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Dr Carol Keane is an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and is a registered psychologist with area of practice endorsement in Clinical Psychology. Carol is also a board approved supervisor for psychologists in training. Carol's key are of research interest and expertise is in complex trauma and complex traumatic stress responses and recovery. Carol is particularly interested in psychological resilience as a protective factor in the traumatic stress domain. In addition, Carol has strong a research interest in clinically applied health psychology and in the development, implementation and evaluation of evidenced based psychological interventions. Carol is also interested in the application of nonlinear and dynamic systems modelling within applied psychology research.
PhD, : “A Person-centred Examination of Complex Trauma and Homelessness in Australia” , University of Wollongong
Feb 2014 → Aug 2018
Award Date: 1 Feb 2019
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1/07/22 → 31/12/23
15/03/22 → 14/03/25
Abunyewah, M., Byrne, M., Keane, C. & Bressington, D., 16 Feb 2023, In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 20, 4, p. 1-11 11 p., 3465.
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Dunn, B. J., Paterson, J. L. & Keane, C., 2023, In: Australian Psychologist. 58, 3, p. 139–153 15 p.
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The Relationship Between Masculinity and Help-Seeking Among Australian Men Living in Non-urban AreasPiatkowski, T., Sabrus, D. & Keane, C., 23 Oct 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities. p. 1-20
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Trauma-Informed Programs in Australian Schools: A Systematic Review of Design, Implementation and EfficacyNewton, L., Keane, C. & Byrne, M., 24 Nov 2023, (Accepted/In press) In: Children and Youth Services Review. 107368.
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“More drugs means more stress on my body”: Exploring enhancement and health among elite strength athletes who use performance and image enhancing drugsPiatkowski, T., Neumann, D. L., Keane, C. & Dunn, M., 23 Oct 2023, In: Addiction Research and Theory. p. 1-6 6 p.
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