Welcome to the student and early career (registrar) section of the CCLP. The current student representative on the National Committee is Selma Music and the early career representative is Belinda Bury. Our roles are to advocate for, and represent students enrolled in postgraduate Clinical Psychology training programs and those who are undertaking the Clinical Psychology Registrar Program.
Please feel free to contact us with any matters you would like raised to the National Committee. We can be contacted at the following email address: email@example.com
Students who are (A) enrolled in an APAC-accredited Masters or Doctorate program in Clinical Psychology AND (B) a current APS member/associate member/student subscriber, are eligible to join the College of Clinical Psychologists (CCLP) for $15.
To become a student subscriber either:
As a student member of the APS you will receive:
In addition, if you join the CCLP you will receive specific Clinical Psychology support including:
If you would like to find out more about what clinical psychology is, what clinical psychologists do and what the current training pathways are, then please see the following presentation from the APS Melbourne Branch Careers Information Day September 2014
APS Psych Student HQ (http://www.psychology.org.au/studentHQ) also has information of pathways and resources to support psychology students.
As of 2015, there are over 39 APAC Accredited Clinical Psychology post-grad programs available in Australia. For more information: https://www.psychologycouncil.org.au/course-search/australia/
Psychologists who (A) have completed an APAC-accredited Masters or Doctorate program in Clinical Psychology AND (B) are a current APS member/associate member, are eligible to join the College of Clinical Psychologists (CCLP) for $178.
To become an associate member either:
We would love you to become involved in the college!
Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/APSClinicalPsychologists
Please check out our new forum https://groups.psychology.org.au/Forum/Board.aspx?ID=33 available only to members), which provides the opportunity for you to post and communicate with the membership community.
Come along to our events – check out our national and state-based events, including the APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference.
Get in touch – we currently have a few ideas in the works about how to better support students and registrars. If you have any suggestions then please feel free to email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact your local state committee.