Master of Psychology (Clinical)/PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne

Monika Raniti is a final year Master of Psychology (Clinical)/PhD candidate in the ADAPT (Affective Development and Psychopathology Team) and Sleep Research laboratories at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD research is investigating whether a cognitive-behavioural therapy and mindfulness-based group sleep improvement intervention can prevent depression in adolescents who experience problems with sleep and anxiety (The SENSE Study).

Monika's primary areas of interest include the development of sleep and other health interventions for the prevention and early intervention of mental disorders, particularly during adolescence, the perinatal period, and in individuals with chronic pain and fatigue. She is also interested in the role of educational institutions and primary health care services in the implementation and dissemination of these interventions.

Monika holds provisional registration with the Psychology Board of Australia, and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and Sleep Research Society.

Experience

  • 2013–present
    MPsych (Clinical)/PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne

Education

  • 2011 
    University of Melbourne , Bachelor of Arts - Psychology/Linguistics (Hons. Psych)