Welcome to the Western Australian Mental Health Research Alliance (WAMHRA)

Improving mental health interventions and services to address the complex challenges of mental illness relies on collaborative efforts, integrative strategies, and the cost-effective use of existing resources.  With Western Australia at a forefront of international mental health research, the Western Australian Mental Health Research Alliance (WAMHRA) was created to support collaborative efforts towards strong research partnerships.

Seminar 2019: The role of cognitions in non-suicidal self-injury

Associate Professor Penelope Hasking – Curtin University

Thursday 24 October 2019; Edith Cowan University (more details)


What is WAMHRA?

A collaborative platform and a resource for mental health researchers.  Find out more about WAMHRA, who can join, and how to search for information you need.


If you are conducting research or have an interest in participating in research activities in Western Australia, use this form to build up your research profile.

Researcher Directory

This interactive database provides detailed information about WAMHRA members, research projects, and opportunities.

Featured Project


Trial of Two Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Protocols for Social Anxiety Disorder

Peter M McEvoy

Professor of Clinical Psychology at Curtin University
Senior Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Clinical Interventions