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About Rebekah Doley

Qualifications
Master of Jurisprudence (Law), Bond University, 2016
PhD / Master of Psychology (Clinical), Flinders University, 2007                
Master of Science (Investigative Psychology), University of Liverpool, UK, 1996
Graduate Diploma in Psychological Practice, University of South Australia, 1994
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Flinders University, 1989

My initial training was in Organisational Psychology and my early background is human resource management where I gained experience in recruitment, selection, training, personnel development, and project management. I have provided on-call critical incident stress debriefing following trauma for correctional staff and emergency services personnel, as well as worked for the Australian Defence Force providing psychology services and advice to command concerning mental health issues relevant to serving personnel.
For the first decade of my career, in addition to management consulting, I assisted injured workers to return to work under State and Federal worker's compensation schemes (vocational rehabilitation). Subsequently, I moved into the area of Clinical Psychology and, later, into Forensic Psychology, training in criminal behaviour analysis (profiling) and specialising in the psychology of deliberate fire setting. I currently conduct a successful private practice in Northern NSW, providing a range of forensic clinical psychology services, working with individuals.

Positions

Present Associate Professor - Clinical & Forensic Psychologist, Bond University
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Contact Information

School of Psychology, Faculty of Society and Design
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia
Phone: +61 7 559 51344

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