Grief, loss and bereavement
LGBTIQA+ health and wellbeing
Dr Lefteris Patlamazoglou is a counselling psychologist and lecturer in psychology and counselling at Monash University. In his work, he adopts the framework of intersectionality, whereby individuals' multiple identities intersect to create novel experiences of mental health and illness while operating as both protective and risk factors.
As a psychologist, Lefteris has worked extensively with clients with issues relating to migration, grief, trauma and LGBTIQ identities. He's also worked with clients with a variety of mental health issues, court-ordered parents and their children, and individuals and couples pursuing artificial reproductive treatment. He has a particular research interest in the wellbeing, grief and belonging of marginalised populations, especially LGBTIQ children and adults, and migrant populations.
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Countering COVID with the kids
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