Ass. Prof Paul Rhodes

School of Psychology

Associate Professor Paul Rhodes is a clinical psychologist interested primarily in ecologies, both relational, political and between species. He currently researches post-human approaches to eco-psychology, the decolonisation of distress, activist-practice as psychotherapy and post-qualitative research methods. He is a keen botanical artist, still learning, and writes using collective auto-ethnographies, art-based methods and bricollage. He is currently also involved in an ARC Discovery Grant taking an oral history of mental health activism and critical perspectives 1960-the present.