Dr Christine Grové (PhD, MAPS, FCEDP)

Christine is an Educational and Developmental Psychologist, Fellow of the College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists and a board approved supervisor. She is the current treasurer of the College of Educational and Developmental Psychology Victoria Branch.

Christine works collaboratively with health care professionals, teachers, parents and young people to support the individual and unique needs of youth. Her research interests lie in engaging the young person’s perspective and experience. Her work explores the sociology of psychology in education.

As a psychologist she has worked in schools, hospitals and in private practice in various supporting roles with young people and their families. Alongside clinical practice she lecturers in inclusive education and psychology and supervises research students within this area.

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Publications

1. Bale, J., Grove, C., & Costello, S. (2020). Building a mental health literacy model and verbal scale for children: results of a Delphi study. Children and Youth Services Review, 109, [104667]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2019.104667
2. Grove, C., & Laletas, S. (2020). Promoting student wellbeing and mental health through social and emotional learning. In L. J. Graham (Ed.), Inclusive Education for the 21st Century: Theory, Policy and Practice (1st ed., pp. 317-335). Crows Nest NSW Australia: Allen & Unwin..
3. Grove, C. (2020). Using social networking sites in research: an emerging approach to engaging with young people who have a parent with a mental illness and/or substance abuse disorder. In J. Nicholson, G. de Girolamo, & B. Schrank (Eds.), Parents with Mental and/or Substance Use Disorders and their Children (1st ed., pp. 198-205). Frontiers Media.

1. Grové, C. (2019). Using social networking sites in research: an emerging approach to engaging with young people who have a parent with a mental illness and/or substance abuse disorder. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10, [281].
2. Riebschleger, J., Costello, S., Cavanaugh, D. L., & Grové, C. (2019). Mental health literacy of youth that have a family member with a mental illness: outcomes from a new program and scale. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10, [2]
1. Jones Arango, E., Costello, S., & Grové, C.(2018). A Scoping Review of Different Ways of Thinking in Children. Behavioral Sciences, 8(12), 115. MDPI AG. Retrieved from
3. Grové, C. (2018). Childhood specific phobia: Fear of zips. In N. J. Pelling, & L. J. Burton (Eds.), The Elements of Psychological Case Report Writing in Australia (pp. 153-158). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
5. Riebschleger, J., Grové, C. Costello, S., & Cavanaugh,. D. (2018). Mental health literacy for children with a parent with a mental illness. Journal of Parent and Family Mental Health, 3(1), 1-3. DOI: 10.7191/parentandfamily.1006
2. Bale, J., Grové, C., & Costello, S. (2018). A Literature Review of Child-Focused Mental Health Literacy Attributes and Scales. Journal of Mental Health & Prevention, , 12, 26-35.
4. Teuma, R., & Grové, C. (2018). Multiple comorbidities: Grief, loss, explosive anger, and withdrawal. In N. J. Pelling, & L. J. Burton (Eds.), The Elements of Psychological Case Report Writing in Australia (pp. 229-234). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
1. Grové, C., & Reupert, A. E. (2017). Moving the field forward: Developing online interventions for children of parents with a mental illness. Children and Youth Services Review, 82, 354-358. DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.10.003
3. Riebschleger, J., Grové, C., Cavanaugh, D., & Costello, S. (2017). Mental Health Literacy Content for Children of Parents with a Mental Illness: A Thematic Analysis of a Literature Review.Brain Sciences, 7(11), 1-19. DOI: 10.3390/brainsci7110141
2. Grové, C., Riebschleger, J., Bosch, A., Cavanaugh, D., & van der Ende., C. P. (2017). Expert views of children’s knowledge needs regarding parental mental illness. Children and Youth Services Review, 79, 249-255. DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.06.02610
4. Grové, C., & Hardwick, C. (2017). Elimination disorders. In N. Pelling, & L. Burton (Eds.), Abnormal psychology in context: The Australian and New Zealand handbook(1 ed., pp. 189-201). Cambridge University Press.
1. Grové, C., Reupert, A., & Maybery, D. (2016). The perspectives of young people of parents with a mental illness regarding preferred interventions and supports. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25(10), 3056-3065. DOI: 10.1007/s10826-016-0468-8.
2. van Doesum, K. T. M., Riebschleger, J., Carroll, J., Grové, C., Lauritzen, C., Murdoch, E., & Skerfving, A. (2016). Successful recruitment strategies for prevention programs targeting children of parents with mental health challenges: an international study. Child and Youth Services, 37(2), 156-174. DOI: 10.1080/0145935X.2016.1104075
 1. Grové, C., Reupert, A., & Maybery, D. (2015). Gaining knowledge about parental mental illness: how does it empower children? Child and Family Social Work, 20(4), 377 – 386. DOI: 10.1111/cfs.12086
3. Grové, C., Melrose, H., Reupert, A., & Maybery, D., & Morgan, B. (2015). When your parent has a mental illness: children’s experiences of a psycho-educational intervention. Advances in Mental Health, 13(2), 127 – 138. DOI: 10.1080/18387357.2015.1063637
2.Grové, C., Reupert, A., & Maybery, D. (2015). Peer connections as an intervention with children of families where a parent has a mental illness: moving towards an understanding of the processes of change. Children and Youth Services Review, 48, 177 – 185.DOI:10.1016/j.childyouth.2014.12.014