Dr Lyndal Hickey is a Research Fellow in the Department of Social Work at the University of Melbourne. She is an Associate Researcher with the Australian Centre for Health, Independence, Economic Participation and Value Enhanced Care for adolescents and adults with cerebral palsy (CP - Achieve) at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
Lyndal's research is focused on supportive psychosocial interventions for families caring for a person with a disability or health condition. She has a broad range of professional experience in social work and family therapy clinical practice and leadership, service development, academic teaching, practice-based research, project management and policy development.
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Family Forward: a social work clinical trial promoting family adaptation following paediat..
Family Forward: A Social Work Clinical Trial Promoting Family Adaptation Following Paediat..
Family Forward: Promoting Family Adaptation Following Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury
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Post-disaster social work research: A scoping review of the evidence for practice
Louise Harms, Jennifer Boddy, Lyndal Hickey, Kathryn Hay, Melinda Alexander, Lynne Briggs, Lesley Cooper, Margaret Alston, Patricia Fronek, Amanda Howard, Carole Adamson, Tricia Hazeleger
Journal article | 2020 | International Social Work
The aim of this study was to understand the extent, range and nature of social work research activity after natural disasters and ..
What is known about the characteristics of community dwelling older persons who have multiple notifications of elder abuse, the persons of concern who perpetuate abuse and the context in which elder abuse recurs?
Esther Foong, Lynette Joubert, Lyndal Hickey
Conference Proceedings | 2019 | Shaping the Future: Promoting human rights and social perspectives in health and mental health
BACKGROUND/AIM: Given the growing aging population and existing research on the prevalence and impact of elder abuse on older peop..
Research Fellow - Trauma Recovery & Resilience
International Network of Social Work in Acquired Brain Injury
Australian Association of Social Workers
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Master of Clinical Family Therapy
La Trobe University
Bachelor of Social Work
University of Melbourne
Diploma of Teaching