Next to Kate's clinical work she also regularly carries out research and presents her findings at International Conferences. Her current areas of interests are the effects of self compassion practices on anxiety and depression.
Article in Context - the magazine for family therapy and systemic practice in the UK No. 147, October 2016, "Mindful family therapy in a medicalised setting". Please read: Uncorrected proof.
Mindful Self Compassion teacher training completed
49th Australian Psychological Society Conference, Hobart
Professional Practice Forum (Paper #111)
Releasing our professional power: Australian psychologists embracing society's challenges to refugee/asylum seeker trauma
In this forum, Kate explored with her long time friend and co-researcher, Lynne Baker, the experience of Australian psychologists in relation to the knowledge that asylum seekers in Australia are experience trauma and mental health challenges as a result of governmental policies. How can we take our power?
Fictions from a Medicalised Family Therapy Practice
In this article Kate explores the effects of the DSM on the practices of a narrative therapist.
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy
Special Issue: DSM-5 and Family Therapy
Volume 34, Issue 2, pages 104—113, June 2013
In this installation and subsequent book, Kate explores the practice of active forgiveness.
Please look: http://au.blurb.com/books/3275892-forgiving-relics
Voluntary gratitude: Forty days of Painting
In this book, Kate explored the effects of a daily gratitude practice.
Spaces: Within and Without. Mixed Media Installation. Arts Based Educational Research Conference, University of Bristol.
In this installation Kate explored the effects of working with a client with life threatening anorexia on the psychotherapist using auto ethnography.