Anita came to Australia as a refugee from the Balkans war in 2001. Since then, she has completed an Honors degree and a Ph.D. in Psychology at Victoria University. Concurrent with the 3.5 years of her Ph.D. study, she has held positions as a Family Therapist, Disability Worker, Community and Youth Justice Worker, and Lecturer in Psychology. Anita is a researcher specialised in phenomenology and mixed-method (first– second– and third person) approaches to studying the nature of consciousness. Under the guidance of Dr. B. Alan Wallace, Anita had the great privilege of working as a designated retreat counselor.
Anita currently works as the Head of Social Sciences at Endeavour College of Natural Health, serves on the Board of Directors of the CCR Europe and conducts research at CCR North America.
Bachelor of Science (Psychology with Honours), Victoria UniversityPh.D. (Psychology), Victoria University
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