Congratulations Amy Mullens
Appointment to the position of Adjunct Senior Lecturer
Dr Amy Mullens, a Clinical and Health Psychologist at Artius has been invited by the University of Southern Queensland Australia (USQ) to accept an appointment to the position of Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the School of Psychology and Counselling.
An Adjunct Appointment is an honorary title for recognition to ones contributions. Dr Mullens has been recognised for her significant efforts and involvement in developing a partnership between Artius and the University of Southern Queensland, specially focusing on student co-location and postgraduates in Springfield, Ipswich and Toowoomba.
“Additional in-kind support will provide Artius with the opportunity to increase resources and the capacity to deliver high quality services to our clients”, says Dr Amy Mullens.
Dr Mullens says, “I felt happy and excited to be considered for this appointment, and keen to look to formalise further opportunities for partnership between Artius and USQ”.
Dr Amy Mullens completed her Undergraduate and Master’s Degrees in the United States. After moving to Australia, she completed her Postgraduate Degree at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and has been practicing as a Psychologist since 2001.
Dr Mullens stared with Artius in 2012 and since then has been involved with University student supervision. She was also awarded an Adjunct Appointment with The University of Queensland (UQ) last year.
In addition to the Adjunct Appointment, Dr. Mullens has been invited to sit on the University of Southern Queensland’s Psychology and Counselling Industry Advisory Board. This will enable her to provide insight and advice with regard to the relevant discipline area and its strategic direction.
Artius would like to thank Dr Amy Mullens for her achievements and her hard work and dedication especially with her commitment to our student clinic.