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Registrations:

Psychologists Board of Western AustraliaFull Registration
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation AgencyFull Registration

Memberships:

Australian Psychological Society (APS)Full Member
APS Division of General Psychological PracticeFull Member
Dyslexia-SPELD FoundationFull Member
Centre for Mental Health ResearchFull Member
Learning & Attention Disorders SocietyFull Member
Anxiety Disorders SocietyFull Member
Australian Society of HypnosisFull Member

Panel Appointments:

Assessment, Review and Moderation Panel – Psychology
(Curriculum Council 2005-2007)

Academic Qualifications:

1996-1999:Completed Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology
Thesis Title: “The Influence of Self-Control, Gender, Age, and Socio-economic Status on the Prevalence and Comorbidity of Child and Adolescent Disorders.”
1995:Completed Bachelor of Education with First Class Honours
Thesis Title: “Gender and Age Specific Patterns of Risk Taking Behaviour Among Young Children and Adolescents.”
1994:Completed Diploma in Education
(major – School Psychology, minor – Vocational Education)
1993:Completed Bachelor of Psychology degree
(double major – Psychology and Human Movement)
1992:Completed Bachelor of Science degree
(double major – Psychology and Human Movement)

Post Graduate Awards:

Excellence in Postgraduate Studies in Education Award (2000)
Australian College of Education
Dr Langsford’s PhD thesis was judged as the best piece of postgraduate research (i.e. includes all Honours, Masters and PhD research) conducted in Education at the four universities in Western Australia.

Individual Research Grant (1999)
University of Western Australia
To assist with costs associated with a research project investigating the clustering of child and adolescent disorders.

National Research Prize (1998)
The Australian *for the Study of Intellectual Disability
Dr Langsford was a co-author of an article judged to be “the most innovative contribution by an Australian author which resulted in positive life changes for people with an intellectual disability”.

Beatrice Silk Postgraduate Scholarship (1997)
The Beatrice Silk Foundation
To assist with travel costs associated with a program of research at international tertiary institutions (Columbia University, New York; State University of New York; the University of London).

Postgraduate Travel Grant (1997)
University of Western Australia
To assist with travel costs associated with a program of research at international tertiary institutions (Columbia University, New York; State University of New York; the University of London).

Australian Postgraduate Award (1996)
Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education & Training
To assist with the period of three years study required for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology studying the prevalence and comorbidity of child and adolescent disorders.

Past Related Employment

Education Department of Western Australia
Position: School Psychologist – Fremantle District Office
Term: 2 years

University of Western Australia
Position: Lecturer and Tutor (To Masters Level)
Term: 3 years

West Coast College of TAFE
Position: Lecturer (Certificate II and IV)

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