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Dr Kate Hall holds a partnership role between Deakin and Eastern Health, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre as a Senior Lecturer in Addiction and Mental Health.
Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre is based in Fitzroy and is a lead agency for the Victorian Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) sector, providing statewide treatment services for people and families who are impacted by addiction. They provide face-to-face, online and telephone based clinical treatment services, as well as conducting nationally and internationally recognised research and workforce development programs. The partnership between Deakin and Turning Point supports a postgraduate psychology student placement program and a clinical research program in addiction and mental health. Dr Hall teaches in the DPsych program about the treatment of substance abuse and holds a clinical leadership role within the clinical services program at Turning Point, Fitzroy.
Dr Kate Hall is a Clinical Psychologist who has treated people affected by addiction for 15 years. She has a particular interest in the treatment of co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, and currently leads a Commonwealth funded program for people affected by co-occurring Borderline Personality Disorder and Substance Use Disorder.
Treatment of substance abuse class in HPS908 Psych Therapy
Implementation science and adoption and implementation of research into practice
Treatment effectiveness for co-occurring mental health and Substance Use Disorders
Member, Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Member, APS College of Clinical Psychologists
Registered Clinical Supervisor, AHPRA
Registered Psychologist, Clinical Endorsement AHPRA