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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
Mental illness shouldn’t be a rite-of-passage for older Australians says peak body for psychologists
APS welcomes Victoria’s ban on gay conversion practices
Productivity Commission: Psychologists welcome opportunity for generational reform
Psychology providing a way forward for 1 in 3 Australians living with pain
A psychologist in every school to make sure no Victorian child is left behind
2020-21 Federal Budget Analysis
Federal Budget: Psychologists applaud doubling of Medicare sessions & welcome focus on system reform
Psychologists welcome Government’s decision to increase mental health services in aged care
Researchers recognised as national leaders
Australia’s psychologists welcome telehealth extension, and call for it to be made permanent
APS appoints Dr Zena Burgess PhD as Chief Executive Officer
APS calls for two key changes to Medicare to ensure mental health support for all
Federal Government decision to increase mental health support to Victorians a positive commitment
School psychologists help students get back on track
Psychologists welcome appointment of Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Mental Health
Psychologists warn loneliness is a looming health issue
Australians urged to take care of their emotional health during COVID-19
Online forum to tackle loneliness and social isolation
Psychologists urge Australians to seek support for their mental health during COVID-19
Whole of population telehealth for patients, general practice
Psychologists welcome Federal Government commitment to Australians’ mental health during COVID-19 outbreak
COVID-19: Whole of population telehealth for patients, general practice, primary care and other medical services
Psychologists welcome health fund telehealth support of Australians’ mental health during COVID-19 outbreak
Telehealth for all psychology appointments critical to stopping spread of COVID-19
Psychologists call on Federal Government to better support Australians’ mental health during COVID-19 outbreak
Coronavirus: psychologists offer advice for maintaining positive mental health
Psychologists welcome Australian Government action on suicide prevention and mental health
Create a new Christmas tradition – extend a hand of friendship
Not everyone is rocking around Christmas tree
APS partners with AFL’s Tackle Your Feelings program to help local footy coaches
Psychologists welcome Victoria’s mental health reform agenda
Time to act on climate crisis is now
Psychologists welcome Productivity Commission’s call to action on mental health
2019 Workplace Excellence Awards
Australian Health Psychologists Combat Addiction to Pain Killers
Australian Health Psychologists Combat Pain Killer Addiction
Psychologists in demand but access still a major concern, says APS
APS statements on surgery for transgender minors