The Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute functions as an advanced teaching, training and research facility for postgraduate students (Provisional Psychologists) in the Master of Psychology (Clinical) and Master of Professional Psychology programs at USC.
Through their training in the Psychology Clinic, Provisional Psychologists develop knowledge and skills necessary to work as professional clinical psychologists.
Dads need to be heard on co-parenting conflict
Dads in conflict over the care of their children are encouraged to take part in USC research to help create a better understanding of the support they need as parents.
USC appoints new leaders in business and social sciences
The University of the Sunshine Coast is celebrating the arrival of two new academic leaders, whose appointments will further boost USC’s reputation for providing world-class teaching and research.
Social toll of parenting at heart of loneliness study
Parents’ social lives can take a hit after having children and USC researchers are studying how this can lead to an overall feeling of loneliness.
There’s a new New Year’s resolution in town
For those whose New Year’s resolutions are already falling by the wayside, a researcher from the University of the Sunshine Coast suggests a shift in focus could help.
23 October 2017
USC Psychology celebrates top national ranking
The overall experience of students in USC’s Psychology program has been ranked the best of all public universities in Australia.
26 September 2017
Psychology researchers target foetal alcohol spectrum disorder
USC Psychology academics and students will work to improve the diagnosis and care of children with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) on the Sunshine Coast, following the announcement of a $1.37 million Australian Government grant.