Representation Area:Latrobe Valley
Organisations involved in:Monash University
Professor Darryl Maybery works in the Monash University Department of Rural Health (UDRH). For 15 years he was a mental health clinician and psychologist in the areas of drug and alcohol counselling, prison psychology and employee assistance. He commenced his academic career in 1999 at La Trobe University in Wodonga after completing his PhD in the stress and wellbeing field from James Cook University. After a further five years teaching statistics and research methods, mostly to distance education students at Charles Sturt University (Wagga Wagga), he commenced as the Mental Health Academic at MUDRIH in Gippsland in 2009.
He is currently the Director of Monash University Department of Rural Health, and Professor Rural Mental Health in the School of Rural Health.arch projects involving rural, urban and international collaborations. A focal research area, in collaboration is in relation to vulnerable families and in particular those affected by parental mental illness.
He has over 80 publications and multiple research projects involving rural, urban and international collaborations. A focal research area, with multiple Australian and International collaborators is in relation to vulnerable families and in particular those affected by parental mental illness. The aim of this work is to stop the cycle of mental illness in families.
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