Brian is an Australian author, educator, and psychologist who lived
in China for ten years. These days he divides his time between both
He has been a special school principal and clinical
psychologist in Australia; and a visiting lecturer in Psychology to the
Chongqing Medical University in China.
His publications include, The Sharp End: the trauma of a war in Vietnam (on his experiences as an infantryman in the Vietnam War); and psychological research on PTSD, published in Behaviour Change and The Clinical Psychology Review.
He has also written about stress, anxiety, & depression for Chinese
people; and traditional Chinese values and cultural adaptation for
Brian speaks basic Mandarin, travels widely within China, and is integrated into Chinese society.
perspective is bottom-up as well as top-down, and includes commentary
on social, cultural, economic, historical, and political matters.
Brian is married to a mainland Chinese citizen, who is an assistant professor of Chinese language and culture.
Author's website: China Australia Consult