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Vanessa Edwige, Joanna Alexi, Belle Selkirk, Pat Dudgeon

Vanessa Edwige is a Ngarabal woman, a registered psychologist, the chair of the Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association and a director on the board of the Aboriginal wellbeing and mental health leadership body Gayaa Dhuwi (Proud Spirit) Australia. Dr Joanna Alexi is a research associate at the University of Western Australia’s School of Indigenous Studies and Poche Centre for Indigenous Health. Belle Selkirk is a research fellow at the University of Western Australia’s School of Indigenous Studies and Poche Centre for Indigenous Health. Patricia Dudgeon is a professor at the University of Western Australia’s School of Indigenous Studies and Poche Centre for Indigenous Health.
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First Nations psychologists are decolonising the health system one yarn at a time.

Australia needs to decolonise its mental health system and empower more Indigenous psychologists.
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