December 2004

 
InPsych December 2004

Psychology at its most popular but at what cost?
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

Supporting the workers: Psychology and humanitarian aid
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor

APS members only:

Psychosocial impact of mobile phone use amongst adolescents
By Rebecca Mathews, Researcher, Professional Issues

President's Note: Communication - the key to success
By Amanda Gordon, APS President

Privacy reminder on disclosure
By Mick Symons, Manager, Membership Services

October 2004

 
InPsych October 2004

Workplace stress: environmental and individual factors
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

Fighting back: Workplace bullying in Australia
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor

APS members only:

President's Note: Past, present and the future of the APS
By Paul Martin, FAPS, APS President

Caps off to HICAPS
By David L Stokes MAPS, Manager, Professional Issues

Better Outcomes in Mental Health Care
By Rebecca Mathews MAPS, APS Research Officer

Insurance update: Disturbing trends revealed
By Mick Symons, Manager Member Services

 

August 2004

 
InPsych August 2004

Out of bounds - The influence of sporting heroes
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

Do help lines help young Australians?
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor

Copycat suicide: The influence of the media
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor

Ethnicity of the APS membership
By Mick Symons, Manager Member Services

APS members only:

Reviewing the Society
By Paul Martin, FAPS, APS President

Integration of Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Drug Alcohol Services – but how?
By Lyn Littlefield OAM MAPS, APS Executive Director

Department of Veterans’ Affairs: Report on members’ survey
By David L Stokes MAPS, Manager, Professional Issues and Rebecca Mathews MAPS, APS Research Officer

Australian suicide trends: 1991 – 2001
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor 

 

June 2004

 
InPsych June 2004

The man behind the mask: male body image dissatisfaction
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor

Psychosocial outcomes in cosmetic surgery
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

The secret life of body dysmorphic disorder
By Steven Gregor, InPsych production editor

APS members only:

President's Note
By Paul Martin, FAPS, APS President

Referral service online soon
By Mick Symons MAPS, Manager, Member Services

Reflections on elections
By Prasuna Reddy, Director of Social Issues and Susie Burke, APS Research Officer

Psychology and aged care in Australia
By David L. Stokes, Manager, Professional Issues

Should there be a BOMHC2?
By David L Stokes, Manager, Professional Issues

 

April 2004

 
InPsych April 2004

Obesity: attaining positive outcomes
By Rebecca Camilleri and Rebecca Mathews

Shop ‘til you drop: Battling compulsive shopping
By Daniela Intili, MAPS, journalist and psychologist

APS members only:

On being president
By Paul Martin, FAPS, APS President

But it wasn’t in the contract: avoiding the contractual hornet’s nest By David L. Stokes, Manager, Professional Issues with Frank Tinney, APS Workplace Issues Advisor

 

February 2004

 
InPsych February 2004

What factors prevent and promote forgiveness?
By Paula Bradley, InPsych production editor

APS members only:

President's Message: New body for accrediting courses in psychology By Paul Martin FAPS, APS President

How psychology informs cancer treatment and prevention
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

Staying cool in 2004: Interest Group conferences and awards
By Prasuna Reddy, Director of Social Issues

Marry in haste, repent at leisure: Professional relationships in private practice
By David L. Stokes, Manager Professional Issues with Frank Tinney, APS Workplace Issues Advisor