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Dr Helen Stallman is an award-winning Clinical Psychologist who specialises in supporting the health and wellbeing of Australians using evidence-based psychological treatments.

Healthcare that meets the needs of each individual can change lives.

Dr Helen Stallman

About Helen

Helen has more than two decades of experience as a Clinical Psychologist and an academic training students in clinical psychology and providing professional development activities to health professionals. She was previously Professor of Suicide Prevention at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

Helen has more than 78 peer-review academic publications, six book/book chapters, and 10 clinical psychology programs/resources. She is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (#PSY0000946574), endorsed in clinical psychology, and is an approved Psychology Board of Australia Supervisor.

Helen created the Health Theory of Coping and led the development, evaluation, and dissemination of psychological interventions to

Helen’s Interests


Family & Friends

Hiking, playing cards and chatting over meals.


Capturing interesting moments of every day life in images.

Puppy Raiser

Guide Dogs QLD

Raising gorgeous Zari as part of her journey to becoming a Guide Dog.

Honours & Awards

2019Healthy Development Adelaide Women’s Excellence in Research Award
2019Accepted into CSIRO ON Prime national innovation program for Care Collaborate Connect
2014University of South Australia Early Career Researcher Networking Award
2013International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) Joint award for Award for Best Practice/Innovation for thedesk
2012The University of Queensland Faculty of Health Sciences Award for Programs that Enhance Learning for The Learning Thermometer.
2011Silver in the Australia and New Zealand Mental Health Service Achievement Award Joint Award for On Track Joint award for OnTrack: Supporting your journey to health and wellbeing, OnTrack: Supporting your journey to health and wellbeing,
Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards – Service/Program category Joint award for OnTrack: Supporting your journey to health and wellbeing,
2008Griffith University Primary Health Care Research Evaluation & Development Writing Bursary
2008UniQuest Trailblazer Winner (Family Transitions Triple P)
2007UniQuest Trailblazer Competition finalist (Family Transitions Triple P)