Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences
Cath Williams qualified as a social worker in 1992 from Ruskin College, Oxford. She completed her MA in Education (Human Relations) at the University of Nottingham in 2009 and worked as a Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Health and Social Care at the University of Derby from 2003 - 2016 in the Department of Social and Community Studies. Cath has a background in community development work and community education. As a social worker she worked with adult service users in hospitals and in the community across both learning disability and mental health settings. Cath 's primary specialisation was in mainstream child protection and also with disabled children.
Cath has a wide area of teaching interests both within and around the discipline of sociology and social policy. Within social work this includes child protection and safeguarding, theories and… read more
Cath is completing PhD exploring the impact of migration on family relationships. She is particularly interested in the separation and reunification of Caribbean families.
Cath has a wide area of teaching interests both within and around the discipline of sociology and social policy. Within social work this includes child protection and safeguarding, theories and methods of social work, mental health and disability.
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