Associate Professor John FarhallAssociate Professor, Psychology
Dr Farhall originally trained as a clinical psychologist, working in community mental health centres and psychiatric hospital settings in Victoria. Since 1992 he has held a joint appointment at the School of Psychological Science and North Western Mental Health, building bridges between the public mental health services and university research and training. He teaches primarily in postgraduate professional programs and includes innovations in mental health care, psychopathology, therapy for psychotic disorders and evidence-based practice. His research is centred on understanding psychotic disorders, including evaluating and disseminating evidence-based psychological treatments for people who have psychotic disorders and understanding the disorder processes those treatments seek to address.