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Research interests

“Turn 'em around Healing” TeaH a therapeutic model for working with traumatised children who live in remote communities. This model uses art and play therapy and a combination or western and traditional Aboriginal healing approaches to look at issues such as abuse, trauma and keeping children safe.

 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, James Cook University

Master, Western Sydney University

Bachelor, University of Sydney

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home care Social Sciences
Queensland Medicine & Life Sciences
community Social Sciences
Home Care Services Medicine & Life Sciences
child protection Social Sciences
social work Social Sciences
play therapy Social Sciences
discourse analysis Social Sciences

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Research Output 2009 2019

From Broken Circles to a Different Identity: An exploration of identity for children in out of home care

Moss, M., 28 Jan 2019, Art therapy in Australia: taking a postcolonial, aesthetic turn. Gilroy, A., McKenna, T. & Westwood, J. (eds.). Sense Publishers, p. 283-318 36 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearchpeer-review

home care
4 Downloads (Pure)

TeaH (Turn 'em around Healing): A therapeutic model for working with traumatised children on Aboriginal communities

Moss, M. & Lee, A. D., Jun 2019, In : Children Australia. 44, 2, p. 55-59 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
File
community
child protection
Capacity Building
Therapeutics
synergy

Reflecting critically on my journey through social work education in Australia (Tejaswini Patil and Michelle Moss)

Moss, M. & Patil-Vishwanath, T., 2017, Reflective Thinking in Social Work: Learning from student narratives. Graham, M. J. (ed.). USA: Routledge Publisher (Taylor and Francis Group), p. 88-97 10 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearchpeer-review

social work
discourse analysis
education
federation
specialization

"Turn 'em around good way": TeaH a Therapeutic Model for Working with Traumatised Children from Indigenous Communities

Moss, M. & Lee, A., Sep 2017, In : Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. 20, 3, p. 15-26 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

community
synergy
colonization
funding
legislation

Broken Circles to a Different Identity: An exploration of identity for children in out-of-home care in Queensland Australia

Moss, M., Aug 2009, In : Child and Family Social Work. 14, 3, p. 311-321 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Queensland
Home Care Services
home care
child protection
Research