Skip to main content

Grenyer, Brin F. S. Professor

Professor

  • Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute
  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • School of Psychology
  • Director - Project Air Strategy for Personality Disorders 2009 - 2022

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Brin Grenyer (www.researchgate.net/profile/Brin_Grenyer) is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Wollongong and Director of the Project Air Strategy for Personality Disorders, in partnership with NSW Health (www.projectairstrategy.org). He is also Foundation Chair of the Psychology Board of Australia overseeing the registration and conduct of all psychologists in Australia (www.psychologyboard.gov.au). He was a member of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Borderline Personality Disorder Guideline Development Committee, and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Advisory Group for a Consumer Guide on Borderline Personality Disorder. He has been awarded over 40 grants totaling more than 12 million in funding, published over 150 journal articles, chapters, books and monographs, supervised over 25 PhD candidates to graduation, and his team have received numerous international and national awards for their work in personality disorders and psychotherapy research. He is on the Editorial Boards of Psychotherapy Research and Personality and Mental Health, and is active in clinical practice and research through Northfields Psychology Clinic.

Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


Investigator On


Other Research Activities


Impact Story


Available as Research Supervisor

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Reflexive dialogue within the supervisory relationship to enhance supervisee learning outcomes Calvert, Fiona
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Social cognition deficits associated with interpersonal trust in borderline personality disorder. Abramov, Gamze
    Doctor of Philosophy Models of Recovery-Oriented Care for People with Borderline Personality Disorder Ng, Fiona
    Doctor of Philosophy Efficacy of dialectical behaviour therapy on prisoners who engage in deliberate self-harm Baharin, Arina
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Testing Interpersonal Model of Narcissism, a Study of Patients and their Family Day, Nicholas
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Evidence-Based Practice for Borderline Personality Disorder: A Clinical-Quantitative Research Project into the Self and Psychosocial Function Miller, Caitlin
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Who are we leaving behind? An investigation of non-response among consumers of Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment. Cutts, Jane
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Parental Mental Illness and Children's Social, Emotional and Cognitive Development Singh, Saniya
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Stemming the Tide of Personality Disorders AcrossFamilies: Evaluation of a Parenting Intervention to Modify the Risk for the Transgenerational Transmission of Attachment Trauma Steele, Kayla
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Evaluation of a peer-led group treatment of borderline personality disorder: Increasing trust and engagement through peer support Barr, Karlen
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Personality Disorders, Likelihood of Sexual Offending, and Diagnostic Manifestations: A Three-Part Dissertation Study Hashmani, Talia
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) The Effects of Cognitive Deficits and Psychological Distress in Substance Abuse Initiation, Treatment and Relapse Horton, Phillip
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Understanding Complex & Chronic Self Critical Depression. Sandquist, Karin
    Master of Science - Research (Psychology) "Breaking Down the Barriers": Using drama to engage young people in mental health promotion and prevention - a quantitative and qualitative research trial Searle, Kerry

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Brin Grenyer (www.researchgate.net/profile/Brin_Grenyer) is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Wollongong and Director of the Project Air Strategy for Personality Disorders, in partnership with NSW Health (www.projectairstrategy.org). He is also Foundation Chair of the Psychology Board of Australia overseeing the registration and conduct of all psychologists in Australia (www.psychologyboard.gov.au). He was a member of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Borderline Personality Disorder Guideline Development Committee, and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Advisory Group for a Consumer Guide on Borderline Personality Disorder. He has been awarded over 40 grants totaling more than 12 million in funding, published over 150 journal articles, chapters, books and monographs, supervised over 25 PhD candidates to graduation, and his team have received numerous international and national awards for their work in personality disorders and psychotherapy research. He is on the Editorial Boards of Psychotherapy Research and Personality and Mental Health, and is active in clinical practice and research through Northfields Psychology Clinic.

Selected Publications


Investigator On


Other Research Activities


Impact Story


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Reflexive dialogue within the supervisory relationship to enhance supervisee learning outcomes Calvert, Fiona
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Social cognition deficits associated with interpersonal trust in borderline personality disorder. Abramov, Gamze
    Doctor of Philosophy Models of Recovery-Oriented Care for People with Borderline Personality Disorder Ng, Fiona
    Doctor of Philosophy Efficacy of dialectical behaviour therapy on prisoners who engage in deliberate self-harm Baharin, Arina
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Testing Interpersonal Model of Narcissism, a Study of Patients and their Family Day, Nicholas
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Evidence-Based Practice for Borderline Personality Disorder: A Clinical-Quantitative Research Project into the Self and Psychosocial Function Miller, Caitlin
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Who are we leaving behind? An investigation of non-response among consumers of Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment. Cutts, Jane
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Parental Mental Illness and Children's Social, Emotional and Cognitive Development Singh, Saniya
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Stemming the Tide of Personality Disorders AcrossFamilies: Evaluation of a Parenting Intervention to Modify the Risk for the Transgenerational Transmission of Attachment Trauma Steele, Kayla
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Evaluation of a peer-led group treatment of borderline personality disorder: Increasing trust and engagement through peer support Barr, Karlen
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Personality Disorders, Likelihood of Sexual Offending, and Diagnostic Manifestations: A Three-Part Dissertation Study Hashmani, Talia
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) The Effects of Cognitive Deficits and Psychological Distress in Substance Abuse Initiation, Treatment and Relapse Horton, Phillip
    Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Understanding Complex & Chronic Self Critical Depression. Sandquist, Karin
    Master of Science - Research (Psychology) "Breaking Down the Barriers": Using drama to engage young people in mental health promotion and prevention - a quantitative and qualitative research trial Searle, Kerry
uri icon

Research Areas