Associate Professor Roger Cook
- Faculty of Health, Arts & Design
- School of Health Sciences
- Department of Psychological Sciences
- ATC1026 Hawthorn campus
Roger is an Associate Professor in Psychology and also Director of the Psychology Clinic. He is also a registered psychologist, family therapist and a State Approved Infertility Counsellor. Roger's recent research has been about the psychological effects on men of their infertility. He has other research interests in family formation and functioning including the use of surrogacy; men and masculinities; systemic counselling processes and the dimensions of in-law relationships. He is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society, past President of the Fertility Society of Australia and of the Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors' Association and has had a long association with the administration of the APS College of Counselling Psychologists.
Clinical Psychology; Counseling Psychology; Family Psychology
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
PhD topics and outlines
Infertility and family formation
Men and friendships
Fields of Research
- Public Health And Health Services - 111700
- 2013, National, Award of Distinction, APS College of Counselling Psychologists
Also published as: Cook, Roger; Cook, R.; Cook, R
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- 2017-06-06: Anger management in Women - Good Health
- 2008-12-16: Most New Year pledges dont last month - Courier Mail
- 2008-08-03: Surrogate sister must be sterilised - Herald Sun