Helen is a Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia. She completed her PhD at The University of Queensland and her Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Queensland University of Technology. Before coming to the University of South Australia, Helen worked as Senior Lecturer in the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy at The University of Queensland.
Dr Stallman is a specialist in the development and evaluation of interventions aimed to optimise health and wellbeing. Her focus has included suicide prevention, university health and wellbeing, parenting, and e-psychology. She developed the Coping Planning approach to suicide prevention and the Care · Collaborate · Connect suicide prevention training programs.
The quality and impact of Dr Stallman’s research has been recognised with a number of awards including UniQuest Trailblazer, the Griffith University Primary Health Care Research Evaluation & Development Writing Bursary, Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards - Service/Program category, ANZ Mental Health Services Achievement Award, The University of Queensland Faculty of Health Sciences Award for Programs that Enhance Learning and the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) Award for Best Practice/Innovation.