I agree with Randy, here on the forum we always say for the first 2 weeks don't try to get to close to the newcomer, during the first 2 weeks the bird has to get used to you, new sounds and new sights, I always try to imagine how the bird feels- imagine yourself in Malcolm's shoes, theirs this massive hand coming towards me, something that size could really hurt me and it's trying to get into my little home, I've got to protect myself and my home. It sounds stupid I know, but that is probably how Malcolm is thinking. For the best results you have to become a friend that he will welcome into his home, to do that I suggest you start again from scratch, that way he will learn to trust you and eventually will want to spend time with you. Patience is everything, just go at Malcolm's pace.
Please don't worry, you haven't done any damage, all the information on bonding and training is here on the forum and if we can help in any way just give us a shout.