Dr Tinashe Dune is a multi-award winning Senior Lecturer in the areas of health sociology and public health and is also a provisional psychologist. At Western Sydney University Dr Dune teaches in the Interprofessional Health Science program.
Her research and teaching focuses on marginalised populations. This includes the experiences of culturally and linguistically diverse people, those living with disability, ageing populations, LGBTIQ-identifying people and Indigenous populations. Dr Dune utilises mixed-methods approaches and interdisciplinary perspectives which support multidimensional understandings of the lived experience, health outcomes and ways to improve wellbeing.
Dr Dune’s practice in psychology includes evidence-based therapy and assessment with children, adolescents, adult, couples and families with a range of psychological concerns and diagnoses. Her passion is working in a holistic framework which takes into account the whole system around and within clients. She enjoys developing individualised assessment and interventions using CBT, Schema, ACT and eclectic therapeutic approaches.
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations
- Physical Disability
- Indigenous Health
- Interprofessional Education (IPE) in Health
- Migrant Health
- Sexual and Reproductive Health and Wellbeing
- Social Determinants of Health
- Public Health
- Health Sociology
- Clinical Psychology
- Community Mental Health