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Social Work mentor project a confidence boost for ACAP students

Posted by Virginia on 10 October 2017

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When Clara Koeck proposed a college Social Work mentor program as her field placement her teachers saw the benefits for students and alumni.

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ACAP graduate to present methamphetamine research at ATCA Conference

Posted by Virginia on 5 October 2017

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It has been a year of high achievement for counsellor Girija Dadhe, who will end 2017 with a significant career milestone to add to her impressive accomplishments.

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Publishing success for ACAP psychology graduate

Posted by on 30 August 2017

ACAP graduate Perri Carlson MAPS has had a co-authored article published in Seizure, the official European journal of Epilepsy. Perri’s contribution to the prestigious publication came just six months after she completed her Master of Psychology (Clinical).

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ACAP social work student is a voice for his national peers

Posted by Virginia on 22 August 2017

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Civic-minded Christian Nnanyelugo Mbonu (pictured, centre, back row) was already actively representing the needs of fellow visiting students in his local Sydney community when he took on a second volunteer role that has a national perspective.

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Virtual Reality thesis improves psychosis empathy for psychology students

Posted by on 15 August 2017

A joint project by Navitas colleges ACAP and SAE could lead the way for more VR teaching in allied health and community support.

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ACAP Psychology Clinic teams with primary school to teach mindfulness

Posted by Virginia on 14 August 2017

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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.

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Thesis award for ACAP Psychology graduate

Posted by on 3 August 2017

ACAP graduate, Carey Little MAPS, was honoured by the Australian Psychological Society in July, for her thesis, “It kind of sort of crept up”. Australian lesbians talk intimate partner violence.

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ACAP Psychology Clinic turns five

Posted by Virginia on 31 July 2017

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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.

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New ACAP Undergraduate Diploma in Counselling Skills available from September

Posted by on 20 July 2017

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) has introduced a seventh qualification to its suite of programs in the Counselling discipline. The Higher Education program, called the Diploma of Counselling Skills is a realignment of ACAP’s existing Diploma of Counselling, which will be replaced by the new sub-bachelor course from...

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

Posted by on 10 July 2017

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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