Team Member

Dr Clive Jones

Specialties:

Applied Counselling Psychology in the treatment of severe clinical caseloads, Sports Psychology, Education (Training Psychologists & Counsellors focusing on the development of professional expertise)

Affiliations:

MAPS (CCP, CSP)

Role:

Course Developer

Qualifications:

Dipt, DipCouns, BEd, MEd, GradDipPsych, PhD(psych)

Bio:

Dr Clive Jones currently holds the position of Assistant Professor at Bond University. Graduating with a PhD in Psychology from the University of Southern Queensland in 1999, Clive holds undergraduate and post graduate degrees in psychology and education.

 

Dr Jones combines academic responsibilities with comprehensive practice experience as a psychologist through his academic writing, course developing, subject coordinating, lecturing and practice/supervision activities. He has taught a range of undergraduate and postgraduate subjects in psychology and counselling through Griffith University School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University School of Education & Professional Studies, Bond University Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, Bond University Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine and The Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors School of Counselling.

 

He is a registered psychologist who has convened subjects and lectured in the areas of abnormal psychology, counselling psychology, cross cultural psychology, developmental psychology, educational counselling, educational psychology, personality and individual difference, psychology of high performance sport, psychology of sport and exercise, social psychology, communication, leadership & negotiation, the psychology of injury & rehabilitation and teaching to difference.

 

He has also served on numerous higher education teaching committees in the development of undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs with the key responsibility of incorporating relevant areas of psychology into the disciplines of counselling, physiotherapy, management and high performance sport. He is currently involved in the development of a new undergraduate psychology degree. Clive also served 10 years as executive director and principal supervisor of a consortium of NGO Mental Health Services whereby he maintained his own clinical caseload while supervising a team of psychologists, counsellors and social workers.

 

He remains a preferred sport psychology provider with the Queensland Academy of Sport with a particular focus on dealing with pertinent mental health issues within the athletic community and is a member of; the Australian Psychological Society (APS), the APS College of Counselling Psychologists, the APS College of Sport Psychologists and is a board member of the Australian Counselling Association.

 

Qualifications:

 

Doctorate of Philosophy (psychology) – The University of Southern Queensland
Graduate Diploma of Psychology – The University of Southern Queensland
Master of Education – The University of New England
Bachelor of Education – The University of Newcastle
Diploma of Teaching – The Australian College of Physical Education
Diploma of Professional Counselling – The Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors
Diploma of Life Coaching – The Life Coaching Institute of Australia

 

Registrations & Memberships:

 

The Australian Psychological Society (APS)
APS College of Counselling Psychologists
APS College of Sport Psychologists
APS Coaching Psychology Interest Group
Psychologists Board of Queensland
Psychologists Board of the Northern Territory
Preferred Sport Psychology Provider (QAS)
Dissociation Australia
Australian Counselling Association – Board Member
Queensland College of Teachers

 

Dr James Rogers

Specialties:

Clinical counseling, substance use disorders, mental health

Affiliations:

California School of Professional Psychology

Role:

Video Presenter

Qualifications:

Ph.D.(Clin.Psych.)

Content:

Bio:

Dr James Rogers is a bilingual/bicultural Latino who received a Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. Most of his clinical experience has been working with individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. Dr. Rogers been trained by Drs. Kenneth Minkoff and Christie Cline in the Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care model for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders which utilizes an integrated approach when working with people with co-occurring disorders.

 

Dr Rogers is also a member of the 2004 Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and completed the three-day Motivational Interviewing Training New Trainers course led by Drs. William Miller (co-creator of Motivational Interviewing) and Theresa Moyers. 

 

Dr Jeffrey Po

Specialties:

Psychotherapy, Buddhist Psychology, Psychosynthesis

Affiliations:

Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Singapore)

Role:

Video Presenter

Qualifications:

Content:

Bio:

 

Jeffrey Po is a psychotherapist in private practice. He is also a trainer and an educator. Having acquired vast experience in the teaching of Buddhist studies, Buddhist psychology and lecturing in various private educational institutions in Singapore on topics related to counselling and psychology, Jeffrey has designed a method of psychotherapy combining Psychosynthesis and Buddhist Psychology which he calls "Psychosynthetic-Buddhism". He has successfully employed this technique in his treatment of psychological issues of adolescents in high risk, the elderly and prison inmates.

Currently Jeffrey is also the President of the Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Singapore) for the term of office 2012 - 2014.

 

Dr John Barletta

Specialties:

Keynote Speaker, Executive Coaching, Corporate Consulting

Affiliations:

MAPS, MCCP, MANZAPPL

Role:

Video Presenter

Qualifications:

DipT (QUT), BEd (ACU), GradDipCouns (QUT), MEdSt (UQ), PhD (Ohio)

Content:

Bio:

 

Dr John Barletta is a Counselling, Consulting and Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Grange, Brisbane. For 30 years he has enjoyed helping individuals and organisations  deal with a range of psychological issues. John, a graduate of Queensland University of Technology, Australian Catholic University, University of Queensland and Ohio University, is responsible for over 200 contributions to publications and conferences in counselling, psychology, health and education.
 
John was previously Senior Lecturer, Course Coordinator and Clinical Practicum Supervisor in the School of Psychology at Australian Catholic University where he was on staff for over a decade (www.johnbarletta.com). 

Dr John Barletta is a Counselling, Consulting and Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Grange, Brisbane. For 30 years he has enjoyed helping individuals and organisations  deal with a range of psychological issues. John, a graduate of Queensland University of Technology, Australian Catholic University, University of Queensland and Ohio University, is responsible for over 200 contributions to publications and conferences in counselling, psychology, health and education. 

 

John was previously Senior Lecturer, Course Coordinator and Clinical Practicum Supervisor in the School of Psychology at Australian Catholic University where he was on staff for over a decade (www.johnbarletta.com).

 

John has co-edited a unique book, The Home Therapist, which is a practical guide to 130 psychological issues. It’s a self-help manual and educational resource, featuring expert opinion from experienced professionals. A must-have on the bookshelf, it provides a wealth of information and helpful tips that are used for self-care, as an addition to therapy, or to support others. It is also used by practitioners for continuing development, and recommended to patients to enhance treatment and recovery.

 

(Book available from: www.australianacademicpress.com.au

 

Dr Justin Coulson

Specialties:

Parenting, Positive Psychology, Speaking, Mentoring

Affiliations:

University of Melbourne, Positive Psychology Institute

Role:

Video Presenter

Qualifications:

Ph.D.

Content:

Bio:

Dr Justin Coulson is one of Australia's most respected parenting speakers, authors, and researchers. Obsessed with what makes relationships flourish, Justin has spoken to tens of thousands of people about relationships in leadership, education, and especially in family life.

 

Justin is the author of two best-selling books: 21 Days to a Happier Family, and 9 Ways to a Resilient Child, as well as numerous empirical book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles. He is an Honorary Fellow at the Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education, and a Senior Associate at the Positive Psychology Institute. Justin has worked with The Commonwealth Bank, American Express, the Office of the Children's E-safety Commissioner, The Federal Government’s Department of Social Services, Life Education, and dozens, if not hundreds, of schools.

 

Most importantly, Justin is an expert in wrestling (his) children, reading Dr Suess, sliding down steep hills on cardboard boxes, and teaching his children to ride bikes. He and his wife Kylie are the parents of six children and live in Brisbane.

 

For more on Dr Coulson, visit www.justincoulson.com

 

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