Tasmanian based Dr Trevor Crowe is a registered psychologist, psychotherapist and certified addictions counsellor with over 25 years clinical experience. Trevor’s clinical approach is integrative. He continues to teach mindful meditation and Gestalt psychotherapy.
While Trevor’s clinical interests and experiences are broad, he has a specific clinical interest in relational approaches to working with trauma recovery, regardless of cause and manifestation (e.g. somatic, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, interpersonal distress, self-harm etc).
He previously held a senior lecturer position with the School of Psychology at The University of Wollongong, where he was Director of the Master of Professional Psychology course and Deputy Director of clinical training programmes.
He previously co-coordinated several research projects covering a range of topics including family recovery, coaching in mental health and substance abuse recovery settings, trauma recovery, sports and mental health and clinical supervision.
Trevor has developed several programmes to support recovery and psychological growth including for families, people with mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders, and clinicians and supervisors.