Dr Every is a social psychologist who specializes in disaster and extreme weather research with vulnerable groups. Her current research considers the role of hope in environmental activism, psychological preparedness for disasters, and the impacts of bushfires on communities.
She is a Senior Lecturer in the Master of Applied Positive Psychology.
Charles Sturt University
University of Adelaide
University of Adelaide
University of South Australia
Central Queensland University
Qualitative Research Methods
Critical, Cultural Social Psychology
Reynolds, A., Every, D., Keen-Dyer, H., Trigg, J., Dyer, M., Miller-Rose, P. (2018) Community and agency perspectives on community mental/emotional disaster risk and preparedness. CQUniversity Appleton Institute, ISBN 1-921047-64-0
Every, D. (2017). Building a resilience-focused bushfire safety education framework: A scoping and feasibility study. South Australian Country Fire Service.
Hanson-Easey, S., Every, D., Tehan, B., Richardson, J. & Krakowiczer, A. (2017). Climate change, housing and homelessness: Report on the homelessness and climate change forum. NCCARF Vulnerable Communities Network: Melbourne
Every, D. & Richardson, J. (2017). Building the disaster resilience of the homeless community. Australian Red Cross. http://www.redcross.org.au/files/Building_the_disaster_resilience_of_the_homeless.pdf
Every, D. (2016). Homelessness and Severe Storms and Floods: A case study of June 2016 East Coast Low. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC.
Every, D., Reynolds, A., Clarkson, L., Bearman, C., Matthews, R., Haigh, L. & Dawson, D. (2016) Community Experiences of the Sampson Flat Bushfire. SA CFS.
Every, D. (2015). Disaster risk education, community connection and emergency information for people experiencing homelessness. Victorian State Emergency Services.
Thompson, K., Every, D., Cornell, V., Rainbird, S., Thompson, B. and Trigg, J. (2014). Animal Attachment and Disaster Resilience in Vulnerable Communities in Australia: A Literature Review. Report prepared for World Society for the Protection of Animals
Lejukole, J., Rainbird, S., Blewett, V., Every, D., Clarkson, L. (2012). Pathways to employment for South and North Sudanese communities resettled in South Australia: Implications for policy, programs and research.
Every, D., Augoustinos, M., Ranzijn, R., Guerin, B., Hanson-Easey, S., (2012) Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission Inquiry into a National Anti-racism Strategy. http://itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au/consultations.html
Every, D., Rainbird, S., Procter, N. Sebben, B., Thompson, K. (2012) Social impacts of the Inverbrackie Alternative Place of Detention on the local community. Department of Immigration and Citizenship. http://www.immi.gov.au/media/publications/research/_pdf/social-impacts-of-inverbrackie-alternative-place-of-detention-on-woodside-and-surrounds.pdf
Every, D. (2010) Gambling in CALD and non-CALD media in Australia. Report for Gambling Research, Australia.
Every, D. and Blewett, V. (2011). Mapping the future research agenda on the psychosocial working environment and musculoskeletal disorders. Report for Safework South Australia.
Porter, E. Mundkur, A. & Every, D. (2010), ‘Final Report: Women, Peace and Security’ in AusAID Partner Countries: Analysis of the Impact of UN Resolution 1325’, Gender Coordination Unit, AusAID.
I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:
At the level of Associate Supervisor
Psychology - Social and Community Psychology