Faculty:Faculty of Science & Technology
Areas of Expertise: Applied, Social and Health Psychology
Jonathan trained as a clinical psychologist and brings his experience working in mental health services to his teaching at Anglia Ruskin.
Jonathan trained as a clinical psychologist at University College London. He has worked in various services within the NHS, most recently a community mental health team for older people. He joined Anglia Ruskin as a lecturer in August 2015.
Jonathan’s research focuses on staff and service users’ experiences of providing/receiving psychological support, in particular:
Jonathan is a member of our Emotion and Well-Being Research Area and our Health Psychology Research Area. Both form part of our Applied, Social and Health Psychology Research Group.
BA Psychology and Philosophy (University of Oxford)
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Totman, J., Pistrang, N., Smith, S., Hennessey, S., & Martin, J. (2015) ‘You only have one chance to get it right’: A qualitative study of relatives’ experiences of caring at home for a family member with terminal cancer. Palliative Medicine, 29 (6). p. 496-507. Available from: http://pmj.sagepub.com/content/29/6/496.short
Totman, J., Hundt, G. L., Wearn, E., Paul, M., & Johnson, S. (2011) Factors affecting staff morale on inpatient mental health wards in England: a qualitative investigation. BMC psychiatry, 11 (68).
Johnson, S., Totman, J., Hobbs, L. (2011) Crisis and emergency services. In Thornicroft, G., Szmukler, G., Mueser, K.T., & Drake, R.E. (eds.). Oxford Textbook of Community Mental Health. New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
Totman, J., Mann, F., & Johnson, S. (2010). Is locating acute wards in the general hospital an essential element in psychiatric reform? The UK experience. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale, 19 (04). p. 282-286.