State Branch New South Wales Branch Committee

Erin Kelly, Branch Marketing Representative

Area of Expertise
  • Research Psychologist
  • Clinical Psychology

Dr Erin Kelly is a clinical psychologist who obtained her Master of Clinical Psychology from Macquarie University. She is currently employed at The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use at the University of Sydney, where she leads a program of research in the translation of brief intervention in schools for the prevention of substance use and mental disorders. She is a research psychologist, currently working as a trainer in the Preventure program (a brief CBT intervention for adolescents with personality risk factors for substance use and mental disorders), and previously on various trials such as an online CBT intervention for young adults with anxiety and harmful alcohol use, and integrated CBT for adolescents with co-occurring PTSD and substance use. She is also a private clinician at Headspace, and has previously worked in private practice with adolescents and adults with a wide range of presenting problems. Erin is interested in co-occurring conditions and transdiagnostic approaches, with a particular interest in how this applies to bullying among adolescents. She was recently awarded her PhD at the University of New South Wales, titled “Tackling adolescent bullying head on: Victimisation, perpetration and targeted intervention”. She has published several papers in the area of bullying, and has presented on bullying at national and international conferences, and to special interest groups.

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