Dr Deanne Armstrong
Deanne Armstrong is a Lecturer and a Coordinator of the undergraduate and postgraduate Counselling courses in the School of Psychology. She is a registered psychologist and an accredited supervisor. Deanne has a Masters in Clinical Psychology, and her clinical and research interests are around trauma.
Adams, K., Shakespeare-Finch, J., & Armstrong, D. (2015). An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of stress and well-being in Emergency Medical Dispatchers. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 20(5), 430-448. doi: 10.1080/15325024.2014.949141
Shakespeare-Finch, J., Rees, A., & Armstrong, D. (2014). Social support, Self-efficacy, Trauma, and Well-being in Emergency Medical Dispatchers. Social Indicators Research. doi: 10.1007/s11205-014-0749-9.
Shakespeare-Finch, J., Shochet, I., Roos, C., Craig, C., Young, R., Wurfl, A., & Armstrong, D. (2014). Promoting posttraumatic growth in police recruits: Preliminary results of a randomised control trial of a resilience intervention. Proceedings of the Australia & New Zealand Disaster & Emergency Conference, Gold Coast (QLD), 5th- 7th May 2014
Armstrong, D., Shakespeare?Finch, J., & Shochet, I. (2014). Predicting post?traumatic growth and post?traumatic stress in firefighters. Australian Journal of Psychology, 66(1), 38-46.
Shakespeare-Finch, J., & Armstrong, D. (2011). Trauma type and post-trauma outcomes: Differences between survivors of motor vehicle accidents, sexual assault and bereavement. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 15(2), 69-82.
Armstrong, D., & Shakespeare-Finch, J. (2010). Relationship to the bereaved and perceptions of severity of trauma differentiate elements of Posttraumatic Growth. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 63(2), 125-140.
Deanne's research interests are in promoting positive adaptation following trauma, working with traumatised populations, and promoting mental health in high-risk occupations.
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