Dr Kate Hall is a clinical psychologist and senior lecturer in addiction and mental health at Deakin University. Her research focuses on the role of emotion dysregulation as a transdiagnostic treatment target for vulnerable young people with complex mental health and substance use issues. She leads the treatment steam at the Deakin Centre for Drug, Alcohol and Addiction Research (CEDAAR).
Dr Angela Simpson is a health psychologist and research fellow who has experience working as an evaluator, researcher and clinician in the drug and alcohol field. Her clinical research has examined the treatment of co-existing borderline personality disorder and substance use disorder, the translation of motivational interviewing into drug treatment settings, and the use of evidence-based treatments within the area of addiction and mental health. Angela co-developed ERIC and leads the competency based training model.
Elise Sloan is a research fellow and clinical psychologist working on the ERIC team as both a researcher and coach. Elise has completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology which examined the role of emotion regulation as a transdiagnostic construct across mental health and substance use disorders in vulnerable young people.