Practice Spotlight – Larissa Siliézar: Privileged to be a disability practitioner

October 26, 2020
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Chatting with Larissa Siliézar, you immediately get a sense of just how privileged she feels she is to be a disability practitioner. As the Manager of Student Equity and Wellbeing at James Cook University, Larissa’s role comprises the counselling, wellbeing, accessibility and chaplaincy services at the institution. Prior to jumping into this role in 2014, Larissa spent eight years working in international student support, providing pastoral care to newly arrived and settling-in students. The equity space attracted her because of its diversity. Read more about Larissa. . .
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