The APS Sydney Branch presents the first in a series of seminars for students on the important topic of the National Psychology Exam. Featuring practical strategies and war stories from two recent survivors of this borderline-traumatic rite of professional passage, Ms Rose Evans and Mr Wayne Jennings present different strategies and approaches to tackling this exam with success. This seminar will include discussion time in order to allow for an interactive environment with students and allow for any burning questions to be answered.
About the presenter(s)
Since 2016, Rose Evans has been a director of PSYCHmatters, an established business of psychologists and speech therapists. Rose frequently presents at community events on child and adolescent anxiety, and is passionate about psychological assessment and testing. Working closely with Macquarie University on several projects involving children and adolescents, Rose is particularly suited to presenting on the topic of the National Psychology Exam, having recently passed this exam herself, and currently undertaking the role of Early Career Representative for the APS Sydney Branch Committee.
Mr Wayne Jennings is a registered psychologist working in private practice in Burwood and Concord. Wayne works with individuals of all ages with a range of mental health issues, adopting evidence-based psychological interventions including but not limited to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and Family/Group Therapy. Wayne also has experience with psychological testing and assessment, and has recently passed the National Psychology Exam himself.