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Course results for Graduate Certificate Psychology & mental health Degrees


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  • Curtin University

    Understand how and why people think and act in business

    See how psychology contributes to business. Apply psychological theory to current business practices, learning to make informed decisions and solve problems. Understand what drives consumers, managers, and organisational culture.

  • Curtin University

    For justice and health professionals interested in psychology

    See how psychology interacts with the legal and criminal justice system. Explore the connections between crime and mental health. Deepen your understanding of victims and offenders. Apply your knowledge of human behaviour to real world settings.

  • Open Universities Australia

    OUA-PSU-GCE | Postgraduate

    Gain confidence and credibility in your area of expertise

    Study for the skills you need to remain competitive in the workplace, without needing time away from work or family. Courses are provided by leading Australian universities and cover a huge range of topics. Supercharge your career next study term.

  • Griffith University

    Crime, the causes of crime, and justice

    Gain an overview of the theory, research methodology, and the workings of the criminal justice system. Study crime analysis, mapping, intelligence, forensic mental health, prevention, and law and behaviour to work in criminal justice fields.

  • Griffith University

    Positively impact lives by changing behaviour in meaningful ways

    Get ready to join the diverse group of professionals delivering applied behaviour analysis (ABA) services in health, education, and community settings. Learn how to measure and assess clients’ behaviour. Study the different forms of intervention.

  • Griffith University

    Support the mental health needs of your community

    Get set for a career in mental health support. Designed for work in community settings, such as nursing, rehabilitation, police liaison, housing, or disability support. Delve into evidence-based research, and collaborate with carers.

  • Griffith University

    GRF-SPS-GCE | Postgraduate

    Engage with suicide intervention and prevention

    Whether you’re dealing with suicide in a practical or academic context, you’ll have a scientific and theoretical basis to work from. Apply your knowledge to research, policy and planning, in areas like health, education, and law enforcement.

  • Griffith University

    Become a recognised forensic mental health specialist

    Gain a broad knowledge of forensic mental health and its overlap with the criminal justice system and mental health services. For psychologists, social workers, nurses and psychiatrists to be able to practice at an advanced level.

  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-MNH-GCE | Postgraduate

    Help others address their mental health concerns

    Deepen your understanding of mental health care so that you can support clients in a clinical health setting. Get to know current treatment approaches and discover how to conduct assessments. Use your certificate as a stepping stone into further postgraduate study.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Improve learning outcomes for people facing complex mental health challenges

    Develop an awareness of common mental health conditions that can present in the classroom. You’ll learn about anxiety, depression and eating disorders–and how to create a supportive school community. Create inclusive and ethical learning environments.