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How AI could transform future of psychology profession
Health Professional & Industry Roundtable
World Mental Health Day 2023 – Mental health is a universal human right 
Psychology and Public Health Dean appointed
APS secures funding to offer free supervisor training to psychologists
Our response to Australia’s National Health and Climate Strategy
APS helps make Victorian homes more environmentally sustainable 
New framework to support the mental health of disaster-affected communities
APS statement on bus crash in Hunter Valley, NSW
Congratulations to our 2023 King’s Birthday Honours recipients
Peak psychology body supports Voice to Parliament
Assistant Minister McBride – speech at the Mental Health Australia Policy Forum – 11 May 2023
Workforce boost a win for psychologists and patients, says psychology peak body
ANU research shows government must act on psychology crisis
Ageing with dignity: APS urges more support in residential aged care as 3 in 5 experience mental ill-health
APS joins Justice Reform Initiative
APS welcomes findings of long COVID inquiry but says more needs to be done to support people with the condition and manage…
Most people already think climate change is ‘here and now’, despite what we’ve been told
Virtual reality lifeguard training may help save lives
APS recommendations from Esther Foundation inquiry supported by Western Australian Government
APS Fellow Professor Greg Murray wins the prestigious international Wellcome UK grant
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2023 
Mental health workers unite to call for urgent action on state’s mental health crisis ahead of NSW election
APS advocacy in action as we secure positive changes to the Disability Support Pension
APS statement on earthquake in Turkey and Syria
Psychologists issue a code red for mental health as climate disasters continue to have an impact
Is your child anxious about starting school? The approaches we use for children with disability can help all families
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