Jim Malcolm conducts assessment and treatment of emotional and psychological problems for individuals who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression and worry, life adjustment issues, problems with drug or alcohol use, or concerns associated with sexuality and sexual identity. He has had extensive experience teaching clinical psychology practice in a university setting, has published research in the area of male sexual identity development, bisexuality and internalised homophobia, and is committed to evidence-based practice. Dr Malcolm does not normally undertake couples therapy.
Dr Jim Malcolm is a member of the College of Clinical Psychologists, the Australian Medical and Professional Society on Alcohol and Drugs and an Associate Member of the International Academy of Sex Research. He is also an Adjunct Fellow in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology at Western Sydney University.