Elizabeth Bodley-Scott

Research Assistant

University of Southampton

Elizabeth is a Research Assistant in Psychology at the University of Southampton, where she has worked on a number of projects evaluating psychologically-informed interventions within homelessness services. Her current focus is researching which psychological interventions are effective at improving psychological and behavioural outcomes for people experiencing homelessness.

She also works as Assistant Psychologist with OutcomeHome, a social enterprise delivering psychology services specifically for people experiencing homelessness and multiple exclusion. She works on engaging clients, supporting staff, evaluating the service, and some individual therapeutic work, under the supervision of a Clinical Psychologist.

Elizabeth plans to undertake further training in Clinical Psychology and continue her work in clinical and academic settings within homelessness and with other marginalised populations.