Fiona Hall

Upon graduating as a psychologist Fiona worked as a counsellor in educational, community and hospital settings in rural, remote and metropolitan locations in Australia. Following this she worked as a clinical psychologist and researcher providing mental health services for more than a decade and completing post-graduate studies in clinical hypnotherapy, acute care in the community and clinical psychology. The last ten years in the workforce have been committed to progressing the National allied health workforce and mental health reform agendas through the management of Statewide projects and programs. Fiona lives with her family in Cairns, North Queensland and works for the Allied Health Professions Office of Queensland, Health Service and Clinical Innovation Division, where she manages statewide strategic workforce planning and policy development activities and provides leadership to allied health professionals in the Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service of Queensland Health