Julian Dooley, Ph.D.
Training & Education Manager
800-841-4774 ext. 224
Dr. Dooley is responsible for the training and education division at psi. Dr. Dooley conducts school evaluations as well as develops and implements school-based intervention and prevention programs. Prior to relocating to the US, he lived in Perth, Australia and was the Associate Director at the Sellenger Centre for Research in Law, Justice and Social Change and Head of the Social Wellbeing and Technology (SWaT) at Edith Cowan University. He completed his PhD in psychology at the University of Melbourne where he investigated the impact of traumatic brain injury on aggressive and violent behaviors.
Dr. Dooley has won several awards including the Edith Cowan University Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career Researcher. He was part of a team that was recently awarded a patent for a novel approach to measuring social cognitive abilities. Dr. Dooley authored a comprehensive review of cyber-safety risks for the Australian Government, which informed the Government’s cyber-safety plan, and he was called to testify at a Parliamentary Hearing on the topic of safe technology use.
Dr. Dooley has more than 70 invited and peer-reviewed lectures and has been a member of numerous national and international boards and committees including the Advisory Council of the National Centre Against Bullying and the National Coalition on Children’s Resilience and Mental Health.