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Frank Deane
Frank Deane
Professor of Psychology, University of Wollongong
Verified email at uow.edu.au
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Young people’s help-seeking for mental health problems
D Rickwood, FP Deane, CJ Wilson, J Ciarrochi
Australian e-journal for the Advancement of Mental health 4 (3), 218-251, 2005
18362005
Emotional intelligence moderates the relationship between stress and mental health
J Ciarrochi, FP Deane, S Anderson
Personality and individual differences 32 (2), 197-209, 2002
15212002
When and how do young people seek professional help for mental health problems?
DJ Rickwood, FP Deane, CJ Wilson
Medical journal of Australia 187 (S7), S35-S39, 2007
13112007
Measuring help seeking intentions: properties of the general help seeking questionnaire
CJ Wilson, FP Deane, JV Ciarrochi, D Rickwood
8102005
Homework assignments in cognitive and behavioral therapy: A meta-analysis.
N Kazantzis, FP Deane, KR Ronan
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 7 (2), 189, 2000
6462000
Gatekeeper training as a preventative intervention for suicide: a systematic review
M Isaac, B Elias, LY Katz, SL Belik, FP Deane, MW Enns, J Sareen, ...
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 54 (4), 260-268, 2009
5202009
Suicidal ideation and help‐negation: Not just hopelessness or prior help
FP Deane, CJ Wilson, J Ciarrochi
Journal of clinical psychology 57 (7), 901-914, 2001
3452001
Impact of attitudes and suicidal ideation on adolescents' intentions to seek professional psychological help
PA Carlton, FP Deane
Journal of Adolescence 23 (1), 35-45, 2000
3432000
Treatment fearfulness and distress as predictors of professional psychological help-seeking
FP Deane, K Chamberlain
British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 22 (2), 207-217, 1994
3141994
Adolescent opinions about reducing help-seeking barriers and increasing appropriate help engagement
CJ Wilson, FP Deane
Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation 12 (4), 345-364, 2001
3092001
Attitudes and intentions to seek professional psychological help for personal problems or suicidal thinking
FP Deane, DM Todd
Journal of college student psychotherapy 10 (4), 45-59, 1996
2851996
Emotional competence and willingness to seek help from professional and nonprofessional sources
JV Ciarrochi, FP Deane
British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 29 (2), 233-246, 2001
2802001
Factors influencing mental-health help-seeking in Arabic-speaking communities in Sydney, Australia
J Youssef, FP Deane
Mental Health, Religion & Culture 9 (1), 43-66, 2006
2352006
Adolescents who need help the most are the least likely to seek it: The relationship between low emotional competence and low intention to seek help
J Ciarrochi, FP Deane, CJ Wilson, D Rickwood
British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 30 (2), 173-188, 2002
2312002
Development of the levels of emotional awareness scale for children (LEAS‐C)
J Bajgar, J Ciarrochi, R Lane, FP Deane
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 23 (4), 569-586, 2005
2262005
Relations between social and emotional competence and mental health: A construct validation study
J Ciarrochi, G Scott, FP Deane, PCL Heaven
Personality and Individual Differences 35 (8), 1947-1963, 2003
2262003
Do difficulties with emotions inhibit help-seeking in adolescence? The role of age and emotional competence in predicting help-seeking intentions
J Ciarrochi, CJ Wilson, FP Deane, D Rickwood
Counselling Psychology Quarterly 16 (2), 103-120, 2003
2232003
Help-negation and suicidal ideation: the role of depression, anxiety and hopelessness
CJ Wilson, FP Deane
Journal of youth and adolescence 39 (3), 291-305, 2010
2012010
Collaborative recovery: An integrativemodel for working with individuals who experience chronic and recurring mental illness
L Oades, F Deane, T Crowe, W Gordon Lambert, D Kavanagh, C Lloyd
Australasian Psychiatry 13 (3), 279-284, 2005
1932005
Assessing compliance with homework assignments: Review and recommendations for clinical practice
N Kazantzis, FP Deane, KR Ronan
Journal of clinical psychology 60 (6), 627-641, 2004
1912004
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