Senior Lecturer in Education (CYPE)
MSc Youth and Community Work (with Distinction)
MA Counselling (with Distinction) York
St John University
Graham joined the University in 2012 after
some eight years teaching at Darlington College where he was
programme leader on the Teesside University franchised Foundation
Degree in Working with Children and Young People and module leader
on various Education Studies, Early Years and Counselling
He combines his academic background with some
twenty years of statutory and voluntary sector practice with
children, young people and families.
Graham’s academic interests relate to youth
and community work, social policy, social inclusion, the voluntary
sector, qualitative methodologies and the interface between
personal biographies, vocation, formation and professional
identities in the children and young people’s workforce.
Member of the British Association of
Counselling and Psychotherapy
Member of TAG – Training Agencies Group for
Lecturers in Youth and Community work.
Member of the Institute for Learning.
Bright, G. and Harrison, G. (Eds.)
(forthcoming) Understanding Counselling Research London:
Research and Professional Conferences
Bright, G. (2012) ‘Risk,
School Counselling and the Development of Resilience’
Inaugural Practitioner Research Conference, Redcar and Cleveland
College 15th June 2012.
T: 01904 876296
Office Location: Quad