Michelle works with young people for Triangle as an intermediary and on consultation projects. She also delivers training on communication and has taught and published widely on these issues. She has significant experience communicating with young people who have complex communication needs, including learning disabilities, physical disabilities and ASD.
Michelle graduated in 2009 and 2010 from Teesside University with both a BSc (Hons) and an MSc in Forensic Psychology, respectively. In 2015 she gained a PhD from Lancaster University. Her thesis focused on ways to help children and young people recall and communicate information during investigative interviews. Michelle currently lectures at the University of Chester and works within Triangle's investigative interviewing and intermediary teams.