Dr. Anthea Krieg
Anthea is a medical practitioner who has worked for many years with Aboriginal communities around Australia. She has extensive experience in mental health services, including acute psychiatry and community clinical services, trauma and abuse, narrative therapy, alcohol and other drugs, cognitive impairment, prisoner health and public health. She has a particular clinical and research interest in Aboriginal incarceration, having worked as a clinician within the prisons in South Australia, and as past Clinical Director of the SA Prison Health Service. She has advocated strongly for, and piloted, community-based programs for Aboriginal people impacted by the justice system. Currently, Anthea is working with InComPro Aboriginal Services on a Complex Needs Project on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands in the remote north west of South Australia.