The APS connects journalists everyday with APS psychologists who are experienced in media relations. The media referral service features more than 200 APS psychologists from universities, government and non-government agencies, consulting firms, and private practices. These psychologists add psychological insight into popular culture and trends, and provide psychological expertise on human behaviour and relationships, as gained from evidence-based research and people's experiences.
If you are a journalist and would like to be put in touch with an APS psychologist, please email email@example.com . In order to manage the high volume of media requests and streamline the inquiry process it is preferable to use this email. However, if you have an urgent or same day request, please call 03 8662 3300 to be put through to a relevant member of the APS Media team.
Journalist e-newsletter: Keep up-to-date with the latest news from the APS and find out about our key experts by subscribing to our journalist e-newsletter. If you would like to be added to the subscriber list for the APS Media e-newsletter for journalists email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an APS member and would like to be involved in this service, please contact the APS on (03) 8662 3300. You will need to complete a media referral nomination form before being added to our database.
If you are a student: we regret that due to the volume of enquiries we receive, we are unable to provide contacts for students of journalism, or for university publications.
Information sheets are available on common reasons why people see a psychologist, such as relationship problems and depression. They outline causes, symptoms and treatments in an easy-to-understand format for the public and other health professionals. View details
Tip Sheets are a great media resource and are written to inform clients about a range of common psychological issues and how psychologists can help. Please contact the APS on (03) 8662 3300, +61 435 896 444 or email@example.com for Tip Sheets on the following topics:
APS Position Statements and Review Papers explore and review research on contemporary social issues, such as euthanasia and gambling. They are produced under the auspices of the Manager of Psychology in the Public Interest. Please contact the APS on (03) 8662 3300, +61 435 896 444 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the following position statements.
The APS Code of Ethics outlines the principles of professional conduct, responsibilities, and confidentiality by which APS members are required to abide. The Code was developed to safeguard the welfare of clients and the integrity of the profession. Download the Code of Ethics and other related information from our Ethics section.
For copies or further information about any of these media resources, please contact email@example.com.