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Dr Leander Mitchell

Name Leander Mitchell
Position Lecturer (Psychology)
Section School of Psychology and Counselling
Office B355
Location Ipswich Campus
Phone +61 7 3812 6154
Extension 6154
Email
Qualifications BSc USQ , BSc(Hons) USQ , DPsych Qld

Research interests
Geropsychology

Professional memberships
Endorsed Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Neuropsychologist

Industry affiliations
Member of the Australian Psychological Society

Currently teaching courses/programs
PSY8040 Individual Assessment
PSY3050 Counselling Psychology
PSY5140 Comprehensive Psychological Assessment
PSY3110 Clinical Health Psychology
PSY3010 Assessment of Behaviour



Publications in ePrints

Dissanayaka, Nadeeka N. W. and Pye, Deidre and Mitchell, Leander K. and Byrne, Gerard J. and O’Sullivan, John D. and Marsh, Rodney and Pachana, Nancy A. (2017) Cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety in Parkinson’s Disease: outcomes for patients and caregivers. Clinical Gerontologist, 40 (3). pp. 159-171. ISSN 0731-7115

Mitchell, Leander K. (2017) Contextual Adult Life Span Theory for Adapting Psychotherapy (CALTAP) and clinical geropsychology. In: Encyclopedia of geropsychology. Springer, Singapore, pp. 602-608. ISBN 9789812870810

Davison, Tanya E. and Koder, Deborah and Helmes, Edward and Doyle, Colleen and Bhar, Sunil and Mitchell, Leander and Hunter, Carol and Knight, Bob and Pachana, Nancy (2016) Brief on the role of psychologists in residential and home care services for older adults. Australian Psychologist. pp. 1-9. ISSN 0005-0067

Stargatt, Jennifer and Bhar, Sunil S. and Davison, Tanya E. and Pachana, Nancy A. and Mitchell, Leander and Koder, Deborah and Hunter, Carol and Doyle, Colleen and Wells, Yvonne and Helmes, Edward (2016) The availability of psychological services for aged care residents in australia: a survey of facility staff. Australian Psychologist. ISSN 0005-0067

Gardiner, Paul A. and Byrne, Gerard J. and Mitchell, Leander K. and Pachana, Nancy A. (2015) Financial capacity in older adults: a growing concern for clinicians. Medical Journal of Australia, 202 (2). pp. 82-86. ISSN 0025-729X

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