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Griffith is ranked in the top 200 for Psychology in the world by QS World University Rankings. Many of our lecturers have earned national teaching awards for excellence, including University Teacher of the Year. We are leaders in education in Australia and offer accredited degree training in the disciplines of psychology counselling, suicidology, and health services management.

Our strong focus on skill-based courses and applying discipline specific knowledge across a broad range of professional contexts is unique, and essential if you are to provide effective assistance for people with personal, health, vocational, or social difficulties or lead workplace initiatives in the health sector.

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Top 200 for 2021

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Our researchers are leading the way and making discoveries that are shaping the future of society. We have significant engagement with industry as well as strong collaborations with national and international experts. Our areas of research strength encompass health behaviour and illness management, child and parent interventions, youth development, workplace health and wellbeing, health leadership, cognition and performance, and adult learning.

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Our teaching initiatives have been benchmarked as national best practice, and our staff have received national awards for excellence in teaching. Students have the opportunity to engage in work-integrated learning at all levels of training.


The Griffith Health Clinics provide high-quality, affordable psychological services for the students and the general public.

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Committed to developing healthy communities through exceptional health and medical research. A key focus is the translatable potential of our research and how likely is it to drive improved outcomes in human health and wellbeing.

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One of less than 20 male Aboriginal Registered Psychologists nationally, and a strong Gamilaroi man, Clinton Schultz founded Marumali Consultations to provide culturally responsive wellbeing support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. A Bachelor of Psychological Science 2007 and Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours 2008 graduate, Clinton consults around organisational cultural responsiveness, and on the Queensland Child Deaths Case Review Panel. He also provides key guidance on supporting Indigenous children.

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Mt Gravatt campus

Room 4.09, Level 4 Psychology Building (M24) Griffith University Messines Ridge Road Mt Gravatt Qld 4122

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Room 7.97, Level 7 Ian O'Connor Building (G40) Parklands Drive Southport Qld 4222