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Kelsey Harrigan

Kelsey Bowaniya Harrigan is Kujen (Kowanyama)/ Kuku Yalanji (Wujal)/ Thyloi Wada (Hopevale). She lives in Mareeba and is in Year 12, boarding at Concordia Lutheran College. Sport is her passion—netball and running, in particular. She likes to travel, go to the beach, fish, swim, camp out in the bush, go to rodeos, listen to music and spend time with family and friends.

Kelsey was one of the 14 students from Concordia Lutheran College who wrote the book ‘Two ways strong’, which was published by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and launched at the Brisbane Writers’ Festival in 2017.

Session Information

IT'S NOT SIMPLY BLACK OR WHITE - THE COMPLEXITIES OF MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES FOR ABORIGINAL PEOPLE.

Supported by Darling Downs and West Moreton Primary Health Network, Dr Maree Toombs speaks with Dr Herbert Wharton, Kelsey Harrigan and Stan Dryden.