Glenn is a provisionally registered psychologist with the Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Psychology Board of Australia. He is an associate member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and member of the APS College of Forensic Psychologists.
Glenn has completed a Graduate Diploma of Psychology and Master of Professional Psychology. Glenn has also completed Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) training with his best buddy Corey the Border Collie, and begun training in Equine Assisted Therapy (EAP), having completed his course in Equine Studies and Horsemanship Essentials for Essentials for Equine Assisted Practitioners.
Glenn’s psychology training has included work in forensic settings with adult male offenders, in the disability sector, and in private practice specialising in personality disorders. These valuable early career experiences contribute to Glenn’s ability to work with clients who present with challenging and high risk behaviours. His therapeutic approach is practical and person-centred, underpinned by evidence formed decision making. Glenn provides a safe, validating, and non-judgmental space for his clients to explore change, develop self-awareness, and to reach their therapy and life goals.
Raising children with diagnosed Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder, has given Glenn personal insight into the challenges and celebrations experienced by people living with these disorders in a neuro-typical world. Through his close connection with animals, Glenn has seen how the presence of animals positively influenced behaviour in his own family. This understanding led to Glenn incorporating AAT into his clinical practice to positively influence the cognitive, emotional and social wellbeing of his client.