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Category: Applied Psychology and Suicidology

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Walk and talk for Wellness – a new and innovative counselling service

We know that being active, experiencing the outdoors, and connecting with others, are all important for our health, wellbeing and life satisfaction – so why… Read More

Seeking participants for a study on managing stress

A research project led by Griffith University is exploring how Australian adults use Facebook to meet their social support needs at a time where social… Read More

Time to indulge this World Chocolate Day!

This Tuesday 7 July 2020 is World Chocolate Day, and as Health Check is focused on providing advice on studying health and living a healthy life, we… Read More

Some important facts and tips around Men’s Health

It’s fair to say that on average, men often overlook their health when compared to their female counterparts. Some of the statistics around men’s health… Read More

Today is World Eating Disorders Action Day

June 2nd is World Eating Disorders Action Day, an awareness day organised by a global collective of thousands of individual activists, and by more than… Read More

Turning life’s challenges into a change-making career opportunity

Ingrid Ozols is a graduate of the Master of Suicidology program. Her work sees her telling her personal story to deliver… Read More

Returning to work after COVID-19

As restrictions lift across Australia, many people will soon be faced with a return to work, school and study, which Griffith University’s… Read More

Psychological advice for coping with COVID-19

with Professors Grant Devilly and Mark Kebbell Professors Mark Kebbell and Grant Devilly from our School of Applied Psychology delivered a live… Read More

Kids Connect Social Skills program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Is your child experiencing difficulties connecting with other children and making or maintaining friendships? Kids Connect is a 10 week social skills program designed specifically for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Read More

Erin Condrin – Invaluable Contributions

When Bachelor of Psychological Science student Erin Condrin was looking to study at university she was looking for flexibility and inclusivity, which she found at… Read More