Graham was a UK GP before training in Psychiatry in Australia. He has been dedicated for more than 40 years to psychiatric practice in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Clinician, teacher, supervisor, mentor, he is a researcher with more than 200 published papers, chapters and books. He is best known for his work on Suicide Prevention, and more recently on Self-injury. Latterly he has become an author of a number of books - professional works, personal stories and Haiku poetry.
Just for the record, when we were in Sydney we took the lift to the 300m top of the Sydney Eye, donned protective clothing, chained ourselves to the platform (experiencing a bizarre feeling of being a convict?), and walked around, being entertained by an exquisite commentary about the view. Beautiful day. An experience not to be missed. Mind you, the experience taxed this partially recovered paraplegic with getting into the overalls, and then having to climb up and down the stairs. The 4D 2 minute video is also an experience not to miss.