Sue has been a practising educational psychologist for more than 25 years, and, in addition to her teaching and research responsibilities within the University, continues to practice as a chartered educational psychologist on a 0.1 full-time equivalent basis.
Teaching principally relates to postgraduate professional training in educational psychology, and post-qualification research programmes for practising educational psychologists in such areas as (normal and atypical) child and adolescent development, mental health, therapeutic interventions and organisational development.
Bozic, N. and Morris, S. (2005) Traumatic brain injury in childhood and adolescence: The role of educational psychology services in promoting effective recovery, Educational & Child Psychology, 22, 2, ISSN: 0267-1611.
Grimley, M., Morris, S., Rayner, S. and Riding, R. (2004) Supporting school improvement: the development of a scale for assessing pupils' emotional and behavioural development, Assessment in Education, 11, 3, 273-300. ISSN: 0969-594X.DOI: 10.1080/0969594042000304591