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Uni cancels training course in face of ‘chronic’ worker shortage

Psychology students struggle to gain qualifications they must have to practise.

The number of clinical psychologists being trained annually has remained unchanged for years.

Maria Slade Tue, 05 Jul 2022

Massey University has suspended a training course for professional psychologists in the face of a chronic mental health workforce shortage.

The university is not taking 2023 enrolments for the Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Practice (PGDipPP), which students must complete to become registered

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