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BiographyIngrid Wagner, PhD is an associate professor in the School of Public Health and Social Work, Queensland University of Technology. She holds a Clinical Academic Fellowship which partners the School of Public Health and Social Work with the Child and Youth Mental Health Services, Child Health Queensland, Health and Hospital Services in a project to disseminate empirically tested family based treatments for children and youth. The Fellowship extends the work she undertook as Director of Social Work, Child and Youth Mental Health Services, Royal Children's Hospital and Health Services, Queensland Health from 2001 to 2010. During this period she initiated a program to support and sustain family systems practice in the service, established an eating disorders clinic providing Family Based Therapy for Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa, and was awarded a Creswick Foundation grant to support the initiation of a clinic to provide Attachment Based Family Therapy for Adolescent Depression.
- Bachelor of Social Work, University of Queensland
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland
- Master of Public Health, University of Queensland
- Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland
- Wagner, I. Munt, G and Briner, P. (2006) Introducing Evidence-Based Family Assessment and Therapy in Child and Youth Mental Health Services: Applying Systemic Principles to Maintain, Sustain and Build Capacity. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, Vol 27 Number 4 pp.187-198.
- Harden, S. Stathis, S and Wagner, I. (2005) Redevelopment of a consultation-liaison service at a tertiary paediatric hospital. Australasian Psychiatry Vol 13 Number 2 pp.169-172.
- Wagner, I. Stathis, S. Harden, S and Crimmins, J. (2005) Models and Patterns of service in child and youth consultation-liaison services. Australasian Psychiatry Vol 13 No 3 pp.273 -278.
- Shaw, K. Wagner, I. Eastwood, H and Mitchell, G. (2003) A qualitative study of Australian GP's attitudes and practices in the diagnosis and management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Family Pracitce Vol 20 Number 2 pp.129-134.
- Shaw, K. Mitchell, G. Wagner, I and Eastwood, H. (2002) Attitudes and practices of general practitioners in the diagnosis and management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Paediatric Child Health 38, pp. 481-486.
child and youth mental health, eating disorders, family based treatment, clinical social work, adolescent anorexia nervosa
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD (University of Queensland)
- Master of Publc Health (University of Queensland)
Professional memberships and associations
- Accredited Member, Australian Association of Social Workers
- Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, Australian Association of Social Workers
- Foundation Fellow, Australian College of Social Work
- Member of the Eating Disorders Advisory Group Queensland
She supervises social work students undertaking placement at QUT Health Clinics Interdisciplinary Eating Disorders Clinic which she established in 2013.
2008 Creswick Foundation Fellowship
2007 Established FBT Clinic for Child and Youth Mental Health Services, CHS, QHealth.
2014 Train the Trainer Training ABFT, Centre for Family Intervention Science, Drexel University Philadelphia.
2014 Facilitation of ABFT Training and Group Supervision with Suzanne Levy, PhD
2013 FBT Training with Daniel Le Grange, PhD
2013 Current supervision with Daniel Le Grange
2009- 2010 ABFT Training and Supervision with Guy Diamond, PhD and Suzanne Levy, PhD.
- Lonne R, Brown G, Wagner I, Gillespie K, (2015) Victoria's Child FIRST and IFS differential response system: Progress and issues, Child Abuse and Neglect, 39 () p41
- Brough M, Wagner I, Farrell L, (2013) Review of Australian health related social work research 1990-2009, Australian Social Work, 66 (4) p528
- Lonne R, Brough M, Crane P, Wagner I, King J, Duthie D, Vidler R, (2011) Goori Men's Recovery Centre Evaluation Report, p