Jeffrey Kelly is a clinical psychologist with over 15 years experience in public mental health and private practice. He currently works in his own private practice and as a supervisor to staff at the Victorian Aids Council. During Jeffrey’s early student placements he was introduced to CBT and Psychodynamic therapeutic approaches simultaneously which he says informed his entire approach to practicing, so have a listen to the episode to find out why!
Jeffrey completed his Master of Clinical Psychology at Latrobe University in Melbourne in 1999. He began working for the Waiora Community Mental Health Service in 2001, part of the Alfred Hospital’s Community Psychiatry Program, and stayed for 7 years. Much of his time at the Alfred was spent coordinating a Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Program with clients with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
Jeff has extensive experience as both a clinician and supervisor and brings a wealth of advice and tips for early career psychologists. So let’s see how we all wear it differently with Jeffrey Kelly.
Visit the website for show notes and Jeffrey’s best self care tip!
William Wainwright is a Forensic Psychologist with over twelve years experience working in both Australia and the United Kingdom in a variety of fields involving the assessment and treatment of forensic clients and their victims. He currently works with the wellbeing team for Victoria police.
I think most of us are attracted to the field of psychology because we want to help people right? But what about helping those people that many think don’t deserve help? Or even worse think are beyond help? Listen to this episode to hear what drives William to work with one of our fields most challenging and complex populations.
William completed his Masters of Psychology in Sussex England in 1999, and a Masters of Criminology (Forensic) at Melbourne University in 2004.
William worked for six years as a psychologist then Senior Psychologist and Supervisor with ‘Corrections Victoria Sex Offenders Program‘ focussing primarily on assessing and treating sexual and violent offenders within the prison system.
He has worked as a Consultant Forensic Psychologist in a number of areas including:
More recently he spent four years at the Disability Forensic Assessment and Treatment Centre working with intellectually disabled sexual and violent offenders.
Visit the website to check out all the links that William spoke about and his best self-care tip for early career psychologists.