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ACAP scores above average yet again in latest student survey

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%.

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Posted by ACAP on 21 May 2019NEWS
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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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Graduate’s thesis leads to $50,000 grant for Indigenous Women’s health

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.

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Posted by Virginia on 1 February 2016NEWS
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ACAP Graduate Presents Self-Injury Research at International Conference

ACAP graduate Lee Bresland is working to raise awareness and understanding of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). Ms Bresland graduated from the Master of Psychology (Clinical) in May 2014. The findings of her study were recently presented at The International Society for the Study of Self Injury conference in June.

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Posted by ACAP on 16 July 2014NEWS