- Dr Jane AndrewDirector Match Studio
- Dr Doreen DonovanLecturer,
School of Art, Architecture and Design
- Lynda KayLecturer, School of Art, Architecture and Design
- Professor Ian GwiltResearch Professor: Design, School of Art, Architecture and Design
- Dr Gareth FurberPsychologist,
- Richard ObornPsychologist
- Sarah BurtonPsychologist,
- Dr Rachel ReillyHealth Psychologist, SAHMRI
In past years, we have been incredibly grateful for the support of these individuals:
Chris Thornton, Dr Melinda Gaughwin, Rita Siow, Daniel Purvis, Dr Jodie Harris, Dr Heather Mattner, Dr Alison Robb, Simeon Jones, Carly Sutherland, and Karen Davies.
Our partners are individuals and organisations who have committed significant in-kind or financial resources to making Visualising Mental Health a reality, and/or taking some of the student projects to the next level of development.
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The Institute of Private Practising Psychologists (IPPP) has been representing psychologists in private practice in South Australia since 1981 and is the peak body of private practitioners in this State. The IPPP have proposed a topic for 2019 and an accompanying financial reward to help one student team develop their project further.
The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, known as the Hawke Centre, is a community-focused centre devoted to generating ideas and solutions to achieve cohesive, sustainable societies. They engage with local and international communities through public learning activities including lectures, seminars, alliances and research projects. The Hawke Centre provides extensive support for the Visualising Mental Health Exhibition that is held each year in the Kerry Packer Gallery.
SA Health is committed to protecting and improving the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in health reform, public health services, health and medical research, policy development and planning, with an increased focus on well being, illness prevention, early intervention and quality care. SA Health, via the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist, and the South Australian Suicide Prevention Community Grants Scheme, 2018, have provided funding to help develop two projects from the 2017 year.
Our supporters are individuals and organisations who show their support for the project through promotion of the Visualising Mental Health website and exhibition.
The Psychology and Health Forum (PHF) is a private multidisciplinary social network for South Australian mental health practitioners, researchers and students. Running since 2004 and with over 2200 members, the PHF is one of the oldest and largest mental health social networks in South Australia. The PHF regularly promotes the Visualising Mental Health Project to its members and Dr Gareth Furber (the psychology lead on the Visualising Mental Health Project) is one of the managers.
The Australian Psychological Society is the peak body for psychologists in Australia and represents over 24,000 members. The SA Branch Committee represents the interests of 1100+ psychologists in South Australia and actively supports the Visualising Mental Health Project through promotion, attendance, and involvement in topic selection.
AGDA is the peak national organisation representing the Australian communication design industry. With more than 3,000 members distributed throughout the creative, visual communications, applied design and technology sectors, it is dedicated to advancing the profession through an interrelated program of state, national and international activities in education, advocacy and professional development.