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Promoting Excellence In Psychological Health & Wellbeing

Updates from the Aspiring Psychological Professional Subnetwork

26 Jan

Read more from Amy and Rachel, Co-Chairs of the APP Subnetwork

The Aspiring Psychological Professions (APP) Subnetwork is excited to announce that the subnetwork has officially launched and currently has over 400 members. We are now recruiting for our committee, with lots of roles available. More information and the application form can be found here:

The APP subnetwork aims to join-up the voices of those who will make up the future workforce, ensuring this voice is heard and understood in workforce planning and policy. Plans for our first year include career development and networking opportunities through events as well as involvement in projects that affect aspiring psychological professionals.

We also recently participated in a webinar where we provided practical tips for those interested in a career in the psychological professions. The event was recorded and will be available to watch at  for the next twelve months. This event formed part of our national conference – Psychological Professions Week – and there are many other fantastic talks available to watch that may be of interest.

Finally, we’d be grateful if you could spread the word to any other aspiring psychological professionals in the South East who may be interested in joining the subnetwork. You can join the PPN SE here and find out more about the PPN and the network’s vision.

Amy Pound and Rachel Nethercott

Co-Chairs of the APP Subnetwork

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