B Psych (Hons), MPHIL.
David Hardwick has worked as a psychotherapist across many health settings.
He worked for two years as a crisis telephone counsellor (2005-2007), and earlier in his career he worked in mental health nursing (1990). He has also worked as a registered nurse in areas such as oncology (1991) and midwifery (1983). He has a Bachelor of Psychology with honours (2002) and a Master of Philosophy 1 (2008).
In his academic career, David has lectured and tutored in research design and analysis in psychology and nursing. David has also worked in family mediation research 2.
David’s counselling interests include:
- life coaching
- male menopause
- oncology (cancer/chemotherapy treatment)
- men’s health
- metabolic disorders that affect neurological health
- the epigenetics of mental health
- healthy aging.
To make an appointment try Online Booking. Alternatively, you can call M1 Psychology Brisbane on (07) 3067 9129
- Hardwick, D., Cutmore, T., & Hine, T. J. (2014). How do visual attentional factors combine to produce saccades of very fast latencies? Journal of Ophthalmology, 2014, Article ID 850606, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/850606
- Morris, M., Halford, W. K., Petch, J. & Hardwick, D. (2015). Predictors of engagement in family mediation and outcomes for families that fail to engage. Family Process, 57(1), 131-147. DOI: 10.1111/famp.12270 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27874175
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