Psychology in a Future South Africa: The Need for a National Psychology Development Programme

Psychology in a Future South Africa: The Need for a National Psychology Development Programme

This research was part of a continuing process aimed at developing the psychological profession into one which contributes meaningfully to the context in which it is situated, as well as into one which is taken seriously. The credibility of the psychological profession depends on it being able to offer effective services to a broad spectrum of people in diverse circumstances.

 

Psychology in a Future South Africa
Brian Rock
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Brian is a psychoanalyst and a member of the British Psychoanalytical Society. He has an MBA from Henley Business School. Brian has published and presented widely on various topics related to mental health, Medically Unexplained Symptoms, and service development and service evaluation in primary care.

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