#11 — Prof Bruce Stevens on Life of a Forensic Psychologist

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In this episode of Better Thinking, Nesh Nikolic speaks with Professor Bruce Stevens about his life in forensic psychology. The discussion ranges from treating murderers and psychopaths to schema therapy for couples.

Professor Bruce Stevens obtained his PhD at Boston University in 1987. He is Wicking Professor of Aging and Practical Theology at Charles Sturt University and was previously Associate Professor in Clinical and Forensic Psychology in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Canberra.

He has written seven books for leading publishers such as Random House, Harper Collins, PsychOz Publications, Australian Academic Press and Wiley-Blackwell.


Charles Sturt University profile
The Way We Are Wired for Intimacy (Download PDF)
Canberra Clinical & Forensic Psychology

Prof Bruce A. Stevens

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