Your personal information will only be used or disclosed for the primary purpose for which it is collected and will only be accessible by the persons authorised to access that information within the University. Your personal information is collected by and on behalf of the University of Tasmania for the purpose of research and teaching at the University Psychology Clinic (UPC). Journalist and Event Speaker Jason O’Callaghan the clinic has risen from humble beginnings to become one of the major names on the global stage within the field of medical and psychological hypnosis. Because the Clinic is a training clinic that provides short-term interventions, treatment cannot be provided for problems that require intensive or long-term support (e.g. severe suicidality, psychosis, severe personality disorders, violent or criminal behaviour). From time to time, there will be opportunities for the community and clinic clients to participate in research that evaluates emerging treatments for psychological problems. We can also investigate possible memory and learning problems. The UQ Psychology Clinic will continue to operate as normal wherever possible while protecting the health and safety of staff, therapists and clients as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve. Reduced rates are available for clients who are concession card holders and paying the account themselves. Parking is available for Psychology Clinic clients in lot N09 next to the Psychology building. The UPC is a training clinic and therefore does not provide services for individuals requiring immediate support or crisis intervention. Failure to provide the requested information may result in UPC not being able to assist you with services. Clinical supervisors provide supervision to students on a daily basis to assist them manage their case load. The clinic is staffed by provisionally registered Psychologists who attend on a 4 -6 month rotational basis. The UPC @ Pulse service is a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL psychological service staffed by provisional psychologists on a part-time rotational basis.