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Indigenous Psychological Services (IPS): community intervention programs

 

Overview

This private company was formed to address a lack of mental health services for Aboriginal people. Services commenced from Western Australia but programs are also delivered in New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, the Northern Territory and Victoria.

The two main community intervention focuses are:

Adapted from Indigenous Psychological Services (IPS)

Contacts

Indigenous Psychological Services
PO Box 1198
East Victoria Park WA 6981
Ph: (08) 9362 2036
Fax: (08) 9362 5546
Email: ips@ips.iinet.net.au

Related publications

Westerman T (2007)

The value of unique service provision for Aboriginal Australians - the benefits of starting from scratch.

Paper presented at the Psychology and Indigenous Australians: Teaching Practice and Theory Conference. 12-13 July 2007, Southern Cross University

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Last updated: 7 August 2013
 
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