Here are some research papers, articles and publications that our staff have been involved in:
Does an Improved Experience of Law School Protect Students Against Depression, Anxiety and Stress? (PDF 637kb) An Empirical Study of Wellbeing and the Law School Experience of LLB and JD Students.
A Growing Experience (PDF 1275kb) was launched by Professor Glyn Davis, University Vice Chancellor, on Thursday 27th April 2006.The report is based on a large baseline study of 947 international students in Semester 1 2005.
Get up and go: Walking away from depression (PDF 103kb) is based on a study of students participating in the Get Up and Go program through the University of Melbourne Counselling Service since the beginning of January 2004.
Observations when counselling trainee artists (PDF 92kb). This paper is based on the eight years experience of a counsellor with music, art, drama, dance, film and production students at a Melbourne arts training institute.
What do we tell your next therapist? A collaborative approach to forced termination of therapy and case handover (PDF 82kb). This article explores the typical reactions of both clients and therapists when confronted with the above situation.
Retention and Personal Development: Assessing the Role of Universities in Assisting Students to Navigate Psychological Demands of Higher Education (PDF 112kb). The role of universities in understanding and responding to the social and personal, as well as academic, development of students is explored with reference to retention efforts.