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IN THE MEDIA: Highlights

Over the past 12 months, our President Dr Marjorie Collins has done an amazing job at getting the voice of Clinical Psychology into the Media around the country.  Below is a snapshot of just some of the media outlets she has featured in.

More recent media activity:

On 9 May 2023, Marjorie attended a busy #MeetTheMedia event designed to induct attendees to ‘what the media want’. This ticket was free, as premium members of Media Stable.

This is billed as Australia’s leading media introduction event, designed to bring the decision-makers of media together with the experts and leaders of industry to better understand each other. I met Senior Producers, Editors, Chiefs of Staff, Presenters, and Journalists who are the gatekeepers of their mediums, learning what they look for in a story, how best to pitch a story, the preferred way to contact desired media, what the media expect from us and what to expect from the media.  This event helped to build some authentic relationships with the media.

Joint ICP and ACPA MEDIA RELEASE:  Psychology collaboration will help ease ADHD diagnosis bottleneck. This media release generated several radio interviews across the nation for ICP’s president and an article in The Australian.

Joint ICP, ACPA and Lived Experience Media ReleaseCall to end silence on Medicare July 24 2023

The Australian: Warning on ADHD online quiz assessment (featuring Marjorie Collins and Derek Cohen) July 18, 2023

ICP President, Marjorie Collins, has been busy with media engagement including:

  • Appearing on Channel 9’s news afternoon and evening bulletins discussing Burnout.
  • Canberra Times 18 May 2023: Slashing rebated sessions with no alternative is lazy policy.
  • Radio interview on 6PR 15 May 2023: Psychologists hit back at health minister calling psychology rebates ‘lazy’.

Upcoming: Marjorie has been invited to an exclusive event, ‘a Night with the Media’.