APS Member Groups
The APS Branches support members and promote the profession of psychology at a state and regional level.
Australian Capital Territory
Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
New England Northwest
NSW Central Coast
NSW Far-South Coast
NSW Mid-North Coast
NSW North Coast
NSW Western Region
Central Australia Branch
NT Top End
Bundaberg-Hervey Bay Region
Outer Eastern Melbourne Branch
WA Great Southern
There are nine APS Colleges representing a range of different areas in psychology.
APS College of:
Educational and Developmental Psychologists
Sport and Exercise Psychologists
APS Interest Groups
There are 48 APS Interest Groups covering a wide range of special interests.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and Psychology
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Psychology
Buddhism and Psychology
Child Sexual Abuse Issues and Psychology
Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology
Christianity and Psychology
Dispute Resolution and Psychology
Diverse Bodies, Genders, and Sexualities
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Psychology
Family Law and Psychology
Military and Emergency Services and Psychology
Narrative Theory & Practice in Psychology
Neurofeedback and Psychology
Occupational Health Psychology
Perinatal and Infant Psychology
Personal Construct Psychology
Personality and Individual Differences Psychology
Psychologists for Peace
Psychologists for the Promotion of Animal Welfare
Psychologists in Oncology
Psychologists in Schools
Psychology and Ageing
Psychology and Complementary Therapies
Psychology and Cultures
Psychology and Substance Use
Psychology and the Environment
Psychology and Yoga
Psychology from an Islamic Perspective
Psychology in the Public Sector
Psychology of Eating, Weight and Body Image
Psychology of Intellectual Disability & Autism
Psychology of Relationships
Psychopharmacology and Psychology
Psychosis and Psychology
Refugee Issues and Psychology
Rural and Remote Psychology
Sufism and Psychology
Supervision in Psychology
Trauma and Psychology
Women and Psychology
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How to Join
CPD and Events
Download the minutes from the Gippsland Branch meetings:
29 March 2011
Branch Chairs Forum
Speakers were Jeremy Parker, forensic psychologist,
Sarah Schluter, clinical psychologist
The speaker was Carol Tuchner - Psychologist
'The challenges of keeping disengaged young people engaged: Hearing what they are saying and addressing their needs'
10 June 2008
The speaker was Dr Jan Costin – Clinical Psychologist
"Disruptive behaviour disorders in primary school aged children and their treatment through parent work"
Wedneday 11 March 2008
This was a peer group supervision session based on DVD of Andrew Fuller presentation
Developing Emotional Resilience in Children
Wedneday 11 December 2007
Speaker was David W Bruce "Forensic reminiscences"
Wednesday 19 September 2007
Presentation by Workcover and TAC "Working with compensatible clients"
Tuesday 12 June 2007
Speaker was Evelyn Field "Bullying"
Tuesday 13 March 2007
Speaker was Dr John Burnett "Self Harming Behaviour in Adolescents"
Tuesday 12 December 2006
Speaker was Dr Pauline Bennett "Animals and Psychology"
Tuesday 12 September 2006
Speaker was Peter Little "Practicle Approaches to Relationship Counselling"
Tuesday 13 June 2006
Speaker was Dr Helen Lindner "Evidence Based Practice"
Tuesday 11 April 2006
Speaker was Mary MacNamara and John Mutsaers "Arts Billabong Program"
Tuesday 7 February 2006
Speaker was Andrew Hughes "Childhood Situational Factors: Assessed as factors for later offending"
Wednesday 13 December 2005
Wednesday 12 October 2005
Speaker was Kath Kneebone" KITES project"
Wednesday 10 August 2005
Future Directions Meeting
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