Dr. Helen Street, Adjunct Research Consultant
Dr Helen Street is currently a Senior Lecturer with the School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience of The University of Western Australia. She completed a PhD in "Social cognitive factors involved in the aetiology and maintenance of depression" in England. She studied at the University of Sheffield where she was awarded The Howard Morton Trust Scholarship for her academic achievements and proposed future research.
Dr Street remains primarily interested in the aetiology and maintenance of depression and in social cognitive factors contributing to everyday wellbeing in adults and children. Her research also addresses attitude measurement, health and illness and social intelligence amongst children.
Dr. Clare Rees, Adjunct Research Consultant
Dr Clare Rees is a Lecturer in the Clinical Psychology Masters Programme at the School of Psychology, Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. She is currently the research coordinator for the Stress Anxiety Research and Treatment (START) clinic at the Curtin Psychology Clinic, Curtin University.
Dr. Rees set up an Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Treatment Programme in 1998 whilst working as a Senior Clinical Psychologist at CCI (then known as WAIPR: WA Institute for Psychotherapy Research). Dr Rees has published widely and her research interests include the nature and treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, the nature and treatment of Panic Disorder, the application of video-conferencing to the training of mental health professionals, and the diagnosis of mental illness in older adults.
Dr. Aleksandar Janca, Adjunct Research Consultant
Dr Aleksandar Janca is currently Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Unit of Mental Health Epidemiology at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Science, University of Western Australia. He also works as Consultant Psychiatrist at Royal Perth Hospital and is Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre in Perth. He currently holds adjunct academic appointments at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, University of Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee and Webster University in Geneva, Switzerland.