Josef Dillon


Josef Dillon

Josef is a recent Psychology graduate looking to gain experience in the world of communications.

In his short time at Claremont, Josef has contributed to many of our current projects. From showing his strong research skills in projects relating to violence reduction and language transmission, to learning and harnessing new skills in other projects relating to drink driving and nurse retention. Josef has shown he has a thirst for knowledge and an eagerness to get involved.

Before Claremont, Josef studied Psychology at The University of Central Lancashire in which he developed a particular interest in Forensic Psychology. Applying this interest, he contributed to a systematic review concerning coercive controlling behaviours. Josef has also previously volunteered at The George House Trust, a HIV awareness and advocacy organisation, to provide support and guidance to service users.

Outside of work hours, Josef is usually at the behest of his pet cat Frodo.

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