News and Events @ Cairnmillar
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Dr Francis Macnab finds himself, like many, in a new spiritual, emotional, and psychological territory. It is called older age. He finds it helps to understand where we have come from, where we want to be, and how to get there. And perhaps most importantly, what we...
Cairnmillar Community Clinics offer free remote-access counselling with provisionally registered, postgraduate psychologists. These sessions can be accessed from anywhere around Australia!
Cairnmillar is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for everyone. Our Psychologists and Academic Staff are currently working as per usual, with many processes in place to ensure quality care. This includes online teaching for our higher education...
We extend our traditional psychology, counselling and assessment services to include a low-cost community clinic at our new North Melbourne office.
Our APAC accredited Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) fourth year course meets the requirements for an advanced study in psychology, and is currently accepting applications for the mid-year 2020 intake.
This nationally recognised course teaches adults how to provide initial support to adults who are developing a mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Improve your knowledge of mental illnesses, their treatment, and develop the skills and confidence to support a friend, family member, co-worker or client.
Boredom a Key Gambling Trigger; More Help for Eating Disorders; Improving the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Dandenong.
These stories and more in our latest newsletter.
This Nationally Recognised Training qualification is targeted at learners who wish to enhance their skills in careers development and assessment. Read more and express your Interest for mid-year 2020.
Children, adolescents, adults of all ages and families can be seen without a referral or mental health care plan, with no limit to the number of sessions available.
Our information evenings provide an opportunity to talk directly to our staff, current students, and alumni to help you to make an informed decision about our courses. Applications for our February 2020 Intakes are now open. Learn more about our courses on offer, view...
Click here to view our courses on offer for 2020, including detailed information on placements, facilities available and more!
Theory and Practice of Mindfulness as a Therapeutic Intervention, Monday September 30
A foundational workshop providing participants with the basics of theory and practice of mindfulness as a therapeutic intervention and an orientation to psychotherapy.
Read our latest news, events and research, including our Clinical Bridging Programs, a Special Scottish Visitor, and the Mental Health First Aid in the bush.
The Cairnmillar Institute is looking forward to the annual graduation ceremony, on Tuesday 2nd May 2019 at the Malvern Town Hall. All are welcome and we encourage you to support our students and staff by acknowledging their achievements, applauding their contribution...
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), 4th Year Open Night Our APAC accredited Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) fourth year course meets the requirements for an advanced study in psychology, and is currently accepting applications for the mid-year 2019 intake. Join us on...
Gambling is everywhere. We see it in sports, community clubs, hotels, on television, radio, iPads and mobile phones. Without realising it, we can be creating the next generation of gamblers.
Cairnmillar has been involved in treating gambling additions, either individually or in groups, and we strongly support this video series as a preventative way to educate by raising awareness of the unseen, yet pervasive nature of gambling.
We welcome you to our upcoming Autism Spectrum Disorder conference, aimed at health professionals on 21st February and community groups including parents and teachers on 22nd February 2019.
Find out the range of topics to be discussed by keynote speakers including Prof Tony Attwood and Dr Michelle Garnett, and secure your place by clicking on the heading above.