Professor Maurice Eisenbruch MD MPhil (Cambridge), MEdSt, DPM, BS, FRCPsych, FRANZCP, CertChildAdolPsych, AFBPsS, MAPS, MACE.
I received my medical degree in 1972 from the University of Melbourne, where I was Exhibitioner at Queen's College, and earning the John Adey Prize in Psychiatry. My formal training in clinical psychiatry is based on programs accredited by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP), and with additional lengthy training and supervision in psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy. I completed my residency and training in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry at University of Melbourne teaching hospitals in 1977 and gained Fellowship of the RANZCP and certification in child and adolescent psychiatry, and Fellowship the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the United Kingdom. I also have accredited AMA4 Impairment Assessment core module training.
I trained in psychology and am Member of the Australian Psychological Society and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. My research on depressed mothers and their children earned a doctorate in child psychiatry from the University of Melbourne.
I also completed postgraduate training in medical anthropology (University of Cambridge) with further training at the Departments of Anthropology and Social Medicine and Health Policy at Harvard Medical School.
I have postgraduate qualifications in education (Monash University) and am a Life Member of the Australian College of Educators.