Psych Matters

Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry: Tales from the edge

October 28, 2022 RANZCP
Psych Matters
Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry: Tales from the edge
Show Notes

Want to find out more about current developments and approaches in adolescent forensic psychiatry in Australia and NZ? This is the podcast to listen to! Hear from adolescent forensic psychiatrists at the coal face who bring diverse updates in this field for psychiatrists and trainees alike.

Associate Professor John Kasinathan
MBBS (Hons I; Syd), M.Psychiatry, FRANZCP, Cert. Forensic Psych., M.FMH (UNSW), Cert. Child Adol. Psych.
Consultant Forensic, Child, Adolescent and Generalist Psychiatrist
Conjoint Associate Professor, UNSW Medicine
Clinical Director Adolescent Mental Health, Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network, NSW Health
Medical Director Adolescent and Young Adult Program, Northside Clinic St Leonards 

Dr Brendan Daugherty
BMed, MPM, FRANZCP, Grad Cert FMH, Cert Child Adol Psych, Cert Forensic Psych
Consultant Child and Adolescent, General Adult and Forensic Psychiatrist
Co-owner and Director, Pandion Health
Visiting Medical Officer, Don Dale Youth Detention Centre, NT

Dr Joey Le

MBBS BSc(Med)Hons FRANZCP Cert Child Adol Psych Cert Forensic Psych MFMH
Staff Specialist Psychiatrist, Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
Forensic and Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Canberra Health Services
Authorised Clinician, Children's Court Clinic, Sydney Children's Hospitals Network
Conjoint Lecturer, UNSW Medicine 

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