Dr Malcolm Cross
Dr Malcolm Cross is Reader in Psychology and Dean of Students at City University London.
Originally trained in Australia as a Clinical Psychologist, Dr Cross is chartered as a Counselling Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and is registered as such with the UK Health Professions Council.
Early in his career he occupied a role as Residential Psychologist in a young offenders institution and then later in the not for profit sector managing of a crisis counselling and information service for young homeless people.
He is the author of numerous peer reviewed publications and books primarily in the area of counselling psychology and personal construct theory.
Dr Cross is an active member of his profession, working in numerous voluntary roles within the British Psychological Society and more recently the UK Health Professions Council.

Blog Entries by Dr Malcolm Cross

Psychology can Help Explain, but not Justify, the London Riots

Posted 10 August 2011 | 01:00:00 (EST)

As human beings we have no choice to but make sense of the events around us. What has been occupying a lot of our hearts and minds has been the recent outbreak of destruction, violence and disorder that has filled our streets over the preceding four days in London.

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