Adj. Prof. Fellow Paul J. Stevenson OAM. UNAA. is an accredited Traumatologist with the International Green Cross Academy of Traumatology. He is also a registered Psychologist in Australia with over 50 years experience in the Human Services Industry, both to the private and public sectors, and holds a Masters Degree in Organisational Psychology.

Over the past thirty (30) years, he has specialised in the clinical treatment of victims of trauma, and the strategic design and evaluation of Disaster Management interventions.

Paul has authored and published four books: Postcards from Ground Zero on the subject of International Disaster Management and Trauma Psychology; Are We There Yet? on Strategic Planning; Best Practice for Human Services a manager’s guide; and It’s all Good on relaxation and meditation (compact disc).

Credibility, Ability and Expertise – Local, National, and International

Specialist Services

Trauma Assessment and Court Report

  • Accident & Injury
  • Forensic
  • Family & Domestic Violence
  • Fitness for Trial
  • Immigration

Disaster Management

  • Onsite Psychological Debriefing
  • Logistics
  • Strategic Planning
  • Evaluation

Compassion Fatigue

  • Assessment
  • Treatment
  • Education / Seminars

Trauma Psychological Treatment

Psychological-legal Assessment


Publications & Media


  • Dear Paul, I very much enjoyed our conversation at the State Reception last Friday, and Margaret and I thank you for giving us your book at the Annual Dinner on Saturday. We are enjoying your splendidly illustrated and documented “Postcards”. We congratulate you on all your vital contributions to alleviating the crises in Australia and our region over the last decade and we wish you well in all your skilful activities in the coming years.

    Hon. E.G. Whitlam AC. QC.Former Prime Minister of Australia.
  • Thank you for your support with the Victorian bushfire reconstruction and recovery effort, through sharing your experience and understanding of Emergency Psychological Management.

    Christine NixonChair, Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority
  • Thank you for your services as a psychologist to the ongoing investigations surrounding Declan Crouch. Also, thank you for your ongoing commitment to the Daniel Morcombe investigation.

    Mike CondonCommissioner, Queensland Police Service
  • Thank you for your submission to the Prime Minister regarding the provision of psychological counselling services to Australian personnel serving in Tsunami ravaged regions. These services being provided are of the utmost importance to ensuring the relief effort continues.

    Dr. Bruce FleggMember for Moggill
  • On behalf of the present Queensland Branch Committee, I thank you for your long and valued service. On a personal note it has been a pleasure working with you, and I wish you all the best in the future.

    Ross Dwyer OAMHon. Secretary, Order of Australia Association (Qld.)
  • Congratulations for service through the provision of assistance to the victims and their families following the bombings which occurred in Bali on 12th October 2002.

    Her Excellency Dame Quentin BryceFormer Governor General of Australia
  • With the approval of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Australia and Sovereign of the Order of Australia, I am pleased to award you the Order of Australia in the General Division.

    His Excellency Sir Michael JeffreyFormer Governor General of Australia