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Cheryl McMullin is a Teaching Fellow in the School of Sociology and Applied Social Studies. She has an MSc in Professional Development in Social Work from Ulster University.Before her position at Ulster, she worked as a qualified social worker in the Western Health and Social Care Trust, Cheryl has also worked for the Youth Justice Agency and has been a Manger of the Practice Learning Center at Bryson Care. She has been a qualified practice teacher since 2011.Cheryl is interested in promoting relationship based social work practices and devising a four stage model for application in practice.She has recently edited and contributed two chapters and a four stage model of practice in doing relationship based practice with Professor Mary McColgan at Ulster University.Cheryl has many networks in the voluntary and statutory sector which include the Simon Community, First Housing, Women's Aid and Bryson Care. Research Interests are in the use of applied arts and creative methods in social work practice and education. Cheryl contributes to the teaching and recruitment of students for the BSc undergraduate degree in Social Work and post qualifying programmes.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Doing Relationship-Based Social Work A Practical Guide to Building Relationships and Enabling: BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS IN SOCIAL WORK A 4 Stage Relationship ModelMc Mullin, C., 21 Mar 2017, 1 ed. United Kingdom. 16 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book