“The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” - Oscar Wilde
| Lieutenant Commander |
Alexander W. Brodie, Psy.D., Ph.D
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Personality: Alex is typically cheerful and respectful with a large dose of cynicism and a very fine attention to detail. This has led to some individuals he has worked with thinking that he does not care. In truth, however, it is more of an in built defence mechanism to ensure that he retains a sense of perspective and detachment form his work. Due to the nature of his previous work he is more used to working outside of a traditional chain of command but, out of respect for the organizations he has worked for and with over the years, he tends to play along. The only two exceptions two this are where he feels the safety of his patient may be in danger or during counselling sessions.
Quarters: Brodie occupies general quarters in the embassy grounds, together with accommodation aboard the USS Thor. Generally sparse they contain the usual mundane items such as clothing and minor personal effects. Several PADDs sit on the desk typically history books from various culture as well as psychological, political and legal texts. A family picture sits on his desk, taken at Mount Ruapehu in New Zealand with his then wife and young daughter.
Office: Alex works from an office in the Counselling And Psychological Services (CAPS) unit on the second floor of the Embassy medical Centre. He also has an office aboard the USS Thor. Given the nature of his role, however, he will often attend to matters in person as he feels it helps him establish a better relationship with the individual in question and put them at ease.
Brodie tries to maintain a good level of physical fitness through general exercises in the gym. He counts his more active hobbies as fencing and horse riding. He was also, in his youth, a keen rugby player as a fly-half and acted as a coach for one of the faculty teams during his time at the academy.
He enjoys the taste of whisky and always tries to ensure he has at least one genuine, non-replicated, bottle of single malt available in his quarters – his personal favourites being Lowland region whiskies as a reminder of home.
He enjoys games that involve thought, memory, tactics and bluffs and is particularly fond of poker and liars dice – although his skills at observation, discerning microexpressions and deception detection mean he seldom finds people who are prepared to play him for long...and even more seldom for money. Alex is also an accomplished sleight of hand artist, particularly regarding card magic, which he learnt as a way of keeping his daughter entertained when she was younger.
Brodie counts among his favourite books preferring thrillers and intrigues. He also has a keen interest in history. Alex enjoys classical music, of both earth and off-world cultures, together with theatre and plays the flute, piano and violin. He also has a fondness for landscape art, particularly from nineteenth century Earth, and has several replications of works by John Martin, Alexander Nasmyth, Sebastian Pether and Horatio McCulloch loaded into a holo-image projector in his quarters.
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