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Biography

Tim Campbell is a PhD candidate with Monash University's School of Rural Health, based in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. Tim's research investigates how Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) can best respond when a young person attending for mental health care has a parent who also experiences mental illness, with a focus on the perspectives of people who have lived experience in these circumstances. This research is embedded within a larger project of Monash Rural Health working toward better understanding mental health within the context of family, and the development of family-oriented interventions aimed at supporting both parents and children to recover from mental illness.
 
Alongside his PhD project, Tim is a research assistant on the Psychological Impacts Stream of the Hazelwood Health Study. This longitudinal study, commissioned by the Victorian state government, investigates health outcomes for children and adults in the local community subsequent to the mine fire that occurred at Hazelwood, in the Latrobe Valley region of Victoria, Australia, in 2014.
 
Tim graduated with a first-class honours degree in psychological science in 2017, and was the recipient of the inaugural Angus McLachlan Award at Federation University Australia for his research thesis and an Australian Psychological Society Prize recognising his academic achievements. Tim's professional profile also includes experience working in the welfare sector providing care to children and young people placed into protective services.

Research interests

  • The relationship between the mental health of parents and their children
  • The experiences of people who care for family members affected by mental health issues
  • Family-focused mental health care practices for supporting parents and children to recover from mental illness

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), Federation University Australia

20162017

Bachelor of Behavioural Science, MONASH UNIVERSITY

20122015

External positions

Sessional Teacher, Federation University Australia

2018

Youth Residential Care Worker and Unit Supervisor, Mackillop Family Services Limited

20042012

Research area keywords

  • Psychology
  • Family mental health
  • Children of parents who have mental health issues
  • Behavioural sciences
  • Mental health care practice
  • Social psychology

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