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Use of AI in psychology explored in article by ACAP faculty duo

Two members of the Australian College of Applied School of Psychology faculty have co-authored an article exploring the current and potential impacts of artificial intelligence on the psychology profession.

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Posted by Virginia on 10 July 2017NEWS
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Jobs for ACAP Social Work students after NDIS project success

Two ACAP Social Work graduates have started their careers at Sydney disability service provider Windgap Foundation Ltd. It’s the first time in the organisation’s 60-year history that social workers have been included on the organisation’s multi-disciplinary team.

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Posted by Virginia on 20 June 2017NEWS
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ACAP scores 80+ for student satisfaction in QILT survey

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) was awarded ‘Distinctions’ in most categories of the latest annual survey, Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching survey (QILT). The research project by the Social Research Centre of the Australian National University measures satisfaction among the students and graduates of national learning institutions,...

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Posted by Virginia on 9 June 2017NEWS
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A pet partnership in counselling with lessons for all

Lucy the five-year-old Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen is a qualified counselling ‘interventionist’ and placement partner to her owner, ACAP Bachelor of Counselling student Jacqui Nolan. While it’s true Lucy has beaten her master to qualifying as a canine practitioner, the dog’s graduation involved study-free units that were dependent largely on charm.

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Posted by Virginia on 1 June 2017NEWS
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ACAP international student joins City of Sydney ambassador program

Christian Nnanyelugo Mbonu was inducted as a City of Sydney student leader with 31 of his peers from around the world in formal ceremony held in mid-March at the Sydney Town Hall.

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Posted by Virginia on 2 May 2017NEWS
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ACAP Hyde Park Sydney atrium entrance opens

The new Hyde Park Sydney campus celebrated a final milestone in April with the opening of the lobby and atrium at the front of the building.

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Posted by Virginia on 1 May 2017NEWS
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ACAP placement students thrive at unique Jarrah House

Leafy Jarrah House at Little Bay in Sydney offers detox and rehabilitation for women only, through a 10-week residential program followed by outpatient group support and counselling.

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Posted by Virginia on 31 March 2017NEWS
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London the final leg on Claire’s road to experimental psychology

During her progression to PhD studies, Claire Machan’s curiosity for experimental over applied psychology was piqued. Her interest formed during early university studies and held fast until she graduated with her Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) in 2016.

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Posted by Virginia on 30 March 2017NEWS
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How human behaviour coaxed Neil from marketing to psychology

Neil Lucas’s attraction to psychology began during unrelated studies many years ago, as he explored the subject through elective units. But the allure of the field remained strong enough during a 15-year marketing and business development career for Neil to eventually consider a switch to clinical psychology.

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Posted by Virginia on 27 March 2017NEWS