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Daniel is a professionally qualified Social Worker with practice experience in the USA, Australia and Ireland. He has worked in child protection, migrant support and forensic mental health. His masters research focused on the development and pilot evaluation of a substance use treatment programme for mentally ill offenders in an Australian forensic setting. Daniel worked with forensic psychological services based in the United Kingdom to bring this programme to Australia. He worked extensively with indigenous community representatives and individuals with a lived experience of mental illness in his work to bring an acceptable and feasible programme to the forensic mental health patients of New South Wales, Australia.
Daniels research interests include:
- Mental Health
- Substance Use
- Co-Production Techniques
- Social Work responses to global challenges (coronavirus, climate change etc.)
Daniel currently teaches on the following topics
- Building and Maintaining a Professional Identity
- Interventions in Mental Health Social Work
- Working in Organisations
- Critical Skills and Contemporary Perspectives in Social Work Practice
A Substance Use Treatment Programme for Mentally Ill Forensic Patients in an Australian Setting: A Pilot Study of Feasibility, Acceptability and Preliminary EfficacyMc Fadden, D., Barrett, E. & Prior, K., 12 Jul 2020, In : International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 23 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article