Lillian is in her fourth year of a combined PhD / Masters in Clinical Psychology degree at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). She is a registered psychologist, and has had experience in providing assessment and treatment of different psychological disorders. She completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at UNSW in 2013, and investigated how emotions may enhance or disrupt our perception. Under the supervision of Associate Professor Angela Nickerson, Lillian’s current PhD research focuses on the processes that underlie the mental health of refugees and asylum seekers, such as individual perceptions and ways of coping. She is currently running the Coping with Stress study at RTRP, which aims to understand how refugees and asylum seekers cope with difficult situations.
CURRENT PROJECTS: Coping with Stress Study