Dr Pete Kelly
- Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology): University of Wollongong (2007)
- Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology: University of Wollongong (1999)
- Bachelor of Science (Psychology And Human Movement): University of Wollongong (1998)
- Mental health & substance abuse treatment (e.g. CBT)
- Integration of evidence based approaches into routine care
- Outcome evaluation & benchmarking
- Clinical service delivery in Non-government Organisations (NGOs)
Refereed Journal Articles
Kelly, P.J. and Deane, F.P. (2009). Systematic Therapeutic Homework to Support Recovery From Severe Mental Illness. Psychiatric Services (Frontline Report), 60, 2.
Kelly, P.J. and Deane, F.P. (2009). Do therapeutic homework assignments address areas of need of individuals with severe mental illness? Community Mental Health Journal (available online 1.7.09).
Kelly, P.J. and Deane, F.P. (2009). The relationship between therapeutic homework and clinical outcomes for individuals with severe mental illness. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, 968 – 975.
Mason, S., Deane, F. P., Kelly, P. & Crowe, T. (2009). Do spiritual and religious practices help in the management of cravings in substance abuse treatment? Substance Use and Misuse, 44. 1926 – 1940.
Kelly, P., Deane, F. P., King, R., Kazantzis, N., & Crowe, T. (2007). A taxonomy for homework used by mental health case managers when working with individuals with severe and persistent mental disability. Community Mental Health Journal, 43, 565 – 581.
Kelly, P., Deane, F. P., Kazantzis, N., & Crowe, T. (2007). Case managers’ attitudes toward the use of homework for people diagnosed with persistent and recurring psychiatric disability. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 51, 34 – 43.
Kelly, P. J., Deane, F. P., Kazantzis, N., Crowe, T. P., & Oades, L. (2006). Use of homework by mental health case managers in the rehabilitation of persistent and recurring psychiatric disability. Journal of Mental Health, 15, 95-101.
Heaven, P.C.L., Fitzpatrick, J., Craig, F.L., Kelly, P.J., & Sebar, G. (2000) Five personality factors and sex: Preliminary findings. Personality and Individual Differences 28 (6), pp. 1133-1141.
Non-refereed Journal ArticlesKelly, P.J. (2008). Working with substance misuse problems in private practice. InPsych, 30, 14 – 15.
Membership of Societies and Professional Bodies
- Member, Australian College of Clinical Psychologists (2008)
- Registration with NSW Psychologists Registration Board (2002)
Awards and Prizes
- Winner of the Outstanding Research Student Award 2007 – School of Psychology, University of Wollongong.
- Winner of the best short poster presentation at the 2006 Joint Conference of the APS and the NZPsS. Auckland, New Zealand.
- Highly commended award at the 2005 University of Wollongong Trailblazer - innovation and early research awards.
- Winner of the best poster presentation at the 2002 Annual Conference of the Illawarra Institute for Mental Health. Wollongong, Australia.
- Recipient of a National Health Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Postgraduate Scholarship to commence a PhD(Clinical Psychology).