Dr Benjamin Bruneau Faculty of Education & Health

Dr Benjamin Bruneau is a Programme Leader for Health & Social Care in the Department of Psychology, Social Work & Counselling at the University of Greenwich.

Ben has been a lecturer in higher education since 1987, having an interest in cognition with research activity on personality and stress; personality, management and leadership; resilience; and development of personality assessment tools. He supports supervision of university student's MPhil/PhD research projects on topics relevant to thinking and learning.

He is programme leader of BA Hons Health and Social Care and lectures across a variety of programmes on Health Psychology, Research Methods, and Management and Leadership. He is also a Link tutor for community nursing in a local NHS Trust.

As a chartered psychologist he assesses people's personality and educates health practitioners in the management of their stress. He is a trainer and assessor in the use of Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). 

Posts held previously:

  • 1995–2002, Senior Lecturer, BSc Hons Health and Combined degrees, University of Greenwich
  • 1990–92, Assistant Director of Research, Thames College of Further and Higher Education
  • 1974–87, Teacher in Community Nursing, Greenwich Health Authority