Dr Grainne Hickey (BA Mod (Psychology, PhD) is Research and Projects Manager with ICEP Europe. Dr. Hickey has considerable experience of applied evaluative research and has previously held a postdoctoral research position in the Centre for Mental Health and Community Research in Maynooth University, including a key role on the recent large-scale research programme, Evaluation of wRaparound in Ireland for Children and families (ENRICH). Her work is at the interface between psychology and community and is focused on supporting wellbeing and inclusion, particularly for marginalised persons. She has worked extensively with vulnerable populations in disadvantaged communities and has conducted detailed research with children and young people, parents, practitioners, policy makers and other stakeholders in practice and service settings. Her research interests include implementation and applied research, evaluation, public health research, the social-psychological aspects of health, illness and wellbeing and evidence-based practice. She is currently part of a multidisciplinary team developing a trauma-informed training programme for educators working in second-chance education settings across Europe, as well as the new H2020-funded project, GoGreen Routes – an innovative new programme aimed at harnessing nature-connection to promote resilience and wellbeing in urban settings. Her teaching portfolio includes the development and delivery of several taught course in the areas of wellbeing, development and research methodologies. She has published extensively in international peer-reviewed journals, including in the areas of prevention science, evidence-based intervention and implementation.