AJ Glazebrook is a second year PhD candidate examining the neurocognitive aspects of posttraumatic growth and the impact of neurofeedback on the human capacity for posttraumatic growth. Her research with Queensland University of Technology operates from a salutogenic (wellbeing) perspective and seeks to advance scientific understanding and clinical applications in human neurocognition and posttraumatic growth.
Currently, AJ also works casually as a university academic tutoring Research Methods. AJ’s Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours (First class) research project examined the hierarchy of cognitive processes observed for benefit finding in families raising children with chronic food hypersensitivity. While undertaking her Honours research project, AJ worked as the Corporate Health and Safety Culture Specialist for a multi-site energy provider. During this time AJ’s work with the YOLO (You Only Live Once) Young Worker Safety Program won the 2015 Australian Psychological Society Workplace Excellence Award for Workplace Health and Wellbeing. AJ’s educational qualifications also include a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) with Distinction and Diplomas in Counselling and Occupational Health and Safety.
In furthering her career as a researcher and applied psychological strategist, AJ seeks to innovate effective psychological and neurocognitive-based wellbeing strategies, programs and tools that inspire optimal human performance, health and overcoming obstacles for individuals and groups.
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