Staff profile - Richard Moulding
Dr Richard Moulding
|Position:||Senior Lecturer |
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Health|
|Department:||School of Psychology|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 924 43790 +61 3 924 43790|
Registered Psychologist, endorsed Area of Practice-Clinical Psychology. Member - Australian Psychological Society, Clinical College.
Richard is unit chair of HPS914 Studies in Psychopathology (postgraduate), and of HPS308 Psychopathology (3rd year undergraduate).
Conferences and seminars
Moulding, R., Mancuso, S. G., Georgiou, S. Z., & Wallace, A. (2012). Investigating the cognitive model of Body Dysmorphic Disorder using experimental methods in a non-clinical sample. 47th Annual Australian Psychological Society (APS) Conference, Perth, Australia. Aardema, F., Moulding, R., Radomsky, A. S., & Doron, G. (2013). People who are afraid of themselves: Development of the short Feared Self Questionnaire and its relationship to obsessionality. Paper accepted for the World Congress of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (WCBCT), Peru. Rehm, I., Nedeljkovic, M., Moulding, R., & Thomas, A. (2013). The role of self-beliefs in episodes of chronic hairpulling: Informing cognitive behavioural models of Trichotillomania. Paper accepted for the WCBCT, Peru. Moulding, R., & Randell, A. (2013) The Relationship Between Implicit and Explicit Adult Attachment Orientations and Obsessive Compulsive Symptoms. Paper accepted for the WCBCT, Peru. Taylor, J., Moulding, R., & Nedeljkovic, M. (2013). Emotion regulation difficulties and hoarding symptoms. Paper accepted for the WCBCT, Peru.
Committee member - consumer organization - the Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria (ARCVic; 2009-current)
National Health & Medical Research Council - Postdoctoral Reference Group
Editorial Board Member - Journal of Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders (Elsevier)
His research work mainly focuses on Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and related disorders, such as Hoarding Disorder and the Anxiety Disorders. Prior to arriving at Deakin he has coordinated treatment programs for Hoarding Disorder (Compulsive Hoarding and Acquisition Group) and for OCD. He is a collaborator with the Relationship-OCD research unit and a member of the Research Consortium of Intrusive Fear.