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BSc. (Hons.) (Wales); MSc (London); PhD. Psychology


Award Leader MSc Play and Therapeutic Play,
MSc Play Therapy


Award Leader MSc Play and Therapeutic Play,
MSc Play Therap


Prince, J., & Hearle, D. (in press), Narrative Analysis in M. Molyneux (ed) Occupational Narratives London:Wiley
Hearle D, Rees V and Prince J (2012) Balance of Occupation in Older Adults: Experiences in a Residential Care Home Quality in Ageing, 13, 2, 125-135
Prince J (2012) Psychological aspects of cyber hate and cyber terrorism Ch 3 in Blakemore B and Awan I Policing Cyber-terrorism London: Ashgate
Clack, G., Crowley, K., Waycott, L., Prince, J. & Birdsey, N. (2010). Childcare practitioners’ knowledge and perceptions of play therapy. British Journal of Play Therapy, 6, 19-34
Hearle D, Prince J & Rees V (2005) An exploration of the relationship between place of residence, balance of occupation and self esteem in older adults as reflected in life narratives Quality in Ageing, 6, 4 pp 24 – 33
Prince J, Gear A, Jones C, Read M (2005) The Child Protection Conference: a study of process and an evaluation of the potential for on-line group support Child Abuse Review 14, 113 – 131
Prince J (2004) The relationship between post-migration experiences and depression among voluntary migrants into Europe; implications for migration studies Ch 15, pp 209-220 in Wallin C & Silander D eds. “Democracy and Culture in the Transatlantic world” Sweden: Vaxjo University Press
Groves, S., Gear, T., Jones, C., Prince, J. & Read, M. J. (2003). Development and Pilot Trials of Group Process Support to Aid Student Evaluation. Paper presented at the BEST Conference. Brighton UK. April 2003.
Jones, C., Connolly, M., Gear, A., Prince, J. & Read, M (2001) ‘Improving Inter-Professional Collaboration in Child Protection Conferences Using Group Process Support Systems ‘ In M. Khosrowpour , (Ed) Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy, Idea Publishing Group

Gear. A., Jones, C. Prince, J. & Read, M. A (2000) Pilot Investigation of the Value of Group Process Support at Child Protection Conference. A report for The Nuffield Foundation.

Prince, J. (2000) The New Pioneers? The psychological status of migrants. In W. Kaufman and MacPherson, H. Transatlantic Studies New York: University of America Press.

Prince, J. (2000) Psychological approaches to issues of identity transitions and gender in migrants.

Conference paper presented at the South West Wales Women’s History Network Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Prince, J, Rees, V. & Bellin, W. (1999) The Welsh Home Corner: analysis of children’s conversations during structured play. Conference paper presented at the BPS Education Section Annual Conference. University of Greenwich


Associate Fellow, British Psychological Society
Associate Member BAPT


Research interests

Identity processes
Identity, across the lifespan
Identity threats – psychological responses to traumatic life events
Discourse analysis in the context of intra- and inter-group processes
Children and play
Play as a Therapeutic Intervention

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