Milan Ljubincic is an Australian Psychologist living in Toronto, Canada. As a global psychologist, his life work has world-wide resonance — dedicated to inspiring humanity to live a heart-centered life, healing those who desire wholeness, and guiding others on their path of enlightenment, spiritual awareness and conscious awakening. His message advocates for compassionate wholesome living and humanitarian causes. He is an active United Nations volunteer, and in 2013 he helped judge the Pan-African Awards in Entrepreneurship for the UK-based organization ‘Teach A Man To Fish’. He is currently writing his debut novel, Island of Souls – Light Within The Dark, scheduled for release in May 2014.
He completed his Bachelor of Science in psychology at the prestigious Australian National University and his postgraduate psychology training at the University of Sydney. He undertook further specialized training in forensic psychology and also supervised psychology students. His academic performance in postgraduate studies earned him ‘distinctions’ in forensic psychology, and advanced clinical psychology.
As a skilled psychotherapist Milan is experienced in Mindfulness Psychotherapy (known as Acceptance & Commitment Therapy), Spiritual Psychology, and Positive Psychology. He is also trained in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Systemic-Therapy (family, couples, and group psychotherapy). He is certified in applied suicide intervention (ASIST) through Lifeline Australia.
Crime & Forensic Psychology
With an interest in forensic psychology, Milan worked in the area of criminal offending, drug and alcohol addiction, and personal injury matters. He has treated many criminal offenders including sex offenders, and perpetrators of assaults, armed-robberies, and stalking. He has performed many medico-legal, psychological and ‘risk of re-offending’ assessments at the request of the Courts, lawyers, and insurance companies. He has worked with victims of crime including those that have been abused, and kidnapped.
Milan has worked on numerous high-profile cases in Australia and the United Kingdom including London’s infamous Graff Diamonds robbery, and several prominent sex-offender cases.
Milan underwent extensive clinical psychology training, with part of his internship at Australia’s premier psychiatric hospital – the South Pacific Private in Sydney’s northern beaches. In 2006, he founded Psych Central Clinic and held the position of Principal Psychologist until departing Australia’s beautiful shores. Over the years he consulted at numerous hospitals and medical centers throughout South Australia. A highly experienced psychologist, he has treated clients with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, phobias, drug and alcohol addictions, personality disorders, post traumatic stress, obsessive disorders, sleep disorders, hoarding, pain disorders and more.
Professional Memberships & License:
- Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency (AHPRA).
- Canadian Psychological Association – Clinical & Criminal Psychology Sections.
- International Positive Psychology Association.