Dr Anjula Gupta

Clinical Tutor

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Health and Social Work


Anjula Gupta is responsible for the development and assessment of clinical skills within the Clinical Psychology Doctorate Programme. Teaching interests include psychological models of psychosis, social constructionism, community psychology and open dialogue, with a focus on the role of social power, discrimination and marginalisation in the development and maintenance of complex mental health problems. Her NHS work involves working with people who have unusual experiences and their families in acute in-patient and rehab services.


For Doctorate Programme: - Social Constructionism - Critical Psychology - Power, Inclusion and Difference - Community Psychology - CBT for Psychosis For BSc Psychology: - Positive Psychology

Journal Article

"Maybe it's kind of normal to hear voices": The role of spirituality in making sense of voice hearing

Lewis, S. H., Sanderson, C., Gupta, A., & Klein, C. (in press). “Maybe it’s kind of normal to hear voices”: The role of spirituality in making sense of voice hearing. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, 1-16. doi:10.1080/19349637.2018.1520183