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  • Chris Allan is a clinical psychologist and Director of the Psychology Clinic at the University of Wollongong. He has a strong interest in both cognitive and psychodynamic therapies and an ongoing fascination in the interaction of technology and psychology. His interests are varied and include martial arts, playing guitar, cooking, chess, clothes, poetry and computer gaming. He is married with two children two dogs and a budgie.

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annette

Thanks for the nice link - I have found the most fantastic discoveries by wandering through blogrolls (including your own) and I love the surprise of coming across a new link and a like minded colleague.

I often wonder how Freud came to that conclusion about the Irish lol...

psychoa

I've found moving from blogroll to blogroll much more interesting and fruitful than Googling or searching Technorati. I found you through Pschyoanalysis Arena (I don't remember what brought me to them) where I found through Working Through (who seems to have stopped blogging, sadly) through whom I found Annette (who well deserves your kudos) who pointed me to....and so on.

Ryan - Psychology Today

Another fellow blogger here. I was surfing around and found your excellent blog - it's also very similar to mine. Pleased to meet you!

Verlin Miller

A therapist and recent blogger found your site by investing this last hour between sessions in google searches.... By now I have page of sites I plan revisit later.
I was wanting to know what other therapist write on blogs given the ethics constraints.

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You will definitely want to read the lawyer's bio to see how many years they have been working in criminal law.

UnmotheredChild

You are welcome to have a look at my blog too :)

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