Shifting the Lens on Psychology 1: Indigenous Mental Health

How did it come to be that a field of inquiry, whose primary purposes are to understand and benefit people, fails so miserably at both?

Suntosh Pillay (2017:136)

In the first instalment of this three part series, Megan Williams challenges the Western framework of psychology and how Aboriginal-lead approaches can make a huge difference when it comes to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ emotional and mental wellbeing.


Miles Herbert, Cheyne Anderson


Megan Williams, Head of Girra Maa Indigenous Health Discipline at the University of Technology Sydney

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