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Shadow Minister presents at ACAP annual conference

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) Campus in Sydney recently held their annual academic conference and were honoured to have Ms Jenny Aitchison, Member for Maitland, tour the campus and present to an audience of almost 100 staff and educators.

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Posted by on 26 November 2018BLOG
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Mental preparation is key to success for Invictus captain

Co-captain of the Australian 2018 Invictus team, Nicole Bradley, aims to give herself and the national team the mental edge in Sydney, putting into practice what she has learned from her studies at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP).

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Posted by ACAP on 22 October 2018NEWS
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ACAP campus talk on history and hope at NAIDOC Week

The Australian College of Applied Psychology’s Discipline of Social Work hosted a moving NAIDOC Week celebration in July featuring the spoken art history of special guest, Kanju and Biri woman and Gangari artist, Aunty Kathy Dodd Farrawell.

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Posted by Virginia Laugesen on 8 August 2018NEWS
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ACAP has rebranded!

After delivering quality education programs for over 30 years, ACAP has undergone change and innovated in response to changing market needs and conditions. As of 23rd July, ACAP has once again adapted to the evolving education landscape by means of an official rebrand.

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Posted by ACAP on 23 July 2018NEWS
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Journal publishes ACAP graduate’s country town anxiety research

As milestones go, finishing postgraduate study is hard to beat, but for Mahalia Scholz, academic success was topped when her final-year Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy research paper was published in an industry journal.

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Posted by Virginia on 29 June 2018NEWS
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Vale Dr John Meteyard

The Australian College of Applied Psychology community was saddened by the passing of Dr John Meteyard, Senior Lecturer, Discipline of Counselling, in May.

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Posted by on 14 June 2018NEWS
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Counselling research talent showcased at postgraduate presentations

At the close of each trimester, the Australian College of Applied Psychology's final-year Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MCP) cohorts present their research projects to an audience of peers, teachers, research supervisors, family, and friends.

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Posted by Virginia on 25 May 2018NEWS
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UK fellowship honours criminology lecturer

More than 20 years dedicated to criminology as a student and teacher have earned Senior Lecturer Matthew Thurgood a fellowship from the UK-based Higher Education Academy.

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Posted by Virginia on 9 May 2018NEWS
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Achievement from tragedy for married psychology graduates

Two family tragedies led to Tim and Maddie Christian’s decision to pursue psychology careers and make a difference for others experiencing grief. The couple, who have two young children, studied online and graduated in March 2018.

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Posted by Virginia on 26 April 2018NEWS
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Royal Rehab award for ACAP student’s essay on Social Work identity

Australian College of Applied Psychology Social Work student Emily James won the inaugural Royal Rehab Alex Ommanney Prize for her reflections on social inclusion in practice. Emily received her award at the organisation’s World Social Work Day celebrations on 21 March.

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Posted by Virginia on 6 April 2018NEWS