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The tertiary preparation programme intensive school (TPPIS) for Year 12 school leavers offered young people from low socio-economic status (LSES) backgrounds an alternative pathway to university, a second chance at tertiary entrance and ultimately for some, a fast track to a better future. The...
Few studies have examined the effectiveness of interventions to improve mental health in the unemployed. Current evidence points to interventions improving mental health but having little, if any, impact on reemployment. In the Australian context, psychological services continue to be delivered...
Despite their high intellectual caliber, gifted high school students may experience very unique barriers and challenges in their career exploration and planning. As such, this group of students need much help when it comes to career guidance and counseling in the school setting. Being cognizant...
An example is presented of a career intervention developed for a group of seven refugee or humanitarian entrant non-university bound senior high school students aged 15–19 years, enrolled at a, years 7–12, catholic education college in a small regional city in Australia. The intervention was...
Mental health consumers in Australia have a basic right of access to high-quality mental health assessment and treatment. Given that universities are the entry point to the training process, they have a responsibility to train high-quality clinicians. Clinical psychology is the sub-discipline of...
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