The annual ACAP Conference was held on the Melbourne campus last Monday. More than 100 professionals, academics and students from diverse backgrounds in areas of social and health sciences came together to exchange research relating to the theme of Innovation in a Changing World.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) continues to punch above its weight in the Australian Government’s latest Student Experience Survey (SES) – scoring 83.0% for Overall Quality of Education Experience, against a national average of 79%.
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.
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.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) is pleased to announce the availability the popular degree qualification for study at the Brisbane campus.
At its Sydney campus Graduation Day on March 16, the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) acknowledged its milestones in Social Work. The event also featured unique personal celebrations for three families.
ACAP teacher and professional psychology programs coordinator, Associate Professor Kathryn Nicholson Perry, has accepted a key volunteer position at the Australian Psychological Society.
Postgraduate psychology students from the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) are making a difference in the community by facilitating mindfulness training sessions for parents and teachers at a Sydney school for children with intellectual disabilities.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology’s Sydney Clinic reached its five-year milestone recently, with the event marked by a celebration attended by students, staff and alumni.
ACAP began 2016 with a special reason to celebrate. Research conducted for her Master dissertation by ACAP Master of Psychology (Clinical) graduate Mary Goslett (pictured) has led to a $50,000 grant to help support Indigenous women in regional NSW.