Public Notice

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In the interest of public safety, we would like to notify members of the public that they should not seek and receive psychological services such as measurement, assessment, and evaluation of intellectual abilities, occupational or educa-tional aptitudes, motivational dispositions, personality traits, emotional adjustment, and mental health from unregis-tered practitioners as it puts them at risk. […]

Psychology of Bereavement

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Our Associate member Mr Theresi Sibanda npresenting on psychology of bereavement at the Zimbabwe Association of funeral Assures in byo 01/08/17

Inaugural Meeting – Bulawayo Chapter

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Dear Colleagues Good news to Zimbabwe Psychological Association Members in Bulawayo and surrounding areas!  The Bulawayo Chapter of ZPA will be holding their inaugural meeting at Ingutsheni Hospital on Saturday, 8 April from 10am to 12 noon. This meeting is open to Psychologists and aspiring Psychologists.  Non members, social workers, and all those who have […]

What is the difference between the AHPCZ and ZPA?

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The Council is established by an Act of Parliament (Health Professions Act (Chapter. 27:19) whereas associations are established and governed by a Constitution. Registration with the Council is mandatory in terms of the ACT whereas membership with the associations is voluntary. However, it is in your best interest to form and join associations for CPD […]

Dear Aspiring Psychologist

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I have decided I will write to you today so you understand the journey of this profession. You may have finished high school and on top of your list of university degree option is Psychology or University selection team will thrust it upon you. Welcome aboard. In Zimbabwe Psychology is Masters-level profession. Undergraduate degree programs […]

Community Psychology

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Community Psychology focuses on the reciprocal relationship of the individual and their social, cultural, economic, political environmental, and international contexts.It seeks to understand problem situations within communities to allow for intervention and promote positive change, health and empowerment at individual and community level.