Glen completed his Doctorate in Psychology at the Australian Catholic University in 2003. His work since then has been in a range of positions as a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer in psychology.

For seven years, Glen worked as a consultant psychologist and Lecturer at The Cairnmillar Institute. This role included a range of research projects centred around the implementation of time limited therapeutic interventions for problem gambling. In addition to this, Glen’s research and teaching areas include the implementation of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with complex presenting issues. Glen teaches in the Master of Professional Psychology, Master of Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology and Community Psychology courses.

Glen has worked at Victoria University since 2006. He is the current Chair of the Master of Professional Psychology degree and director of the Victoria University Psychology Clinic. He is currently completing a PhD investigating the mental health of performing artists. He is also the convener of the Australian Psychological Society interest group for Psychology and the Entertainment & Performing Arts Industry.

Recent publications

Refereed journal articles

Hosking, G., Macnab, F. & Brown, C. (2005) Contextual modular therapy: an alternate treatment for problem gambling. Proceedings of the 40th APS Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 133-137.

Refereed chapters

Deighton, R., Hosking, G., Morris, D., &Macnab, F. (2008). The experiences of trauma in problem gamblers. In M. J. Esposito (Ed.) Psychology of Gambling. NY: Nova

Conference presentations

Hosking, G. (November, 2021). Mental Health of Australian Performing Artists. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference of Community Psychology Committee, Melbourne, Australia.

Hosking, G., Deighton, R., Morris, D., &Macnab, F. (September 2008). Brief integrative therapy for problem gambling: The application of a new treatment method. Paper presented at the Australian Psychological Society conference, Hobart, Australia.

Morris, D., Hosking, G., Deighton, R., &Macnab, F. (September 2008). The relationship between therapeutic realizations and changes in problem gambling behaviour. Paper presented at the Australian Psychological Society conference, Hobart, Australia.

Deighton, R., Hosking, G., Morris, D., &Macnab, F. (September 2008). Experiences of trauma and loss in problem gamblers  Paper presented at the Australian Psychological Society conference, Hobart, Australia.

Hosking, G., Deighton, R., Morris, D., &Macnab, F. (September 2007). Attachment and interpersonal processes: Understanding the importance of the relationship when working with the problem gambler.  Paper presented at the Australian Psychological Society conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Deighton, R., Hosking, G., Morris, D., &Macnab, F. (September 2007). Experiences of trauma and loss in problem gamblers. Paper presented at the Australian Psychological Society conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Teaching responsibilities

Glen teaches the following units:

He also supervises individual psychology interns.

Coordination

Master of Professional Psychology

Professional memberships

  • Australian Psychological Society
  • Fellow, College of Clinical Psychologists
  • Psychology Board of Australia

Appearances in the media

Glen appears regularly as a psychological commentator on Seven News, 3AW, KIIS 101.1, in OK Magazine and other print and online media.

Portfolios

Areas of expertise

  • Cognitive behaviour therapy
  • Counselling theory and practice
  • Problem gambling

Contact details

(03) 9919 2266