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Lange, Gregor

Senior Lecturer

D.Psych.Sc (Dublin), MSc. (Ulster), B.A. (Dublin)

Dr Gregor Lange is a German-born, Irish- and American trained clinical psychologist. Gregor obtained a B.A. in Psychology from University College Dublin, Ireland, an MSc. in Applied Psychology from University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from University College Dublin. In addition, Gregor trained in Family/Systemic Therapy at the Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, USA and at Clanwilliam Institute, Dublin, Ireland. Gregor's work experiences include working in public health care services, private clinics, and lecturing at Universities. Gregor has also worked as an independent consultant, researcher, and author. Most recently Gregor was employed as manager of counseling services at RMIT International University, Vietnam. His clinical work includes working with families and children of all ages and with a variety of problems, such as anxieties, behaviour problems, and school difficulties. In addition Gregor has extensive experience in working with adult clients, individually, as couples, or in group-format. This work includes all psychological and behavioural difficulties, such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, or stress management. Gregor has also provided organizational consultations, focusing on issues such as managing work stress, dealing with bullying in organizations, and communication skills training.

Research Interests:
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • Stress management
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Clinical supervision
Recent/ Representative Publications:
  • Lange, G., & Cahill, P. (2006).
    COSA - An Irish response to combat trafficking of children for the purpose of sexual exploitation,
    The Irish Psychologist, Vol.32, 8, March 2006.
  • Lange, G., Sherrin, D., et al. (2005).
    Family factors associated with ADHD and emotional disorders in children.
    Journal of Family Therapy, 27, 1, 76-96.
  • Lange, W. G. T., et al. (2004).
    Viewing behaviour of spider phobics and non-phobics in the presence of threat and safety stimuli.
    British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43, 3, 235-243.