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Andrew Frost

Adjunct Senior Lecturer-650412
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences
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About Me

Andrew has been working, teaching, and researching in offender rehabilitation since 1993. At CQU he is a member of the Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research, where he also has responsibility for leading a team providing post-professional studies in this sector. Here he led the development of the Graduate Certificate Program in Men’s Behaviour Change, launched in 2017. Andrew was Director of Te Awatea Violence Research Centre at the University of Canterbury, from 2006, where he also taught in social work and human services. At Kia Marama, a prison-based rehabilitation programme for sexual offenders, he was involved in the provision and supervision of group therapy, and the establishment of a forensic therapeutic community. In addition to domestic and family violence, these areas remain central to his research interests. Along with his teaching and research, Andrew remains involved in supervision, training, credentialing, and consultation.

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Research Interests
Psychology And Cognitive Sciences

Psychology - Forensic Psychology

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