B.A. (Psych) Grad. Dip. (Psych), M.A. (Psych) MAPS (F)
A full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), a full member of the APS College of Forensic Psychologists. Ryan is a provider of Psychology services with Medicare, TAC and WorkCover.
Ryan has been a registered psychologist since the year 2000 and completed his undergraduate and post-graduate training at the RMIT University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Graduate Diploma (Psychology) and a Masters of Applied Psychology (Psychology and Intellectual Disabilities)
Ryan has well established skills working with children, adolescents and adults using a range of therapeutic approaches. . He actively engages in regular peer consultation and participates in ongoing professional development to keep abreast of the latest therapeutic techniques.
Prior Workplaces and Experiences
Ryan has presented nationally and internationally at conferences. Has also delivered workshops to a variety of professionals, law enforcement agencies and organisations. Ryan has experience working for the Department of Justice, Child Protection, The Australian Crime Commission and Department of Education and continues to provide treatment in Forensic Psychology.. He has also published journal articles and book chapters in the field of Forensic Psychology.
Ryan has also worked at the Victorian College for the Deaf as the school psychologist supporting students, parents and teachers. He has worked closely with a number of organisations including the Victorian Deaf Education Institute, Vic Deaf Society, Deaf Children Australia, ABLE Deaf/Blind, Australia, Queensland Deaf Society (QDS) and the Deaf Association of New Zealand. He has published works on Interpreting for Indigenous Deaf Clients in Forensic Settings.
Ryan is passionate and committed to the provision of high quality evidence based psychological services to the community. He enjoys working with clients who are interested and motivated to lead a more fulfilled and meaningful life. Ryan is also passionate about human rights in mental health and clients’ rights to an accessible and equitable health and justice system.