Ronald Chau

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Faculty Advisors: David Sbarra & Jeff Greenberg

Ronald Chau

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Faculty Advisors: David Sbarra & Jeff Greenberg

Prior to graduate school, I worked in public policy at the Australian Department of the Treasury and Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Research Interests: 

My research interests lie at the intersection of existential, clinical, and positive psychology. I am broadly interested in how people cope with and potentially grow from adverse life experiences. I am particularly interested in how death-related thought and experiences promote meaning making and personal growth. My research is currently focused on the development and testing of existential psychotherapeutic interventions. 

Selected Publications:

 

Courses Taught: 

  • PSY 352 - Introduction to Personality Psychology (2021)
  • PSY 360 - Social Psychology (2022)
  • PSY 368 - Psychology of Terrorism (2020)

Updated: 09/13/22

Degrees

  • B.A. (Honours), University of Melbourne
  • B.A. & B.Ec., University of Western Australia
  • M.A., University of Arizona
  • Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Australian National University
Ph.D. Students Clinical
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