A Bit About Zach
Zach is a consultant psychologist and sessional academic based in Brisbane, Australia.
He has a bachelor's degree in Psychological Science, a master's degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Queensland, and a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Griffith University. He is a full Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Since 2012, Zach has taught psychology and counselling skills at the university level. Zach is currently a sessional academic and tutor in the Master of Psychology and Master of Counselling programs at UQ, and he lectures in the Bachelor of Counselling and Bachelor of Psychology programs at Griffith. Previously, Zach has been a member of the teaching staff at the Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre, where he taught aspiring musical theatre performers about the benefits of psychological health and wellness.
Zach's academic research has thus far been focused around two distinct areas of ePsychology - the impact of online social media on health, and the role of the internet in supporting bereaved people who are coping with significant loss. Zach has an interest in investigating the role of technology in shaping health and healthcare.
In addition to his academic work, Zach provides psychological services and psychotherapy to both children and adults as a consultant psychologist in private practice. He has previously worked as a psychologist in corrective services, secondary and tertiary education, disability and employment services, community not-for-profit organisations, and the public sector. Zach is currently seeing clients at Lilley Place Clinical Psychology in Indooroopilly, and The Long Gallery Psychologists in Moggill.