BSocSc, PostGradDipPsych, PhD
Michelle has a keen interest in mental health, in particular youth mental health and evidence-based interventions. Michelle’s thesis examined the use of restorative practices in primary and secondary schools. Michelle sought to examine the impact of restorative practices when used as a social-emotional learning tool in a pro-social manner. Michelle is particularly interested in qualitative research methods and hopes to use her skills to conduct further research around preventative programs which assist young people.
Teachers' and Students' Perspectives of Using Restorative Practices in Schools: "It's Got the Power to Change Behaviour"
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