Rachel Harker

Rachel Harker is a Clinical Psychologist. She completed a Master of Psychology (Clinical) at Bond University.

Clinical Positions

Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, Clinical Psychologist

Psychologist at Headspace Camperdown


Publications

Pidgeon A., & Harker, R. (2013). Body-focused anxiety in women: Associations with internalization of the thin-ideal, dieting frequency, body mass index and media effects. Open Journal of Medical Psychology, 2, 17-24.

Harker, R., Pidgeon, A.,  Klaassen, F., & King, S. (in press). Examining Resilience and Mindfulness as Protective Factors against Burnout, Secondary Traumatic Stress, and Psychological Distress among Human Service Professionals.

Conference Presentations

Pidgeon A., & Harker, R. (2013, August). Body-focused anxiety in women: Associations with internalization of the thin-ideal, dieting frequency, body mass index and media effects. International Conference on Psychology and Applications, Beijing, China.

Pidgeon A., & Harker, R. (2014, February). Key protective and risk factors for cultivating resilience among human service professionals. Mercy Family Services, Gold Coast, Australia.

Pidgeon A., & Harker, R. (2013, August). Body-focused anxiety in women: Associations with internalization of the thin-ideal, dieting frequency, body mass index and media effects. International Soroptimist Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.

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