Victor Counted, Ph.D
Dr Victor Counted is a behavioural, social, and health scientist, author, research consultant, and speaker. He is an interdisciplinary voice whose main research fuse psychology, geography, and religion. He is mostly known for his scholarly work on Adult Attachment Experiences, Psychology of Religion, Sense of Place, Religion & Health, Spiritual Health Care, Place Attachment, Attachment to God, and Migrant Health & Quality of Life. He is committed to transforming people and organisations through research and educational leadership.
- Ph.D. in Psychology — Western Sydney University, Australia
- Ph.D. in Religion & Society — University of Groningen, Netherlands
IN THE MEDIA
Migrants and the bond with God: attachment and survival are linkedJanuary 27, 2020/
Upcoming Events and Speaking Engagements
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Book Project for Rowan & Littlefield (Lexington Books)
Title: "The Roots of Radicalization: Disrupted Attachment & Displacement"
I have signed a contract to write a book for Lexington Books on my work on disrupted attachment systems and displacement in the context of radicalization. The working title for the book is "The Roots of Radicalization". The book should be ready by the end of 2020.
Book Project for Springer International
Title: "Place Attachment and Post-Pandemic Urban Recovery: Displacement, Coping, and Healthy Behaviors"
I have signed a contract with Springer to co-author a book with two other colleagues (Haywantee Ramkissoon and Richard Cowden) on a COVID-19 pandemic urban recovery plan through the lens of place attachment and pro-environmental behaviours. The book should be published early 2021.
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