Richard-Wellauer (crop)Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology)

 

Member of the Australian Psychological Association (MAPS)

 

Bachelor of Science (Psychology Honors)

 

Graduate Diploma in Education

 

Experienced in cognitive assessments of children

 



Richard is skilled at encouraging people to recognize and use their personal strengths and he enjoys building relationships with others to enable them to achieve their goals. He works from a cognitive behavioral therapy framework, and has experience working with adults with problems with stress, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and worry, depression and low mood, anger issues, addiction, and cognitive problems. He also has experience in the neuropsychological assessment of children with cognitive issues and has worked at the Royal Children’s Hospital and the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in pediatric rehabilitation.


He is a clinical psychologist who focuses on working with adults, and sees clients with issues that include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety, phobias and panic
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and trauma (including ADF members)
  • Stress management
  • Mood related issues associated with neurological problems and brain injury
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Anger management


Richard is endorsed in the fields of Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology by the Psychology Board of Australia under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

Qualifications

Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology)

Bachelor of Science with Honours Class I (Psychology)

Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary School)

Bachelor of Arts (Art History, English)

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

Medicare provider number 4787452A

Publications

Hornsey, M. J., Wellauer, R., McIntyre, J. C., & Barlow, F.K. (2015). A critical test of the assumption that men prefer conformist women and women prefer nonconformist men. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41, 755-768.

Media

Marie Kondo’s tidying method and decluttering – Sydney Morning Herald

richardwellauer.com.au