Dr Lisa Beatty is a Research Fellow and Clinical Psychologist at the School of Psychology, Flinders University; and the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer, in Adelaide, South Australia. She has 10 years of research and clinical experience in providing psychological therapy for individuals affected by cancer, particularly the development and evaluation of accessible psychological interventions. Her PhD dissertation focused on the development and evaluation of print self-help workbooks for women with breast cancer, while her current research evaluates an internet-based self-help coping program for patients. Lisa also has substantial clinical experience in providing individual and group psychological therapy, using cognitive behaviour therapy as a primary therapeutic framework. She has a number of publications in the area of adjustment to cancer.
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