Dr Gemma Sharp appears on ABC Melbourne Radio to discuss her research on body image and cosmetic surgery

 
Our NHMRC Early Career Fellow and Clinical Psychologist, Dr Gemma Sharp, was interviewed on ABC Melbourne’s Life 2:0 program on 4th November 2019. Dr Sharp spoke about her latest research on the influences of social media on body image concerns and cosmetic surgery requests....

Anxiety, stress and motherhood — how Ali Fairbairn managed as things 'started shutting down' -

 

Professor Jayashri Kulkarni of the Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre said the mental health issues women experience remain largely hidden.

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Dr Gemma Sharp appears on ABC’s Catalyst Program to discuss her research on cosmetic genital surgery

Our NHMRC Early Career Fellow and Clinical Psychologist, Dr Gemma Sharp, was a featured expert on ABC’s flagship science program, Catalyst, on 22nd October 2019. Dr Sharp...

Why does my older sister, aged 13, not want to play LEGO with me anymore and stays in her room the whole day? – Beth, age 10, Australia.

The full article featuring Prof Jayashri Kulkarni is in "The Conversation" 

I am sorry to hear your 13-year-old sister does not want to play LEGO with you anymore and stays in her room all day. This must make you feel sad and maybe a bit rejected....

How Hormones Impact Mental Health

Prof Kulkarni says the roles that the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone play in a woman’s reproductive health are well known, but it’s less commonly known that they also impact mental health. “The point to make, is that even though we tend to think of these hormones as...

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