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Dr Jade Sheen is a Health and a Clinical Psychologist teaching into the Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) stream. In addition to her psychology training, Jade completed a Master of Clinical Family Therapy through the Bouverie Centre in 2008 and a Graduate Certificate of Higher Education though Monash University in 2010. She has extensive clinical experience in both inpatient and community settings, with a particular focus on child and adolescent mental health. Over the past 8 years she has taken on many senior roles within the public mental health sector, including acting manager of a mental health service, senior clinician and psychology supervisor. She currently owns and operates a successful private practice in addition to her teaching and research commitments.
Unit chair and lecturer in:
HPS 915 Etiology of Couple of Family Disorders
HPS 916 Treatment of Couple and Family Disorders
Clinical simulation in teaching practice
Stress and wellbeing amongst health professionals
Management of acute mental health conditions in the prehospital environment
Parenting and mental illness
Carer burden and mental illness
Psychology Board of Australia
APS College of Clinical Psychologists
APS College of Health Psychologists
External consultant to Peninsula Carers Council
External supervisor for current clinicians within the public healthcare sector
Editorial board member of International Journal of Applied Psychology
Peer reviewer for Journal of Emergency and Primary Healthcare
Sheen, J. (2012). Pedagogical principles informing the Monash Health Science Curriculum: examples from Psychology. Fatima College of Health Sciences Curriculum Conference. 2nd-6th September. Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Sheen, J. (2012). Assessment and learning in the health sciences: Introduction to constructive alignment and enquiry based learning. Fatima College of Health Sciences Curriculum Conference. 2nd-6th September. Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Bath, T., Boyd, L., & Sheen, J. (2011). Occupational Risks on Undergraduate Paramedic Clinical Placements. Australian Paramedics Australiasia. 5th-8th Oct. Sydney, Australia.
Johnson, M., Boyd, L., Sheen, J., & Colquitt, S. (2011). What is the undergraduate paramedic studentsí perspective on the acceptability, realism, and effectiveness of Simulated Patients? SimHealth Conference. 12th-15th September. Sydney, Australia.
Boyd, L. Sheen, J. Johnson, M. Eastwood, K. (2010). Developing a Multidisciplinary Education Program: Challenges and Incentives. International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. 15th-17th November. Madrid, Spain. ICERI2010
Boyd, L., Sheen, J., & Johnson, M. (2010). Multidisciplinary responses to mental health crisis within the community setting. Chisholm Centre for Integrated Health & Community Well-being. Mornington Peninsula. October 12-13
Boyd, L., Sheen, J., Johnson, M., & Eastwood, K. (2010). Multidisciplinary responses to mental health crises in the pre-hospital setting. Australian College of Ambulance Professionals (ACAP) Conference, Perth, 14 to 16 October
Murcott, P., Sheen, J., Eastwood, K., Boyd, L., & Johnson, M. (2010). Mental health crises in the prehospital sector. Australian College of Ambulance Professionals (ACAP) Conference, Perth, 14 to 16 October