Christopher studied and got his BSc in Psychology and Forensic Science at John Moores University, graduating in 2013. His area of interest is in how poor social contact (mainly touch) during the early developmental period can lead to anxiety and deviant behaviours. His dissertation investigated the correlation between a lack of touch and the development of OCD in later life.
Prior to this, Christopher had studied and got a foundation degree in fine art, he is also a time served painter and decorator.
In his current role as a data entry clerk within the Monitoring and Evaluation team at CMNH, Christopher is responsible for the overseeing and processing of data from the various programmes that CMNH runs.