Liz Kemp has been working at the Hunter Institute of Mental Health since April 2006. She has an Honours Degree in Psychology from the University of Newcastle and her research assessed attitudes toward Transsexuals and Intersex conditions.
Since Liz joined the Institute, she has worked on several projects and program areas including: Models of protection against risk of suicide for people with a mental illness following discharge from a mental health service, Partners in Depression and Response Ability.
Liz currently works in the mental health and research area to provide information, resources and support to the education and care sector - primarily for pre-service higher education within these sectors.
“I like working in this area because I am contributing to the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.”