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2023: Int’l Day to Eradicate Racial Discrimination
Mental Health Workers Cry Out for Urgent Action in NSW Crisis
APS Advocates Secure Changes to Disability Support Pension
APS statement on earthquake in Turkey and Syria
Aus Psychologists Warn of Mental Health Crisis Amid Climate Disasters
Helping Anxious Kids Start School: Strategies for All Families
Human Rights Watch Submits Report on Yemen to U.N. Committee
Federal Government cuts mental health care program despite Better Access Review findings
Children 18 months to 18 years showing serious mental health issues, APS survey reveals
UOW to host international conference exploring mental health in sport
Scared of needles? Claustrophobic? One longer session of exposure therapy could help as much as several short ones
APS announced as key partner in Statewide Trauma Service
New Mental Health Statewide Trauma Service Step Closer
Millions to lose mental healthcare from 31 December following Medicare cuts
APS statement on east coast floods
APS statement on civil unrest in Iran
‘It’s important to be curious’: 92yo UNE alum on psychology,
We can’t solve Australia’s mental health emergency if we don’t train enough psychologists
Unskilled nation: Mental health sector left behind at Jobs and Skills Summit
Psychologists and psychiatrists say mental health must remain front of mind in Medicare
Long covid figures lays bare mental health challenges ahead
Urgent action required following release of National Mental Health and Wellbeing Survey
Psychologists must be at centre of primary school mental health reform
Bleak new figures confirm depth of mental health crisis
Psychologists applaud Federal Government commitment to mental health in schools
Mental health must be key focus of Albanese Government
Mental health investment vote winner
Crafting your work to increase job satisfaction
Federal Budget 22/23: Baby steps when leaps are needed
Mental health must remain key focus of incoming South Australian Government
Vital health support for flood-affected regions
Psychological expertise where we need it most: GPs not only answer to our mental health crisis
APS statement on invasion of Ukraine conflict
Unpaid, underfunded and overworked: Psychologists on brink
Working from home deadly risk
APS welcomes Telehealth and Better Access certainty for millions of Australians
APS statement on retirement of Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt
Mental health investment relies on boosting workforce
Psychologist’s message for Melbourne after this morning’s earthquake
1000 Play Streets launched to boost outdoor play
Building Stronger Council Culture For Everyone’s Benefit
Statement about unfolding situation in Afghanistan
APS wins ICP2028 Melbourne bid
Melbourne Lands Global Psychology Congress
Group excursions boost happiness in older people: new study
Australian Psychological Society welcomes advanced compensation payments for survivors
Detention has alarming impact on mental health, warn psychologists
Psychologists applaud Victoria’s historic investment in mental health