Assoc Prof Rebecca Loundar

Assoc Prof Rebecca Loundar

Associate Professor & Program Director - Social Science,

Dr Rebecca Loundar is an Australian-based health professional and has been a practising Psychologist for over 25 years and is endorsed as a Clinical and Counselling Psychologist.

Dr Loundar is the Head of Social Science and a Senior Lecturer at Alphacrucis College, and oversees AC's Bachelor of Applied Social Science and Graduate Diploma of Applied Social Science programs. Rebecca is also one of AC's Higher Degree Research Supervisors. Rebecca has been actively involved with the development and teaching of these courses. 

Dr Loundar has a broad range of experience working with individuals and groups, in a variety of settings including clinical and community (including not-for-profit) based psychology services, education facilities and corporate environments. Rebecca has been an active member on different government and community committees, a researcher and provider of clinical consultation and training to psychologists and counsellors. Her research interests include psychosocial wellbeing and societal issues including domestic and family violence.


DPsych (Macquarie University) 2013

PG Diploma in Psychology (Macquarie University) 1998

BSc (Psychology) (Macquarie University) 1995

Field of Research

  • 1117 Public Health and Health Services
  • 1607 Social Work
  • 1701 Psychology
  • 1702 Cognitive Sciences
  • 1799 Other Psychology and Cognitive Sciences

Scholarship Publications

Professional Memberships

Australian Health Professionals Registration Authority (AHPRA): Psychologist, Areas for Practise Endorsement - Clinical and Counselling Psychology (since 1998)

Australian Psychological Society: Fellow of Clinical College & Counselling College (since 2013)

Australian Psychological Society; Member (since 1998)

Current Supervision

  • None
    • Floyd, J., Domestic violence in Pentecostal churches (Doctoral Thesis)
    • McNally, A., tba (Doctoral Thesis)
    • Spencer, M., Unknown (Doctoral Thesis)
  • 2022
    • Floyd, J., Impact of attitudes regarding gender on Domestic Violence within the Australian Church (Doctoral Thesis), 2022
  • 2021
    • Madden, C., To understand the impact of organisational culture, personal character strengths and motivation at work and how these things may differ across generations (Doctoral Thesis), 2021

Completed Supervision

  • 2019
    • Floyd, J., Understanding Domestic Violence in the church (Masters Project/Thesis), 2019

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