Dr Julie Morsillo is an endorsed Community and Counselling Psychologist, member of Australian Psychological Society (APS) and been a researcher with APS. Julie co-ordinates and lecturers in the counselling degree program and the Master of Community Counselling program at Eastern. She used to lecture in community development at Victoria University. She has worked in private practice, and has been the counselling co-ordinator at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, worked for Victorian Equal Opportunity Commission, and Premier and Cabinet, and been a cottage parent and foster parent. She has had leadership roles in churches for many decades, loves playing piano, gardening and bush walking with her husband, sons and grand-daughter. She writes children’s book and has begun writing a text book: ‘Finding hope in our redemptive stories’.
Social action with youth: A beginning to empowerment and well-being. In E. Martin & J. Booth (Eds.), Courageous Research (pp. 99-113). Melbourne: Common Ground Publishing and Victoria University. 2003
Social action with youth: Creating a sense of community, PhD Thesis, Vic Uni. 2006. https://vuir.vu.edu.au/601/2/morsillo_thesis.pdf
Appreciative inquiry with youth to create meaningful community projects. The
Australian Community Psychologist, 19, pp.47;61. 2007
Social action with youth: Interventions, evaluation and psychopolitical validity. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, pp.725;740. 2007
“Appreciative inquiry with migrant youth for meaningful community pro jects.” Book chapter in M. F. Hindsworth and T. B. Lang (Eds). Community Participation and Empowerment. Nova Publishers. 2009
Holding hope for youth, Youth Mental Health Seminars, CTP, October 2021
Creating a shared vision, Thriving Leadership Workshops, CTP, October 2021
Narrative Therapy Training, Garden of Life Counselling, Cambodia, April 2019
Tree of Life Training, Holocaust Survivors Counselling, Prague Synagogue, Nov, 2019
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