Robyn Martin commenced Social Work practice in 1990. Since that time, she has practised, taught and researched in trauma, violence, abuse, homelessness and critical mental health. Robyn is particularly interested in creating the conditions for the meaningful involvement of service users and their supporters in service delivery, research and teaching. She has co-led university-based projects which bring lived experience educators into the academy and in turn, influencing future health and human service graduates to value lived experience. Robyn is a critical social work academic and her research and teaching is informed by post-structuralist, feminist and intersectional theories and concepts.
- Dorozenko, K.,Martin, R.,Gillieatt, S.,Milbourn, B. (2019). (In Press) �Learning to re-create your life�: an evaluation of a residential mental health recovery program In: Advances in Mental Health, , 1 - 14
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