In this episode of Psych Matters, Associate Professor Jeffrey Looi and Dr Rebecca Reay discuss Contemporary Research on Private Psychiatry and Psychological Services.
Associate Professor Jeffrey Looi
Associate Professor Jeffrey Looi, MBBS Syd, MD ANU, DMedSc Melb, FRANZCP, AFRACMA, is a clinical academic neuropsychiatrist, in private and public practice, and Head of the Academic Unit of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine at the Australian National University Medical School. Jeffrey leads the Australian, United States, Scandinavian-Spanish Imaging Exchange (AUSSIE) and the Consortium of Australian-Academic Psychiatrists for Independent Policy and Research Analysis (CAPIPRA). He has received multiple research and leadership awards including: a Fulbright Scholarship and Australian-Davos-Connection Future Summit Leadership Award. He is an co-author on more than 180 peer-reviewed papers, including research at the UCLA Medical School, Karolinska Institute and University of Melbourne.
Dr Rebecca Reay
Dr Rebecca Reay is a senior research coordinator and lecturer with the Academic Unit of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine at the ANU Medical School. She also works as an Occupational Therapist in private practice in the ACT. Her research interests include trauma and posttraumatic stress symptoms in children, adolescents, and perinatal women. Other interests include the prevention and treatment of mental health problems in parents using Interpersonal Psychotherapy, couple therapy, mother-infant attachment work and group therapy.
A list of linked papers from Australasian Psychiatry for reference.
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