Dr Rhys Price-Robertson is a Workforce Development Officer in the Emerging Minds National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health. His work involves developing the capacity of professionals in the child and family welfare sector to identify, assess and support children at risk of mental health difficulties.
Rhys has published widely on topics such as mental health, fathering, family life and social theory.
Price-Robertson, R., Reupert, A., & Maybery, D. (in press). Online peer support programs for young people with a parent who has a mental illness: Service providers’ perspectives. Australian Social Work.
Duff, C. & Price-Robertson, R. (2018). Deterritorialising the psychological subject (For a ‘people to come’). Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 14, 93-110.
Price-Robertson, R. & Duff, C. (2018). Family assemblages. Social and Cultural Geography. (Epub ahead of print).
Price-Robertson, R. (2018). Diagnosis in child mental health: Exploring the benefits, risks and alternatives (CFCA Paper No. 48). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Morgan, B., Palfrey, N., Price-Robertson, R., Guy, S., & Masters, J. (2018). Introducing the National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health: Improving the lives of infants, children and families, Family Matters, 100, 51-59.
Price-Robertson, R., Manderson, L., & Duff, C. (2017). Mental ill health, recovery and the family assemblage. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry. 41(3), 407-430.
Reupert, A., Price-Robertson, R., & Maybery, D. (2017). Parenting as a focus of recovery: A systematic review of current practice. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 4(39), 1-10.
Price-Robertson, R., Baxter, J., & Mathews, S. (2017). Longitudinal associations between fathers’ mental health and the quality of their co-parenting relationships. Clinical Psychologist, 21(3), 215-226.
Price-Robertson, R., Obradovic, A., & Morgan, B. (2016). Relational recovery: Beyond individualism in the recovery approach. Advances in Mental Health, 15(2), 108-120.
Price-Robertson, R. & Duff, C. (2016). Realism, materialism and the assemblage: Thinking psychologically with Manuel DeLanda. Theory and Psychology, 26(1), 58-76.
Price-Robertson, R., Olsen, G., Francis, H., Obradovic, A., & Morgan, B. (2016). Supporting recovery in families affected by parental mental illness (CFCA Practitioner Resource). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Price-Robertson, R., Reupert, A. & Maybery, D. (2015). Fathers’ experiences of mental illness stigma: Scoping review and implications for prevention. Advances in Mental Health, 13(2), 100-112.
Price-Robertson, R. (2015). Fatherhood and mental illness: A review of key issues (CFCA Paper No. 30). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.