Dr Michelle McGrath is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology University of Winchester.

Her research interests include various aspects of occupational and applied social psychology. Primarily she focuses on organisational relationships and emotion experiences; for example, how employment relationships are linked to both organisational outcomes and employee experiences, how employees experience emotion in the workplace, how employees make sense of these emotions and also the effectiveness of various coping strategies used by employees in various workplace contexts.

Graduate Destinations for Psychology:

Although some psychology graduates become professional psychologists, many others go on work in related fields.

A degree in psychology provides a useful foundation for a wide range of careers and employers.

Employers and Roles include:

  • Research/ Academic
  • Clinical psychologist
  • Counselling psychologist
  • Educational psychologist
  • Forensic psychologist
  • Further education teacher
  • Health psychologist
  • Occupational psychologist
  • Primary care graduate mental health worker
  • Sport and exercise psychologist
  • Advertising account planner
  • Advice worker
  • Careers adviser
  • Counsellor
  • Human resources officer
  • Market researcher
  • Psychotherapist

Employment Stats:

  • Employed (63.8%)
  • Further study (15.7%)
  • Working and studying (8.4%)
  • Unemployed (6.2%)
  • Other (5.9%)