The Brisbane Area Branch holds a variety of professional and social events during the year. View details below:
There is a general members' meeting on the second Wednesday evening of every second month (March, May, July, September, November). All members are welcome to attend.
2013 meeting dates will be sent to members by email. Meetings open at 6.15 for a prompt 6.30pm start.
REGISTRATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL. Members are asked to register online to assist with room bookings - please check the branch website or events calendar.
Postgraduate Psychology Programs Exposition
August 2014 (11am-4pm)
Pullman Hotel King George Square, Ann Street Brisbane
The APS Brisbane Area Branch coordinates an annual expo on postgraduate programs in psychology. Representatives from educational institutions throughout QLD provide information about honours, masters, doctoral, and professional doctorate, and 5+1 degrees in psychology. Representatives from APS are on hand to answer questions about membership and career options.
Throughout the day representatives from the APS Colleges provide information about the various specialisations within psychology. A schedule of the presentations will be provided on the day .
Entry is free. The expo is promoted using branch and university student email lists. Please contact Nicola Burton (email@example.com or tel 07 3365 6282) for more information.
National Psychology Week
National Psychology Week is held each year during the second week of November. Past Branch activities have included a display stand at a major shopping centre, displays in Brisbane City Council libraries, public talks, and members events. If you have ideas for additional activities during this year's National Psychology Week, please let us know.
Several groups were awarded small grants to support promotional activities during National Psychology Week in 2011 and 2012. We will invite applications from members in 2013. Examples of successful recipient activites are below.
St Mary’s College Ipswich hosted a number of activities to increase the visibility of psychology and psychological issues amongst students and staff. A poster competition required entrants to promote the messages “Think Well. Be Well” or “Beating Stress” to teenagers. An information stall provided booklets, tip sheets and pamphlets relevant to the profession of psychology, general mental health issues and accessing psychological care. Career-related information including information about university courses and the study of psychology was also on offer.