Publications: Aboriginal

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Wright, M., N. Crisp, E. Newnham, H. Flavell, and A. Lin. 2020.

“Addressing mental health in Aboriginal young people in Australia.”

The Lancet Psychiatry 7 (10): 826- 827.

McGough, S., D. Wynaden, and M. Wright. 2018.

“Experience of providing cultural safety in mental health to Aboriginal patients: A grounded theory study.”

International Journal Of Mental Health Nursing 27 (1): 204-213.

Wright, M., T. Culbong, N. Crisp, B. Biedermann, and A. Lin 2019.

“If you don’t speak from the heart, the young mob aren’t going to listen at all”:

An invitation for youth mental health services to engage in new ways of working.”

Scrine, C., B. Farrant, C. Michie, C. Shepherd, and M. Wright. 2020.

“Implementing genuine participatory action research with Aboriginal Elders: The Ngulluk Koolunga Ngulluk Koort project.”

Action Research

Scrine, C., B. Farrant, C. Michie, C. Shepherd, and M. Wright. 2020.

“Raising strong, solid Koolunga: Values and beliefs about early child development among Perth’s Aboriginal community.”

Children Australia 45 (1): 40-47.

Wright, M., and D. Bessarab. 2019.

“The relevance and purpose of social work in Aboriginal Australia – post – or decolonization.”

In The Routledge Handbook of Postcolonial Social Work Kleibl, T., R. Lutz, N. Noyoo, B. Bunk, A. Dittmann, and B. Seepamore., 218-232 United Kingdom: Routledge.