PhD Clinical Psychology, B Psychology (Hons), B Behavioural Science, B Nursing (with Distinction)
Lecturer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dr Belinda Crissman's research areas include adolescents who have sexually offended, therapeutic engagement in counselling/rehabilitation programs, psychosis and early intervention, mental disorder and crime, ecosystemic approaches to rehabilitation of offenders and the development of tools to enhance teaching and learning.
Current teaching areas
- Understanding Imprisonment
- Mental Disorder and Crime
- Rehabilitating Offenders
- Working with Forensic Clients
- Catts, et al. (2011). Clinical indicators for routine use in the evaluation of early psychosis intervention: Development, training support, and inter-rater reliability. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 45(1), 63-75.
- Catts, et al. (2010). Is a national framework for implementing early psychosis services necessary? Results of a survey of Australian mental health service directors. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 4(1), 25-30.
- Catts, et al. (2010). Appraising evidence for intervention effectiveness in early psychosis: A conceptual framework and review of evaluation approaches. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44(3), 195-219. Cited by 1.
- Smallbone, S., Crissman, B. and Rayment-McHugh, S. (2009). Improving therapeutic engagement with adolescent sexual offenders. Behavioural Sciences and the Law, 27(6), 862-877.
- Smallbone, S., Rayment-McHugh, S., Crissman, B. and Shumack, D. (2008). Treatment with youth who have committed sexual offences: Extending the reach of systemic interventions through collaborative partnerships. Clinical Psychologist, 12(3), 1-8.
- Dadds, M.R., Hawes, D., Schaefer, B. and Vaka, K. (2004). Individual differences in imagery and reports of aversions. Memory, 12(4), 462-466.