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Psychologist/clinician

Role and key duties

Psychologists/clinicians study human behaviour, conduct research and apply research findings in order to reduce distress and behavioural and psychological problems, and to promote mental health and rational behaviour in individuals and groups.

Duties may include: conducting therapeutic interviews and providing counselling; conducting psychological testing and assessing the results to identify the source of problems and determine treatment; researching psychological aspects of topics such as study motivation, teaching skills, occupational behaviour, working conditions and organisational structures; and providing follow-up services to groups and individuals for support and evaluation purposes.

Minimum qualification required

Completion of a Degree in Psychology.

Recommended qualification

Degree in Psychology.



Job Family

Health and allied health
Allied health is about the prevention, treatment and management of illness and ensuring the wellbeing of Victorians, young and old. Allied health professionals can work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and be hospital or community based.


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