Pamela Nathan is a forensic and clinical psychologist and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice in Melbourne.
She is also Director of CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program.
Pamela has worked in community mental health services, hospital inpatient units, prisons, forensic facilities and courts.
She co-wrote several publications with kwemenje Dick Lechleitner Japanangka: ‘A Home Away From Home’, ‘Health Business’ and ‘Settle Down Country’. Pamela has also written papers on the NT Intervention and CASSE’s work.
She worked as a sociologist with Aboriginal Health Services, and has been working with the people of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress for over thirty years.
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