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    Rotary Melbourne Lunch 7 Feb

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    Rotary Melbourne Weekly Lunch Meeting

    Speaker Tim Watson-Munro, Criminal Psychologist

    Topic 'A Criminal Psychologist's Journey through the Justice System'

    Details 12.30 for 12.50 - 2.00pm at No35 Sofitel Melbourne & by ZOOM  

    Join us as we delve into the captivating world of forensic psychology with the esteemed Tim Watson-Munro. With a career spanning over 45 years, Watson-Munro has made significant contributions to the field, assessing more than 30,000 individuals and providing expert testimony in court over 3,000 times. His journey began with a Master's in Psychology from Sydney University, leading to a pivotal role as the Resident Psychologist at the notorious Parramatta Gaol at the young age of 25. During his tenure, Watson-Munro's innovative reform and rehabilitation programs not only transformed lives but also earned him widespread recognition. This eventually led to an irresistible offer from one of Melbourne's leading forensic psychiatrists to work with him, marking a turning point in his career. 

    Tim was the former National Chairman of the College of Forensic Psychologists in the Australian Psychological Society, was a Visiting Fellow at Melbourne University, an Adjunct Visiting Professor at Bond University and has sat on advisory boards at both tertiary institutions. 

    This event promises to offer a rare glimpse into the challenges and triumphs of a criminal psychologist's journey through the criminal justice system.

    Join us for lunch, be informed and form connections.



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