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Roya Kamvar

For 7 years, Roya’s research has been people-centred, spanning different sectors including media, social research, and public services. They are experienced in a range of research methods including traditional and innovative, public engagement and citizen science.

At the core of Roya’s lived experience is depression, anxiety, DPDR (De-personalisation and De-realisation) intersecting with neurodivergence and physical health issues.

Roya’s personal research interests include: DPDR, Somatics and Embodiment, Eco-Psychology, and the myriad ways they intersect.

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