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ONLINE LEARNING

This is where you will find information on all the courses we are currently running. We offer courses in two formats - you can either study our six month online specialist courses with one-to-one mentoring, or you can select to study parts of the course separately in four-week blocks over a longer period of time. All courses are online, part-time, and flexible - designed for people who live busy lives. Some content is only available on the specialist courses. Sign up here to keep updated on upcoming courses and release dates. Still have questions? Check our FAQ section here

Critical Psychology & Sexual Violence

APPLICATIONS OPEN FALL 2018

Start Date: Winter 2018

Critical Psychology & Sexual Violence

Critical Psychology

Part One - 4 weeks

Critical Psychology & Sexual Violence

Definitions & Diagnoses

Part Two - 4 weeks

Critical Psychology & Sexual Violence

Victims & Perpetrators

Part Three - 4 weeks

Includes the following:

(1) Critical Psychology,

(2) Definitions & Diagnoses, (3) Victims & Perpetrators, and (4) How to Get Published

Critical Psychology & Sexual Violence

Specialist Course

Online Course - 6 months

Extras:

One-to-one mentoring

Writing tips, academic self care, and turning your research into action

Feminist Psychology

COMING SOON

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Feminist Psychology

Feminist Psychologies

Part One - 4 weeks

Feminist Psychology

Power & Identity

Part Two - 4 weeks

Feminist Psychology

Everyday Feminism

Part Three - 4 weeks

Includes the following:

(1) Feminist Psychologies, (2) Power & Identity, (3) Everyday Feminism, and (4) Feminist Methodologies

Feminist Psychology

Specialist Course

Online Course - 6 months

Extras:

One-to-one mentoring

Analytical tips, scholar-activism, and writing up research

Critical Organizational Psychology

COMING SOON

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Critical Organizational Psychology

Gender, Work, & Organizations

Part One - 4 weeks

Critical Organizational Psychology

Leadership, Power, & Identity

Part Two - 4 weeks

Critical Organizational Psychology

Feminism & Business

Part Three - 4 weeks

Includes the following:

(1) Gender, Work & Organizations

(2) Leadership, Power & Identity (3) Feminism & Business, and

(4) Organizational Transformation

Critical Organizational Psychology

Specialist Course

Online Course - 6 months

Extras:

One-to-one mentoring

Doing organizational research

Writing reports & making recommendations

Research & Society

COMING SOON

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Research & Society

Qualitative Theory

Part One - 4 weeks

Research & Society

Data Collection

Part Two - 4 weeks

Research & Society

Discourse Analysis

Part Three - 4 weeks

Includes the following:

(1) Qualitative Theory (2) Data Collection (3) Discourse Analysis, and (4) Ethics & Write Up

Research & Society

Specialist Course

Online Course - 6 months

Extras:

One-to-one mentoring

Analytical tips, creativity in research, reflexivity, and discourse analysis in action

Media Representations of Rape

COMING SOON

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Media Representations of Rape

Crime Drama

Part One - 4 weeks

Media Representations of Rape

Sci Fi & Fantasy

Part Two - 4 weeks

Media Representations of Rape

Thrillers & Horror 

Part Three - 4 weeks

Includes four from the following:

(1) Media Analysis, (2) Crime Drama, (3) Sci Fi & Fantasy, (4) Romantic Comedies, (5) Thrillers & Horror, or (6) Rock & Heavy Metal

Media Representations of Rape

Specialist Course

Online Course - 6 months

Extras:

One-to-one mentoring

Analytical tips, creative writing, critical fandom, publishing reviews

Meet the Professors

Dr. Jemma Tosh specializes in research and teaching on psychology, sexual violence, and gender. She has published two books, Perverse Psychology: The Pathologization of Sexual Violence and Transgenderism (Routledge, 2015) and Psychology and Gender Dysphoria: Feminist and Transgender Perspectives (Routledge, 2016). She is currently writing her next book on sexual violence in medical contexts, due to be released in 2019. 

 

Jemma has written numerous journal articles and book chapters on gender and sexuality, and has been interviewed by The Guardian, BBC World, and The Psychologist about her work. She was an Editor for the Psychology of Women Section Review for several years, and is now Editor of Psygentra's Journal of Psychology, Gender, & Trauma

 

Jemma has taught qualitative and creative research methods at Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Chester, and Simon Fraser University. She was trained in qualitative methods and critical psychology at the Manchester Discourse Unit, is a Fellow of the Critical Institute: Centre for Critical Psychology, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

Dr Lucy Thompson specializes in research and teaching on psychology, feminisms, and work. She has published on feminisms in Feminism & Psychology and the Psychology of Women Section Review and is currently writing on organizational psychology and feminist methodologies.

 

The primary focus of her work is feminist praxis and creating spaces for feminist psychology within and outside of academic settings. She has organized numerous feminist conferences and actions, including Gendered Bodies in Visible Spaces, Feminism in the Lift, and the Psychology of Women Section annual conference. She has also collaborated on ESRC-funded work addressing gender and mental health.

 

Lucy has taught at Leeds Beckett University and Manchester Metropolitan University, where she specialized in critical social psychology, organizational psychology, and qualitative research methods. She is currently delivering courses in Women’s Studies and Psychology of Women for Michigan State University and on Leadership for The Open University. In the psychology department at Leeds Beckett University, she was an active member of the Feminism and Health Research Group and she is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

From Our Students

"...despite her status as an internationally renowned author and scholar, when I reached out to Dr. Tosh to say how much I appreciated her work, what I found was a warm, compassionate, and approachable person, who goes above and beyond to support ALL women" - Diana, Sarnia, Canada

"Jemma Tosh went beyond her remit to give me an excellent education: a fearless woman who doesn't back down from bullies; showed me my own worth and didn't allow me to believe there are limits on what I'm capable of. An actual role model who truly changed my world..." Kerrie, London, UK

"Jemma helped to give me desperately needed confidence in my work, and light a passion for the more creative and social side of psychology. Her faith in my abilities, and pushing me towards a presentation made me so proud of myself and my work for the first time during my degree. I can’t thank her enough for all her encouragement and help during that time. She became, and remains, a bit of a role model to me, and it was simply a privilege to meet her." Laura, Manchester, UK

"...Jemma made psychology exciting in a really relatable way and gave me an outlet to explore things that are important to me! She also gave me a background in a research method that few others have done! So yeah, a big, big thank you to you!"Amy, Nottingham, UK