WEBINAR: How mainstream approaches work for Aboriginal people
Thursday, 19 Nov - 11am-12pm (AEST)
The 2020 Symposium Series for the Centre of Research Excellence: Indigenous Health + Alcohol showcases the research being conducted by the Centre’s students and early career researchers.
All presenters are Aboriginal themselves and so bring a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities in this field.
The final webinar of the Symposium will be co-presented by SMART Recovery Australia Research Advisory Committee member and Worimi woman, Liz Dale.
The webinar will examine how mainstream approaches work for Aboriginal people.
Liz Dale is a Worimi woman enrolled in a clinical masters in psychology and PhD, University of Wollongong. Liz has over 12 years of experience in non-government and clinical settings. This includes in youth and adult homelessness, mental health, drug/alcohol and gambling addictions, eating disorders and intergenerational trauma.
Lynette Bullen is a Wiradjuri woman undertaking a Health Education and Training Institute, Rural Research Capacity Building Program through NSW Health. She has worked in drug and alcohol for nearly 25 years. Lynette is a Senior Drug and Alcohol Clinician at the Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Treatment Unit in Orange.