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Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson

Dr. Robertson is Lead Psychologist, Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety at the University of Regina, and holds a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology. He is has had a private clinical practice for the past forty years. He has published on the structure of the self, the use of prior learning assessment in self-construction, self-mapping in therapy, memetic mutations in religious transmission, residential school syndrome as a form of post-traumatic stress disorder, free will and psychotherapy, mind viruses, and male stigma. 


Books by Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson