DR ELLIOT BELL
Dr Elliot Bell is a Lecturer at the University of Otago, teaching cognitive behaviour therapies and other mental health topics to psychiatry registrars and undergraduate medical students. He also supervises a number of PhD students across a range of topics, with these, and his own research focusing on mental health rehabilitation.
Dr Bell is also a Clinical Psychologist having worked primarily in public mental health services, and is currently working as a private practitioner. His clinical interests include cognitive behaviour therapy, depression, anxiety, trauma, and positive psychology.
Dr Bell is a Fellow of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists (NZCCP), past Vice-President of the NZCCP, and a current member of the New Zealand Psychologists Board. Elliot was also the co-author of JK’s book Stand by Me about teenagers and their journey with depression, and contributed to JK’s autobiography All Black’s Don’t Cry.
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