Dr Charlie Fontaine is a lecturer in Psychology, within the College of Healthcare Sciences. They received their PhD from the University of Warwick, exploring resilience in adolescent mental health - determining resilience factors for bullied LGBTQI adolescents and the role of anxiety and worry in school transition for young adolescents. Dr Fontaine received a Master’s in Clinical Aspects of Psychology from the University of Reading; they completed a placement in the Anxiety and Depression clinic, contributing to research exploring online CBT as effective treatment for anxiety in adolescents. Their Master’s thesis investigated the types of individuals drawn to pain and who engage in painful activities.

Dr Fontaine's current research is focused on mental wellbeing in excessive online gaming, evolutionary theory in modern dating behvaiours, and student mental wellbeing.

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  • Breaking the Binary: Evolutionary Perspectives on Gender and Sexual Diversity in Modern Dating (PhD , Secondary Advisor)

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