Dr De Foe earned his Ph.D. in Psychology at Monash University in 2016. He also holds a Master in Counselling and a PGDiploma in Research, both awarded at Monash. Additionally, he has completed several vocational and graduate qualifications in counselling, mediation, and communications.
His doctoral and postdoctoral research has attracted numerous awards and grants from national and international organisations. He has also served on a handful of review boards, including Monash University’s Expertline, and he actively serves as a referee for journals in the field. As a teacher, over the past seven years Dr De Foe has developed original courses and lectured in vocational, undergraduate, and postgraduate programs at six different higher education institutes across both psychological science and counselling majors. As a counsellor and clinician, he has worked with a number of local agencies in Melbourne, Australia, including the Men’s Referral Service, Doncare, as well as in private practice.
You can find out about Alex’s research interests and career focus here. A more specific/full CV can be downloaded on request.
Recent funding/awards: Society for Psychical Research (small grant), 2016; Parapsychological Association Research Endowment, 2016; Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research, Cardigan Fund Grant, 2016
The publication list is being updated and will be uploaded soon.