Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Issues in rural adolescent mental health in Australia

Candice   Boyd

Candice Boyd

qualifications: PhD

contribution: wrote the first draft

position: Lecturer in Psychology

Australia

Dr Candice Boyd is an artist-geographer with a background in clinical psychology. She has recently completed a second PhD in cultural geography and the creative arts at the University of Melbourne and is a senior fellow of its School of Geography. Her interests are in the geographies of mental health, cultures of sense and movement, therapeutic spaces, rurality, and contemporary museum geographies.


Damon  Aisbett

Damon Aisbett

qualifications: BPsych

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Lecturer in Psychology

Australia
Kristy  Francis

Kristy Francis

qualifications: BA

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Student


Melinda  Kelly

Melinda Kelly

qualifications: PGDipPsych

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Student


Krystal  Newnham

Krystal Newnham

qualifications: BPsych

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Student


Karyn  newnham

Karyn Newnham

qualifications: BPsych

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Student

Australia

Interested in rural adolescent mental health. Particularly in regards to psychology of place and the role that place potentially plays in well-being and mental health.


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