lecturer In Psychology

Nottingham Trent University


Associate Editor

International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction


Associate Professor

University of Iowa


Doctoral Student, Biomechanics and Movement Science Program

University of Delaware


Affiliations

British Psychological Society

Committee Member of the Community Psychology Section


Education

PhD


Web References(34 Total References)


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Dr Glenn Williams


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In Defence of a Multi-Paradigmatic Approach to Theory Development in Community Psychology by Glenn A. Williams
By placing quantitative methods on a pedestal, the community-based researcher and practitioner may run the risk of doing research and action on a target group rather than with, or on behalf of, those in a certain target group (Williams, 2013). Williams, G.A. (2013). Doing Community Psychology Research with People and For People, Rather than On People - Challenges and Ways Forward. Keynote presentation at BPS Community Psychology Section AGM, December 16, 2013, London, United Kingdom. Author Glenn A. Williams Glenn A. Williams Dr. Glenn A. Williams is a Community Psychologist and is committed to working towards: addressing inequalities in health and well-being; fostering inclusivity and challenging marginalisation; adopting a facilitative approach to individual and social change; and empowering people to make healthier choices for their lives. He has been a Committee member of the Community Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society (BPS) since the Section was formed in 2010 and he is currently Chair of the Section. He is Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow with the BPS, International Affiliate with the American Psychological Association, and member of the Society for Community Research and Action. Glenn is employed by Leeds Beckett University (United Kingdom) as Principal Lecturer in Psychological Therapies and Mental Health and previously worked for Nottingham Trent University (UK) for over 10 years as Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Internationalization Coordinator. He is currently doing research into the psycho-social needs of people who convert to a different religion or spiritual tradition from that of their upbringing. He has also carried out studies into community arts initiatives and the role that arts participation can have on health and well-being. He has expertise spanning a period of over 20 years of evaluating interventions for health and well-being. He has expertise in using a range of quantitative, qualitative and mixed research methods to address social problems and has written extensively about using this range of strategies to conduct community-based research (e.g. Williams & Zlotowitz, 2013; Williams & Kibowski, 2016). "Williams (2016) suggests that in pursuing generalizable theories, psychological research runs the risk of privileging the perspective of the dominant group. However, Williams (2016) is correct in that this is an area that should be further explored."


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Dr. Glenn Williams, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University said: "An effective route to happiness is not necessarily through experiencing major events that we might have planned out such as getting married, moving house, getting that all-important promotion, or even being on a holiday."


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