Dr Wendy Finck is a lecturer and supervisor for Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) students undergoing their clinical placement at the Krongold Clinic, Monash University. She is a registered psychologist, member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists (FCEDP). She is also a Psychology Board of Australia approved supervisor, an active member of the Australasian Sleep Association’s (ASA) Insomnia and Sleep Health Council (ISHC), and a member of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (AACBT).
Wendy joined the academic team at Monash in January 2021 after completing her PhD at the University of Melbourne. Her research used cross-sectional and longitudinal methods to investigate the associations between stress-related cognitive-emotional factors and insomnia, and culminated in a cognitive and behavioural based intervention for young adults with sleep problems. Wendy has worked with clients of all ages for a range of presenting issues, and her practice interests include supporting learning in schools, insomnia and sleep health, and health and social-emotional wellbeing. She has experience as a school psychologist, a private practitioner, and in tertiary-level academia (e.g., teaching, supervision, program development).
Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology Discipline), University of Melbourne
2017 → 2020
Master of Psychology (Ed & Dev), MONASH UNIVERSITY
2003 → 2004
Postgraduate Diploma Of Psychology (Ed), MONASH UNIVERSITY
2001 → 2002
Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies, Deakin University
1999 → 2000
Master of Educational Studies, MONASH UNIVERSITY
1996 → 1997
Bachelor of Applied Science (Nursing), MONASH UNIVERSITY
1991 → 1993
Research area keywords
- Sleep Health