Evelyn in the News
- Siobhan Jones - In the cactus podcast
- Teen's cyberbullying plea - Channel 7
- Bullying Exposed - Wake Up, Channel 10
- Parents Provoking Bullies - The Morning Show, Channel 7
- The Sister Act - The Weekend Australian Magazine
- Fight or flight: how to beat the bully - The Australian Financial Review
- The lesson from DJs: don't just blame individuals - The Age
- Bully Blocking Blog - Sunday Night, Channel 7
- Employers have failed to help victims of workplace bullying - The Age
- Confronting School Bullying - The Age
- Teachers can be Bullied at Work - The Age
- Brodie's Law Campaign
- Brodie's Law - Tips to take a stand against bullying
- Bullying law picks up pace - ABC News
- Be bullied no more - ABC News
- Surgery for bully victim - The Age
- Bullied kids being home-schooled - Today Tonight, Channel 7
- Casey Haynes Interview - A Current Affair, Channel 9
- Bullying a major workplace issue - Today Tonight, Channel 7
- Much more than the battered bottom line - National Safety Magazine (This story is reproduced with the permission of the National Safety Council of Australia. You are prohibited from extracting and/or copying the images from the pdf and prohibited from reusing the images. The author's byline must be included. All requests from any party for copies of the story must be referred to the editor of National Safety magazine.)
- Evelyn M. Field is interviewed regularly by the media.
- She is a media spokesperson for the Australian Psychological Society.
- Evelyn has undergone professional media training; refer to her DVD.
- She presents regularly with Channel 7 and all other media.
- Evelyn believes that media psychologists raise the profile of psychology and provide the public with simple, sound, psychological advice.
- The media can contact her on 0408 006 003.
- She will recommend an alternative specialist psychologist when appropriate.
Liz Kefford, Reporter-Producer, Today Tonight:
"I have interviewed Evelyn a number of times; not only is she extremely experienced in her field, but very media-friendly insofar as she is able to explain simply and succinctly rather complex issues, from a psychological point of view ie explain why people behave the way they do in certain situations, whether it be schoolyard bullying, stealing, or assault or any other form of lawlessness.
Evelyn is also extremely accommodating to our requests for interviews... the nature of this job means we often ring her and ask for a comment that day or that morning... as she is committed to balancing stories with explanations of extreme behaviour... that is, to make herself available so our stories are 'balanced'... as well, she is extremely positive and friendly and researchers, producers and journalists alike from this office enjoy her company immensely."