Professor Cherie Armour
Professor of Psychological Trauma and Mental Health in the School of Psychology
School of Psychology
Cherie has a particular interest in occupational groups that are at increased risk of experiencing trauma and traumatic stress outcomes due to their occupational roles, for example, military, police, and emergency service workers; such as those in the fire and ambulance services.
Cherie has also published on the nosology, comorbidity, and longitudinal course of disorders such as PTSD, dissociation, anxiety, and depression. Recently Professor Armour has focused on research that investigates the mechanisms that explain risk and resilience as it relates to a wide variety of mental health outcomes.
Professor Armour is currently leading a research project that seeks to understand the psychological impacts of Covid-19 (see attached documents)
Areas of Expertise
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, Veterans, Mental Health, Depression, Domestic violence, Child maltreatment