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DR JASON BOS

Jason received his Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) from Deakin University. He has a clinical and research background in addiction and youth mental health and has worked closely with young adults since the beginning of his career. Jason is passionate about early intervention, the prevention of mental illness and empowering individuals to understand and strengthen their mental health so that they can a live a life that is not restricted by mental illness.

As a clinical psychologist, Jason has expertise in working across most mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, eating disorders, trauma, anger, sexuality and personality and relationship difficulties. He is warm, collaborative and empathic in his approach and strives to create a space where you feel you can speak openly without fear of judgement.

In addition to working in private practice, Jason is employed by Deakin University as a Research Fellow where he focuses on addictive behaviours, mental health in elite sport and youth mental health.

Qualifications

Doctor of Psychology (Clinical)

Post Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Honours)

Bachelor of Commerce

Professional Affiliations
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists (FCCP)

Publications

A randomized controlled trial of inhibitory control training for smoking cessation and reduction.

UPPS-P impulsive personality traits and adolescent cigarette smoking: A meta-analysis.

Cognitive empathy moderates the relationship between affective empathy and wellbeing in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder.

A randomised controlled trial examining the efficacy of smoking-related response inhibition training in smokers: a study protocol.

For more information about treatments, or to book an appointment, please get in contact.