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* Academic * Department of Psychology * The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand * http://www.openpolytechnic.ac.nz * email@example.com
* President of The New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology * www.positivepsychology.org.nz
My primary research interests concern positive psycholgoy, in particular wellbeing, happiness, and values. See http://www.wellbeingstudy.com
I also conduct clinical research on depression.
- PhD: Psychology (in process, Canterbury)
- Diploma in Clinical Psychology (in process, Canterbury)
- MA: Psychology (Massey)
- BA Honours: Psychology (Massey)
- BSocSci Honours: Philosophy (Waikato)
- BSocSci: Psychology and Philosophy double majors (Waikato)
- Graduate Diploma of Applied Ethics (Waikato)
- Diploma in Computing (Digitrain)
- Jarden, A. (2009). Post-traumatic growth: An introduction and review. New Zealand Clinical Psychologist, Autumn, 15-18.
- Jarden, A. (2007). U-Turn: Putting you back into your relationship, New Zealand Journal of Psychology (book review in press).
- Jarden, A. (2006). Cognitive therapy for challenging problems: What to do when the basics don’t work, New Zealand Clinical Psychologist, 17(2), 33-35.
- Jarden, A. (2005). Axiology and psychopathology: Thinking about values and psychotherapy. The Bulletin, 105, 42-46.
- Jarden, A. (2005). Clinical psychology and life coaching: Comparisons, contrast and opinions, New Zealand Clinical Psychologist, 15(1), 17-21.
- Jarden, A. (2005). Belief change in cognitive therapy: Changing beliefs or changing relationships towards beliefs?, The Bulletin, 104, 42-46.
- Jarden, A. (2005). Book Review: The handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change (5th ed.), New Zealand Clinical Psychologist, 15(1), 27.
- Jarden, A. (2004). The expert therapist, The Bulletin, 102, 41-45.