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Educating the innovators for community mental health promotionWhile there's far more focus than there has ever been on the importance of mental health; worldwide, the majority of people with mental health concerns do not access the care they need to transform their lives. This is particularly the case in South Africa, where the need is staggeringly high and exacerbated by widespread chronic poverty, crime, unemployment, violence, disease, discrimination and domestic abuse. 23 Sep 2019 Read more

450 SACAP graduates to boost mental health workforceAmidst South Africa's escalating mental health crisis, comes the good news that, this year, the qualified and work-ready graduates of SACAP's (The South African College of Applied Psychology) various coaching, counselling and psychology study programmes number more than 450. 24 Jun 2019 Read more

SACAP: University application dates for 2019Still unsure what to do with the coming year? SACAP's (The South African College of Applied Psychology) term 2 intake means it's not too late to advance your studies. Here are the options available to you. 3 May 2019 Read more

Festival of Learning: highlighting 'Education for Social Change'Education, whether formal or informal learning, is the key driver of the social change we would all like to see in South Africa. SACAP (the South African College of Applied Psychology) has announced that this will be the dynamic theme of the 2019 Festival of Learning which will be held in Cape Town on 23 and 24 May and in Johannesburg on 30 and 31 May 2019. 8 Apr 2019 Read more

Empowering women takes centre stage with this SACAP-trained coachThere's nothing boring about 39-year-old Samareh Rahnavardi. Born in Iran's capital city Tehran, she travelled extensively with her family from the age of five, immigrated to Botswana when she was 14 and finally settled in South Africa in her twenties. She's been calling Cape Town her home ever since. 22 Mar 2019 Read more


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