2010 - Present PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide
2004-2006 Master of Psychology (Clinical), University of South Australia
2003-2003 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), University of South Australia
2000-2002 Bachelor of Psychology, University of South Australia
Awards & Achievements
2004 Alumni Certificate of Achievement for Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), UniSA
2003 First Class Honours, UniSA
My current research interests are in the area of adult mental health, chronic and complex mental health conditions, borderline personality disorder, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and issues for children of parents with a mental illness (COPMI). In particular, my PhD is focussed on exploring parenting concerns for individuals with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder and the evaluation of treatment programs with this population.
Bartsch, D.R., Roberts, R.M., Davies, M., & Proeve, M. (2015). Borderline Personality Disorder and Parenting: Clinician Perspectives. Advances in Mental Health. DOI: 10.1080/18387357.2015.1065554. To access this article: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/hqd9k2DPsMkKZPPqv7Uv/full
Bartsch, D., Roberts, R.M., Davies, M. & Proeve, M. (2015). The impact of parental diagnosis of borderline personality disorder on offspring: Learning from clinical practice, Personality and Mental Health. To link to this article: DOI: 10.1002/pmh.1274
Bartsch, D. (2013). Children of parents with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. COPMI Keeping Families in Mind: Gateways to evidence that Matters. http://www.copmi.net.au/images/pdf/Research/gems-edition-16-nov-2013.pdf
Bartsch, D. (2007). Prevalence of body dysmorphic disorder symptoms and associated clinical features among Australian university students. Clinical Psychologist, 11:1, 16 - 23. To link to this article: DOI: 10.1080/13284200601178532
Bartsch, D. (2006). Body dysmorphic disorder: a review of clinical features, prevalence, demographics and etiology ( Master's thesis). University of South Australia: SA.
Bartsch, D. (2003). The effect of mood on explanatory style and life satisfaction (Honours thesis). University of South Australia: SA.
Psychological Association of South Australia
Australian Psychological Society, Clinical College Member
Australian Psychological Society
Golden Key International Honour Society
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Entry last updated: Wednesday, 5 Aug 2015