Elizabeth Roxburgh is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Northampton where she specialises in teaching the phenomenology of anomalous experiences, mental health, counselling, and qualitative research methods. Her interest in 'parapsychology’ was ignited in 2003 when she received a scholarship from the Parapsychological Association to attend the Summer Study Program at the Rhine Research Center in North Carolina. She was awarded her PhD by the University of Northampton in 2010 for research exploring the phenomenology and psychology of Spiritualist mediumship. She has an interest in 'clinical parapsychology' and has been awarded grants by the Bial Foundation to undertake research on synchronicity in the therapeutic setting and counselling for anomalous experiences. Elizabeth previously worked for the National Health Service as an Assistant Psychologist in a variety of clinical settings, including mental health, forensic, and learning disability services. She is now a BACP Registered counsellor and was recently appointed as course leader for the BSc Psychology and Counselling degree.