Michelle Moss


Registered to supervise postgraduate research


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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, Broken Circles to a Different Identity:Research on identity for children in out-of-home care in Queensland., James Cook University

Award Date: 26 Mar 2013

Master, Master of Arts (Arts Therapy), Western Sydney University

Award Date: 2 May 1996

Bachelor, Bachelor of Arts Honours, The University of Sydney

Award Date: 25 Feb 1994


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