Dr Stephen MallochStephen is a coach, counsellor, psychotherapist, educator and academic. He has practiced and taught meditation for over 20 years. As an academic, he is currently working at Sydney University researching the ways psychotherapists and their clients talk and make meaning with each other, especially the role of empathy. At Western Sydney University and the University of Edinburgh he has undertaken psychology research into music and mother-infant communication, studying how we shape time expressively and communicatively using gestures of voice and body. This is the basis of his model of Communicative Musicality. Stephen is passionate about creating and facilitating authentic and healing human interactions.
His areas of expertise include holistic and person centred counselling and psychotherapy, life coaching and career coaching, mindfulness training, change facilitation, and communication coaching. He has carried out extensive work in research psychology on non-verbal communication and meaning making.
Stephen works in private practice as a coach, counsellor, and psychotherapist at his practice in Mona Vale, on Sydney's Northern Beaches, and in Kent St, in the Sydney CBD (easy access by bus & train), via Skype/FaceTime and phone, and at Audrey Page & Associates in Sydney as a career coach and workshop designer and facilitator. He also works as a corporate consultant and workshop facilitator in the ares of well-being and change creation. He is a clinical member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA Reg. Clinical 22740).
PhD (University of Edinburgh)
M.Mus (University of London)
B.Mus (University of Sydney)
Dip Holistic Counselling (Nature Care College, Sydney)
Dip Transformational Life Coaching (Nature Care College, Sydney)
Level 1, Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership, Sydney.
Dip Yoga Teaching (British Wheel of Yoga)
PACFA Reg. Clinical 22740 (PACFA)
Honorary Fellow, Westmead Psychotherapy Program, School of Medicine, University of Sydney
Adjunct Fellow, MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour, and Development, Western Sydney University