Study at ISN Psychology TEQSA approved Institute of Higher Education PRV14102
From 2022, both ‘live online’ and ‘face-to-face’ onsite coursework teaching options are available at ISN Psychology – utilising the latest technologies and its extensive facilities to provide a rich learning experience with lifestyle flexibility. Lectures are also recorded and available to be viewed by enrolled students through our learning management system Moodle.
Our extensive clinical facilities and broader psychology network allow for face to face skill based practical training and placements. With clinics in Kew, Ivanhoe and Bundoora, ISN Clinic is a leading partner in providing work integrated learning opportunities, a key component for postgraduate training.
What’s News at ISN
Graduate Diploma, Honours and Master of Psychology (Clinical) are APAC approved without conditions
Meeting all the Accreditation Standards.
Final Round for Semester 1 2023 Intake
New Teaching and Clinical Hub in Kew
Now Open, 2022
We are pleased to announce that our Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies, Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Clinical) have all been approved by APAC without conditions. A program is granted accreditation without conditions when it meets all the Accreditation Standards.
Apply now for 2023 intake. Our courses are offered with face-to-face and telecast live online to create flexibility in learning. ISN Psychology’s Ivanhoe campus in Melbourne, Victoria is set near the Austin medical precinct where students will benefit from ISN Psychology’s collaboration with world-class research organisations. Skill-based teaching options will also be available at our site in Kew, Victoria. All ISN Psychology courses are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).
ISN has a new centre of excellence in teaching and practice. ISN Clinic Health and Wellbeing Centre incorporates the ISN Human Performance Clinic. This new site in Cotham Road Kew is situated only 100m from Glenferrie Road and approximately 5km east of Melbourne’s CBD. The site enjoys excellent public transport access with trams passing the front door at Cotham Road and Glenferrie Road.
ISN Welcomes Associate Professor Sonja Skocic
Starting January 2023 as Co-Director of Professional and Clinical Programs and Master of Psychology (Clinical) and Doctor of Psychology Co-ordinator
Associate Professor Skocic BSc., Grad Dip Psych., Grad Dip Movement & Dance., MPsych, PhD is an experienced psychotherapist, lecturer and researcher who has dedicated many years to better understanding and treating a range of conditions that impact on people’s health and well-being.
Sonja has supported people with eating disorders and their families for over 25 years and held leadership positions at Royal Melbourne Hospital Eating Disorder Inpatient Unit, The Melbourne Clinic's Eating Disorder inpatient and day programs, and worked on the Executive Committee of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders.