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.
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.
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.
8 December 2016
Psychologist takes purr-fect approach to get dogged problems to heel
Treating problems as if they are dogs is a novel approach to dealing with difficulties recommended by University of the Sunshine Coast academic Dr Prudence Millear in her new book ‘The Benefits of a Light Heart’.
27 April 2016
Mental health focus for Gympie Masters graduate
University of the Sunshine Coast graduate Emily Frampton has returned home to Gympie to provide professional health care for adults facing mental health issues.
3 August 2015
USC to establish Mind and Neuroscience Institute
The University of the Sunshine Coast has found a home for its planned Mind and Neuroscience Institute.
17 July 2015
Researcher to discuss concussion in junior sport
USC researcher Amanda Clacy will present a free public presentation on Monday 20 July on how sporting bodies may be able to better understand and manage concussion in junior players.