Students who satisfactorily complete the Master of Professional Psychology Practice will have capacity to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge: 

  • Analyse, articulate and synthesise psychology as a systematic body of knowledge. 
  • Analyse, synthesise and critically reflect on psychological constructs, models and theories. 
  • Administer and interpret a comprehensive range of psychological tests and assessments. 
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skills for different audiences, as well as effective oral and written communication. 
  • Apply a range of evidence-based psychotherapies. 
  • Liaise and collaborate with other allied health professionals in a range of professional and applied settings.