Bruce Watt PhD, is a Forensic and Clinical Psychologist specialising in psychological assessments - medico legal, mental health disorders, cognitive functioning, educational and learning, offender risk assessments, juvenile offenders, and family functioning.
Dr Watt has full registration as a psychologist (AHPRA), is member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), member of the College of Forensic Psychologists (APS), member of the College of Clinical Psychologists (APS), and a member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
Dr Watt obtained his PhD in psychology from University of New South Wales (2007), Master of Psychology (Forensic) from Edith Cowan University (1996), and Bachelor of Arts (honours) Psychology from Edith Cowan University (1994). Having practiced as a psychologist for 15 years, Dr Watt has expertise working in forensic mental health services, and assessment and interventions for adults, adolescents and children.
As an Assistant Professor in Psychology, Bond University, Dr Watt lectures in Advanced Psychological Assessment, Principles of Psychological Assessment, and Forensic Psychopathology. Dr Watt provides supervision for psychologists provisionally registered and psychologists with full registration. He has conducted and published research regarding the development and refinement of psychological tests, assessment and intervention with offenders, and enhancing mental health services for antisocial children and young people.
Dr Watt has delivered professional presentations at national and international conferences, and provided professional training regarding violence and sexual risk assessment and management, juvenile offenders, forensic mental health services, and working with families in mental health services.
Dr Watt's CV is available http://works.bepress.com/bruce_watt/