Dr Roy Moodley

Roy Moodley, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in clinical and counselling psychology at the Ontario Institute for Studies In Education, University of Toronto, Canada. Roy is also the Director of the Centre for Diversity in Counselling and Psychotherapy. His research interests include critical multicultural counselling and psychotherapy, race, culture and psychoanalysis; Global South psychologies; traditional healing and critical mental health traditions; mixed-race, metissage and mestizaje relationships. His teaching specialisms are Critical Multicultural Practice: Diversity Issues in Counselling and Advanced Multicultural Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Roy has been active in researching and delivering training and development in inclusivity and diversity for over four decades. He has authored/co-edited 18 books plus numerous academic journal articles. Example publications are:

Fernando, S. and Moodley, R. (eds) (2018) ‘Global Psychologies: Mental Health and the Global South’. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Moodley, R. Lo, T. and Zhu N. (eds) (2018) ‘Asian Healing Traditions in Counselling and Psychotherapy’. Los Angeles: Sage.
Stewart, S., Moodley, R. and Hyatt, A. (eds) (2017) ‘Indigenous Cultures and Mental Health Counselling’ New York: Routledge.
Moodley, R., Lengyell, M., Wu, R. and Gielen, U.P. (eds) (2015) ‘International Counseling Case Studies Handbook’. Washington: American Counselling Association.
Whitehead, S. Talahite, A. and Moodley, R. (2014) ‘Gender and Identity’. Toronto: Oxford Univ. Press.
Moodley, R. and Palmer, S. (eds) ‘Race, Culture and Psychotherapy’. London: Routledge.