CURRICULUM VITAE

Thomas E. Benjamin, PhD


Registered Psychologist in Australia
member of Australian Psychological Society


EDUCATION:


Ph.D (Med). (University of NSW) Schools of Psychiatry & Sociology
M. Psychol. (Sydney)
Post Graduate Diploma, Securities Institute of Australia
(Sydney Stock Exchange)
M.B.A. (Michigan State University) major: Management
B.A. (Michigan) Major: Psychology, Minor: Business Administration
Certificate IV in Workplace Training (WEA)


AFFILIATIONS:

University Associate: School of Psychology, Faculty of Science, University of NSW

Medical Consumers Association, Vice-President

UNSW Global (Unisearch Ltd)
Consultant and expert witness for Unisearch Ltd., the consulting arm of the University of NSW. My areas of specialty include assessment of neuropsychological functioning, stress, and chronic pain.

Victims Compensation Tribunal: Authorized Report Writer
The NSW Victims Compensation Tribunal engages clinical and forensic psychologists to do assessments of criminal assault claimants, predominantly stress-related.

 

Psychosurgery Review Board - Research Officer 1988-1989


Lecturer, School of Health Services Management,
Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales.
1985 to 2000


Rozelle Hospital Clinical Psychologist, Deputy and Acting in-Charge
/
Post-Graduate Field Supervisor in Clinical Psychology Masters degrees1990 - 1995
- Sydney University
- University of NSW
- University of Wollongong


Head Injuries Unit, Illawarra Area Health Service,
Clinical Psychologist (neuro), (part time); 1985-1990

Senior Project Officer, Public Accounts Committee, NSW Parliament 1991
- Report of Inquiry into Local Government Auditing, 1990.
- Report of Inquiry into Legal Services to Local Government, 1991.


Teaching Hospitals of the University of New South Wales
Clinical Psychologist - in-Charge: Allied Health
Royal South Sydney Hospital; Prince Henry Hospital; Prince of Wales Hospital -
1973 - 1985

Former NSW Institute of Technology Part-time Lecturer in Organisation Theory, Department of Computing Sciences. 1972-1975