The Master of Psychology (Clinical) is a professionally-accredited degree that prepares you for a career as a specialist in the health services. It is approved by the Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychologists.
Your studies are a combination of coursework, placements, and a thesis to develop and strengthen your skills and knowledge so you are a confident and experienced practitioner ready to make a positive change in your community. Key areas of focus include interviewing and intervention strategies, biological and neuropsychological perspectives on disorders, psychological assessment and therapies, ethics and issues in professional practice, as well as advanced research methods.
After you accept your offer into this course, you must register with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a provisional psychologist before the study semester starts.