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Glory Sokunle

Assistant Psychologist

I am Assistant Psychologist within the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group, led by Professor Daniel Freeman. 

Currently, I deliver the SAFETEL (Safety Planning intervention) for the RAPID trial. The RAPID trial investigates whether remote psychosocial interventions could prevent unnecessary psychiatric hospital admissions for patients experiencing an acute suicidal mental health crisis.

I completed my BSc in Psychology with Clinical Psychology at the Lincoln. I have worked in various mental health services, including inpatient services, community mental health and a staff resilience hub.