About Becky Caulfield
An aspiring Clinical Psychologist, currently an undergraduate studying Psychology (Integrated MSci) at the University of York. I see a future in which mental healthcare is adaptive to an individual's cultural and personal needs. I am also interested in alternative/ complimentary therapies for treatment resistant mood disorders such as deep brain stimulation and psilocybin therapy. My current research involves working with a Prosopagnosic (face blind) individual to better understand how we both learn and recognise faces.
For my Leadership in Action programme, I am working with "MakeSense", an organisation based in Mexico City. I am developing a social empowerment project supporting rural communities in Mexico.
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The way you've grown, not just in research and leadership skills, but also in integrating your personal values into your work, is remarkable. Also, it's impressive how you transformed your ideas into impactful actions, like the outreach event, and how this experience helped you to appreciate the value of your contributions within a team. Congratulations on your achievements, Becky!
Thank you for your words of encouragement! The Laidlaw Scholarship has been such a rich learning opportunity, I am very grateful to have been a part of it.