Anne Graham is an Honorary Fellow within the College of Health & Biomedicine. Prior to this she was Senior Lecturer in Psychology.
She is a registered psychologist with endorsed areas of practice in clinical and community psychology and a Psychology Board of Australia approved supervisor.
Anne’s teaching interests are in clinical, health and developmental psychology.
She was one of the staff in the team that developed the psychodynamic orientation within the clinical psychology postgraduate training program.
Anne’s research interests are mainly in the areas of mental health and experiences of, and recovery from, psychological distress (attempted suicide, trauma, psychosis). Another of her research interests is adaptation to life transitions including migration/refugee experience and new parenthood. She also has an interest in group therapy.
Areas of expertise
- Adult mental health
- clinical psychology training and provisional psychologist supervision
- Suicide and attempted suicide