Bridget Bassilios (BSc, GradDip, DPsych) is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Mental Health and an independently practising clinical and health psychologist. She has worked in mental health across various settings including research, evaluation, secondary consultation and direct service provision.
She has worked on a number of evaluations of large-scale, national mental health programs, such as, the evaluation of the Access to Allied Psychological Services program. She has also been involved in projects such as developing a service model for people who frequently contact Lifeline; a literature review to inform the development of a new suicide prevention plan for Tasmania; and a small pilot project evaluating a suite of three suicide prevention and suicide bereavement mobile applications.
Currently, she co-ordinates the Part A component of the Primary Health Network Mental Health Reform Lead Site Project evaluation (blogs.unimelb.edu.au/phn-lead-site-project/).