Scott Steen

Research Student


BSc (Hons)


Scott is in the process of analysing the impact of current legislation in psychological therapy in primary care. He has been part of a number of pojects, which have sought to provide a richer context in which the provision of psychological therapies operate. Presently he is seeking to evaluate and understand the impact of healthcare modelling for both service-user and staff experiences, with a particular focus on the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programmes.

Scott has been involved with a number of extracurricular activities related to counselling and psychotherapy. He hopes to pursue a balanced career between research and psychotherapy. Scott finds the research-clinical gap extremely interesting: especially with reference to human psychology. As a result this is where his main focal point of research and career aspirations lie.