Monica Sood is a PhD candidate at the University of Southampton, School of Psychology.
She completed her undergraduate and masters degrees at the University of Southampton:
- BSc Psychology, First Class Honours, 2014-17.
- MSc Foundations in Clinical Psychology, Distinction, 2017-18.
Monica's PhD research aims to use attachment theory to inform cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis to improve clinical and recovery outcomes for people with psychosis.
- The development and maintenance of paranoid beliefs
- Using experimental approaches to infer causal associations between attachment, psychosis, and mediating mechanisms
- Attachment-based interventions for psychosis
- Doctoral College Director's Award for Education (2022)
- Doctoral College Research Award (2022)