Dr Rachell Kingsbury, Clinical Neuropsychologist. Dip Business Management, BA Hons (Psychology & Education), M Clinical Psych, PhD (Clinical Neuropsychology), CCLIN, CCN, MAPS. Dr Rachell Kingsbury has made it her life’s work to promote … More
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Workshop Title: Becoming a Psychologist Aim: A workshop for undergraduate psychology students and recent graduates who are interested in a career in psychology. Our central aim is to clarify the process of general registration as a psychologist in Australia with a focus on the 4+2 pathway. Key elements to discuss include Board requirements, such as competencies […]
Becoming a Psychologist Workshop Workshop Title: Becoming a Psychologist Aim: A workshop for undergraduate psychology students and recent graduates who are interested in a career in psychology. Clarify the registration process. Discuss ethics and ethical applications in practice, including case studies. Discuss how private practice differs from government roles, training or other roles in psychology. Participants work […]
Workshop Title: 5 Things you should know when studying Psychology Aim: This workshop is to provide information on how a psychology career works. What is studied in Psychology programs? What sort of jobs will this lead to? What does it cost Presenter: Vivian Jarrett (Registered Psychologist) Qualifications: B Psych (hons) MAPS MAICD Location: M1 Psychology at Loganholme, […]
Modern counselling approaches such as CBT, Mindfulness, or IPT, are well known to be equally effective as medication for the treatment of depression and anxiety. Most forms of depression or anxiety respond well to counselling, especially for individuals that can recall significant periods when there were no symptoms. Read More…
Life events such as the birth of a child, death of a relative, marriage and separation can cause a decrease in mental health as individuals and families become over-burdened with stress, change and the drain on resources due to these sorts of events. Most individuals recover well without counselling, but sometimes individuals become vulnerable due […]