Professor of Psychological Sciences, School of Psychological Sciences, Australian College of Applied Psychology and Honorary Assoc Prof with the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
Lynne Harris is a psychologist and academic. Lynne has been employed at the Australian College of Applied Psychology since 2010 and prior to that was with the University of Sydney for about 18 years.
Lynne is the author of more than 70 book chapters, reports and journal articles about psychology, health and education. Her research includes studies focused on depression, anxiety (specific phobia, social phobia, and obsessive compulsive disorder), work stress and responses to serious medical diagnoses.
Psychologist, University of Sydney Anxiety Disorders Clinic; Dr Lynne Harris Clinical Psychologist
Professor, School of Psychological Sciences, Australian College of Applied Psychology
Associate professor, School of Psychological Sciences, Australian College of Applied Psychology
Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
University of New South Wales, MPsychol(Clinical)Hons
University of New South Wales, PhD (Psychology)
University of New South Wales, BSc(Psych)Hons
Mindfulness, explicit and implicit alcohol expectancies in alcohol dependent and non-alcohol dependent adults, International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction
The Barriers to Seeking Treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in an Australian Population, Behaviour Change
Self-focused Attention and Social Anxiety, Australian Journal of Psychology