Australian Psychological Society | Believe in Change

do we celebrate when a baby stuff walking it is walking into symbol of change of getting from where we are to where we want to be whether it's facing your fears or taking time out to find yourself whether it's walking into a relationship or out of it whether it's stepping into a new job or facing life without them only love there are many parts in working lifetime but none of them have to be walked alone as ApS psychologists we're trying to put ourselves in motion and help you get to where you want to be

10 thoughts on “Australian Psychological Society | Believe in Change

  • Nice but exceptionally non-inclusive, all clear faces are female (no males except for one blurry, small image in the background of a scene) and White and between 20 and 40 years of age (no Asian or African or Aboriginal faces or feet), no shoes in wheelchairs (many people in Australia cannot walk), no gay or lesbian images, no images of tattered shoes that may belong to the poor or homeless, no people who may have health issues around weight. When all these people are excluded from images in an ad, then viewers in these groups have no one to identify with. If one sums up these excluded groups, then we are left with an ad that includes maybe 5 to 10% of the Australian population. What is the APS message here?

  • Excellent!! Very encouraging and honest about the work most psychologists care for; to ease the suffering of our fellow humans beings. 😊

  • Great work APS! This is the most accurate and concise representation I've yet seen in the media of what practising psychologists aim to do. Julian McNally, MAPS

  • Change can mean so many things…I love the message that no-one has to go through change alone.

  • Well done APS. Such a great step towards highlighting the help that psychologists can offer to those who are struggling.

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