Dr Kerryn Rubin is the Clinical Director of Mental Health at Peninsula Health, an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Monash University, and is the immediate past Chair of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry’s Victorian Branch Committee. Kerryn has over 2 decades of experience in public and private mental health services. His areas of expertise include general adult psychiatry, psychotherapy, and Trauma work. Kerryn has clinical and academic expertise in Supported Decision Making, recovery oriented services, co-production, and Trauma Informed Care. Kerryn is a passionate advocate for reducing the use of Treatment Orders, and the reduction of restrictive interventions, whilst maintaining safe and therapeutic hospital environments. In his time as Clinical Director at PH they have built on their already advanced work in reducing restrictive interventions, and have essentially eliminated the use of seclusion in their service.