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Dr Michelle Kehoe

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.  

Email: michelle.kehoe1@gmail.com 



Teachers' and Students' Perspectives of Using Restorative Practices in Schools: "It's Got the Power to Change Behaviour"



  • Kehoe, M., Winton‐Brown, T., Lee, S., Hopkins, L., & Pedwell, G. (2019). General Practitioners' management of young people with mental health conditions in Australia. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.
  • Kehoe, M., Bourke-Taylor, H. and Broderick, D., 2018. Developing student social skills using restorative practices: a new framework called HEART. Social Psychology of Education21(1), pp.189-207.


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