Stacey Page

Stacey Page
University of Adelaide · School of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy; Program, Medicine in the area of Psychology
PhD Candidate, Researcher in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, School of Psychology.

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Introduction
PhD Candidate at The University of Adelaide School of Psychology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. Research based on hairdressers providing informal care to their clientele via social support. Client disclosures, emotional labour, job satisfaction, burn out. Support and training for hair and beauty workers to respond appropriately to client disclosures and refer on to appropriate resources. Qualified hairdresser and make-up artist, adding an insider's perspective to this research area.
Education
March 2018 - December 2019
University of Adelaide
Field of study
  • Psychology, Health and Medical Sciences

Publications

Publications (2)
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Research summary of hairdresser-client interactions, client disclosures, emotional labour and the need for systematic training required in the hair and beauty industry.
Article
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Hairdressing is one of the few non‐health professional occupations where workers physically interact with clients, who are often comfortable in confiding private information to them. Despite this, relatively little is known about how hairdressers understand and experience this role as informal confidants. This study aimed to address this using an i...

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Projects (2)
Project
Train hairdressers to respond to client disclosures in a safe ethical way, to reduce the risk of emotional burn out while supporting clients.