BA, BSW, MSc, PGDip (Psych)
Trainee Clinical Psychologist
I am currently in my second year of clinical psychology training, which includes placements at a memory service for older adults and a service focused on learning disabilities. My first year of training included placements at a child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) and a forensic inpatient mental health centre.
My work prior to clinical training was divided between frontline work and research, primarily within the fields of HIV and other blood-borne viruses, substance misuse, sexual and gender minorities and sex work.
Before moving to the UK, I trained and practiced as a social worker in Canada. More recently, I was a Research Associate at the British Psychological Society's Centre for Outcomes, Research & Effectiveness (CORE) within UCL's Research Department of Clinical, Education and Health Psychology.
Metrebian, N., Weaver, T., Pilling, S., Hellier, J., Byford, S., Shearer, J., . . . Strang, J. (2018). Positive reinforcement targeting abstinence in substance misuse (PRAISe): Study protocol for a Cluster RCT & process evaluation of contingency management. Contemporary Clinical Trials. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cct.2018.06.008
Weaver, T., Metrebian, N., Hellier, J., Pilling, S., Charles, V., Little, N., . . . Bowden-Jones, O. (2014). Use of contingency management incentives to improve completion of hepatitis B vaccination in people undergoing treatment for heroin dependence: A cluster randomised trial. The Lancet, 384(9938), 153-163. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(14)60196-3
Little, N. (2012). Speaking Out: Down, Out, Crazy. In S. Hannem & C. Bruckert (Eds), Stigma Revisited: Implications of the Mark. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.
Posters or conference presentations
Little, N. (2008, August). Lessons learned creating a gay men’s health festival targeting community wellness instead of individual HIV prevention in Ottawa, Canada. Presented at XVII International AIDS Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.
Little, N. (2011). Homosexuality and psychological wholeness [Review of the book Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer psychology: An introduction, by V. Clarke, S. J. Ellis, E. Peel & D. W. Riggs]. Psychology in Society, 41, 69-72.