Sally-Ann coordinates undergraduate psychology placements for third year students and tutors and lectures in the Senior College. She specifically teaches a range of third year psychology units, including APP3028 Fieldwork and APP3021 Psychology of Adjustment. In previous years, Sally-Ann has taught a range of psychology-based units across all levels of undergraduate psychology degrees.

Sally-Ann completed a PhD in 2014 which examined support for parents of gifted children in the western region of Melbourne.

Teaching responsibilities

  • Fieldwork APP3028
  • Psychology of Adjustment APP3021

Publications

Refereed book chapters

Free, S. (2017). Support for parenting gifted children in the western region of Melbourne, Australia. In N. BallamĀ  & R. Moltzen (Eds.), Giftedness and talent: Australasian Perspectives. Singapore. Springer Nature.

Conference presentations

Free, S. Support for parenting gifted children in the western region of Melbourne, Australia. Paper presented at the 18th Conference of the World Council for Gifted and talented Children, Vancouver, Canada. 3-7 August, 2009.

Appearances in the media

Hogan, B. (2008, June16) Too clever by half. The Age. [Education section], pp. 6-7. (Quoted in article).

Areas of expertise

  • Parents with gifted children
  • Parent stress and social support
  • Group social support for parents
 Sally-Ann Free

Contact details

+61 (3) 9919 4096