Rachael Murrihy, Committee Member
Dr Rachael Murrihy
Rachael Murrihy is strongly committed to ensuring psychologists have access to high-quality and affordable evidence-based training. Rachael is currently the director of The Kidman Centre in the Faculty of Science at the University of Technology Sydney. Rachael’s research specialty is in the area of child disruptive behaviour disorders. She has 11 publications including two books co-edited with Professors’ Thomas Ollendick and Antony Kidman. As a clinician, she has worked with youth experiencing internalising and externalising disorders across diverse settings, including the university clinic, private practice, inpatient wards, and mainstream and alternative schools. She has experience lecturing, training, and supervising professionals in this field, including clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, family physicians, nurses, educators, and interns.
Rachael began with the Branch Committee in 2012.Back to State Branch