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Dr Rebekah Doley   MAPS, MCC, MFC

BA(Hons), Grad Dip App Psy, MSc (Inv Psy), MPsych (Clin), PhD,

Dr Rebekah Doley
Associate Professor
Faculty of Society and Design
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia


Title
Associate Professor

Department
Faculty of Society and Design

Telephone
Office Telephone Number
Within Australia:
From overseas:

7 559 51344
+61 7 559 51344
Closest Fax Number
Within Australia:
From overseas:

7 559 52540
+61 7 559 52540
Location
Building Level: 3
Building: 1a. Faculty of Society and Design
Location: Bond University
Professional Biography
I am a clinical and forensic psychologist with teaching and research expertise in specific areas relating to criminal behaviour analysis, mental health, wellbeing, trauma and dispute resolution. My initial training was in Organisational Psychology and my early background was in human resource management. As a practitioner, 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 serving personnel mental health. For the first decade of my career, in addition to management consulting, I assisted injured workers to return to work under State and Federal workers 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 firesetting. In 2016 I completed a law degree to ensure I could provide additional insights and a deeper level of impact in my research. I currently conduct a successful private practice providing a range of clinical psychology services and forensic reports. I am best known for my commitment to ensuring my students develop real world, practical, analytical skills; and focus on conducting research with outcomes and benefits which address pressing community issues.
Qualifications
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - Flinders University
Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology - University of South Australia
Master of Science (Investigative Psychology) - University of Liverpool, UK
Master of Psychology (Clinical) - Flinders University
Doctor of Philosophy - Flinders University
Professional admission & memberships

Member APS

Member College of Forensic Psychologists

Member College of Clinical Psychologists

Member ANZAPPL