Erin Parker is a psychologist and final year clinical PhD student. She completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (Honours) at ANU in 2015. Erin’s PhD research looks at how anxiety disorders are managed in Australian primary care settings. She uses a mixed methods approach to incorporate quantitative data on treatment efficacy and service use, as well as qualitative data on consumer perspectives. Erin is primarily supervised by A/Prof Michelle Banfield from the Centre for Mental Health Research at ANU and Dr Daniel Fassnacht from Flinders University. Additional panel members include Dr Amy Dawel (RSP), Prof Mike Kyrios (Flinders), and Prof Philip Batterham (CMHR).
Imogen Clarke is currently a first year Clinical PhD Candidate who completed Honours in 2020 at the ANU. She is supervised by Dr Bradley Jack, A/Prof Bruce Christensen and Dr Lisa-Marie Greenwood. The aim of Imogen’s PhD work is to empirically test competing theoretical accounts of the neural processes underlying action and perception.
Alysia Robertson is a 1st year research PHD student. Her works looks at social psychology, group therapy, and the role of leaders in this context. She is supervised by A/Prof Tegan Cruwys, Prof Michael Platow, and Dr Mark Stevens.