National Psychology Week is an annual initiative of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), that aims to increase public awareness of how psychology can help Australians lead healthier, happier and more meaningful lives. The theme this year is the Power of Human Connection, and the campaign is looking to captivate a wider audience through social media to raise greater awareness and break down the stigma of mental health.
You can take part in this years National Psychology Week by checking out the APS’s Tips to Connect to Thrive, use their online resources, sign up to their Blog, or download the results of the comprehensive report into Loneliness in Australia.
If you are studying Psychology, or are interested in finding out more about psychology, take a look at the many psychology resources the Library has to offer online and in print:
- The CSU Library Psychology Libguides, packed with eBooks, Journal databases, web resources and more.
- Our Psychology Journal Databases page – listing the key and useful journal databases, plus videos, multimedia and news sites.
- The Alexander Street Press Counselling and Therapy in Video series – providing a thorough grounding in dozens of therapeutic methods and diagnoses.
- The PsycBOOKS(OVID) eBook collection, containing more than 6,000 titles.
- The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: DSM-5. Available as an eBook and print book from the CSU Library.