Beth Wrigley is a Registered Nurse holding a Masters of Indigenous Studies (Trauma & Healing) and has worked in the Health and Human Services sectors for many years. She currently lectures and tutors in the Nursing Faculty at Southern Cross University (SCU) in a variety of areas including Indigenous Health. Prior to this Beth was a Lecturer/Facilitator for Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples at SCU in the Masters and Undergraduate Degree Programs.
Previous work experience includes: acute care nursing settings, service co-ordination and provision for People with Disabilities, Community Aged Care, Out of Home Care, mentoring adolescents with complex needs, program development and implementation in diversional and recreational therapies.
With a focus on Healing Circle, Cultural Safety and Trauma-Informed care, Beth is engaged in community development work.
Proud of her heritage with the Darug people of the Sydney area and also her Scottish heritage, Beth lives on Gumbaynggirr Country.