Megan Brooman

Job Role
Lecturer in Counselling Psychology

Biography

I completed my BSc in Psychology and Forensic Biology in 2013 at the University of Chester. I then went on to complete my MA in Clinical Counselling and became a qualified Person-Centred Counsellor in 2016.

Before I gained my role as a Lecturer at Glyndwr University, I worked across many different areas of HE; from student administration and data services, graduation and placements. I also briefly undertook some sessional lecturing within the counselling team at Glyndwr. I’ve worked in and around the University for 2 years now and obtaining my role as a lecturer has been an absolute highlight.

Over the last 4 years I have worked as a person-centred counsellor across North Wales, in many different areas; including bereavement, student counselling, domestic violence and addiction.

In my spare time I am a keen reader and writer of fiction, I enjoy paddle boarding although I’m still only learning and have enjoyed growing vegetables in my very small garden over lockdown.

Qualifications

BSc Psychology and Forensic Biology

MA Clinical Counselling

Research

My main areas of research interest within the field of Counselling Psychology are early childhood trauma and attachment and, how to effectively work with these clients within counselling.

Courses

BSc Psychology

Dip HE Counselling