Nude selfies – adolescents and online self-produced images

Ethel Quayle

Ethel Quayle

Ethel trained as a clinical psychologist at Queen’s University Belfast before completing her doctorate at Surrey University. During this time she was employed in a variety of clinical positions in adult mental health in the UK and Ireland before joining University College Cork in 1995. In Cork Ethel was responsible for post-graduate training in CBT (MA and HDip) as well as director of the COPINE Project. As a practitioner Ethel had worked with both sex offenders and their victims and for the last fourteen years has been working in the area of Internet abuse images, collaborating internationally with governement and non-government agencies. The COPINE project took as its focus children made vulnerable through the new technologies.

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