BSc (Auckland University), Diploma Applied Psychology (Flinders University), MClin. Psych. (University of Queensland), PhD (University of Canberra)
Karl started his working career as a Registered Nurse working in Germany, New Zealand and Australian hospital systems. Since 1985 Karl has been working as a psychologist in forensic, organisational, and clinical settings as both coordinator/manager and clinical service provider. Karl has gained numerous managerial and clinical experiences from working in different professional employment settings. He worked in both public and privately managed prisons in NSW and Queensland, and worked for both the Victorian Health Services and Queensland Health as Clinical Psychologist, and as a Mental Health Services Coordinator with the Murrumbidgee General Practice Network (MGPN).
Currently Karl is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer and previously worked full time as a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the Charles Sturt Wagga Wagga campus.
Karl also remains engaged in his clinical work by providing a part-time weekday after hours and Saturday morning's psychological service to the community of Wagga Wagga.
Karl teaches one 4th year core subject and coordinates the Clinical Masters Dissertation subjects:
Karl's interests in research focuses on individual and group behavioural changes in both clinical and organisational contexts including;
He prefers quantitative methods, or mixed methods research designs, which combine quantitative and qualitative approaches.
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