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Sue Roffey

An alumnus of the Institute of Education, Sue Roffey has been a teacher, educational psychologist and academic.  She is currently Associate Professor at the University of Western Sydney (adjunct), founder of Wellbeing Australia and director of Growing Great Schools.

She lives between Sydney and London and is an international speaker and consultant on issues related to school and student wellbeing.  Sue is a prolific author having written many books, chapters and articles on emotional, social and behavioural issues in school.

Current projects include the Aboriginal Girls Circle for NAPCAN and Wellbeing Stories with the RSA.


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