Our Previous Projects

 

The Refugee Adjustment Study

The Refugee Adjustment Study is an Australia-wide study, which aims to examine the potential role of resettlement factors on refugee adjustment over time. We also hope to understand the possible mechanisms through which resettlement might affect psychological wellbeing.     Find Out More...

The Experiences of Refugees Study

The Experiences of Refugees Study aims to understand how refugee experiences affect beliefs and emotions. Find Out More...

The Coping with Stress Study

The Coping With Stress Study aims to understand how individuals from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds cope in difficult situations. Find Out More...

'Tell Your Story': The STRIDE Project

'Tell Your Story' is an innovative online program designed specifically for refugee men. Users can read and hear advice from other refugee men about what they found useful when dealing with stress. The program contains twelve online chapters with videos and information about stress. The program is available in Arabic, Farsi and Tamil.  You can access the program privately, on your phone or a computer at times that suit you.  Find Out More...

The Refugee Neuroimaging Study

The refugee neuroimaging project aims to build an understanding of the brain processes that underpin some of the key traumatic stress reactions experienced by refugees. These include difficulties processing emotions, managing stress, relating to others and dealing with loss and separation. This project is being conducted in collaboration with STARTTS to inform the development of new tools and strategies for supporting the recovery of refugees.    Find Out More...