Dr Linda Dubrow-Marshall

School of Health & Society

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Current positions

Senior Lecturer


I am a clinical and counseling psychologist (HCPC Registered) and a BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist. I am a senior lecturer in psychology, I developed and co-lead the MSc Psychology of Coercive Control programme. I am the Co-Chair of the Taught Ethics Panel in the School of Health and Society. I am one of the Chairs of the Programme Validation Panel. My previous experience at the University of Salford: I designed and managed the new Counselling and Wellbeing Service, I taught for the MSc in Counselling (Professional Training), I co-led the MSc Applied Psychology (Therapies) programme, and I was Head of Psychology. I am an integrative psychotherapist, and I incorporate hypnotherapy and EMDR into my practice. I have extensive clinical and counseling experience in a variety of settings, including universities, prisons, addiction agencies, psychiatric hospitals, veteran agencies, and private practice. I obtained my PhD in Counselling Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, and did my PhD dissertation on “Marital relationships of children of Holocaust survivors”. I have a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Areas of Supervision

Psychology of coercive control
Cultic/extremist groups
Domestic Abuse
Substance Abuse
Psychotherapy Outcome
Creative psychotherapies
Integrative psychotherapy
Long-term physical conditions
Self-care for professionals
Positive psychology
Character strengths personal disclosure mutual sharing
Ethical practice
Ethical research
Cognitive behavioural social competence therapeutic intervention for adults with autism spectrum disorder without an intellectual disability


Co-programme leader, MSc Psychology of Coercive Control