Ms Yvonne Clark

 Position Lecturer
 Org Unit Psychology
 Telephone +61 8 8313 7464
 Location Floor/Room 7 26 ,  Hughes ,   North Terrace
  • Qualifications

     BA, BA (Hons), M Psych (Clin)

    Registered as a Clinical Psychologist, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

  • Research Interests


     Indigenous communities, cross cultural and cultural studies, Racism, cultural competency, lateral violence, psychological distress, mental health, Aboriginal children and youth

  • Publications

    Clark, Y., Augoustinos, M., & Malin, M. (2016). Coping and prevention of lateral violence in the Aboriginal community in Adelaide. The Australian Community Psychologist. Manuscript submitted for publication.

    Clark, Y., Augoustinos, M., & Malin, M. (2016). Lateral violence within the Aboriginal community in Adelaide: It affects our identity and wellbeing. Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri-Pimatisiwin, 1(1), 43-52.

    Clark,Y., & Augoustinos, M. (2015). What's in a name: Lateral violence within the Aboriginal community in Adelaide, South Australia. The Australian Community Psychologist, 27(2), 19-34.

    Clark,Y., Chur-Hansen, A., Turnbull, D., & Masciantonio, S. (2013). A qualitative study of Australian undergraduate psychology students' attitudes towards the teaching of Indigenous and cross-cultural psychology at one university. Focus on Health Professional Education: A multi-disciplinary journal, vol 14 (3), 31-43.

    Guerin, P., Guerin, B., Tedmanson, D., & Clark, Y. (2011). How can country, sprituality, music and arts contribute to Indigenous mental health and wellbeing? Australasian Psychiatry, 19(s1).

    Dudgeon, P., Darleston-Jones, D., & Clark, Y. (2011). Changing the lens: Indigenous perspectives on Psychological literacy. In J. Cranney & D. Dunn (Eds) the psychologically liteate citizen: Foundations and gobal perspectives. New York: Oxford University press.

    Guerin, P., Guerin, B., Tedmanson, D., & Clark, Y. (2009). How do we think about Indigenous mental health in rural and remote communities? STATEing Women's Health, 8-13.

    Clark, Y. (2000). The construction of Aboriginal Identity in people separated from their families, communities and culture: pieces of a jigsaw. Australian Psychologist, 35, 150-157.


  • Professional Associations

    Australian Psychological Society (APS)

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and psychology interest group (ATSIPP)(committee member)

    Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association (AIPA)

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

    Australian Indigenous Psychology Education project (AIPEP) (National Reference committee)

    Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA)

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