Integrating Acceptance & Mindfulness in Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy

Thursday 30th August 2018, WA State Library

“CBT is not monolithic…there is no doubt that several concepts and methods that have been central to third wave interventions (mindfulness methods; acceptance-based procedures; decentering; cognitive defusion; values; psychological flexibility processes) are now permanently part of the CBT tradition…” (Steven Hayes & Stefan Hofmann, 2017, World Psychiatry, p. 245)

For mental health professionals interested in this topic, this is a reminder that final registration for this workshop closes in 2 weeks on the 23rd August.

For more details and to secure your place visit: https://www.cbtswa.com.au/product/workshop2/

Training in Family Therapy

One-Week Intensive Training Course (Level 2) in Family and Relationship Therapy

17-21 September 2018 (9.00am – 5.00pm)

This Level II course is intended for practitioners of Family and Relationship Therapy who already have basic training in Systems Theory and its application. The course will focus on how to use ‘Systems’ knowledge to plan Therapeutic Strategies, what to do after the Assessment, implementing different Therapeutic Models, using your Therapeutic Skills and Handicaps, and how you can make better use of your personal attributes as a therapist.
Throughout the week, you will explore your role as a therapist, make use of role plays and simulations, review video tapes of interviews and work with/observe ‘live’ interviews. Time will be allocated for discussion of practical and theoretical issues in therapy. Also, you will be able to explore your professional handicaps and learn to use them to your advantage.

Cost: Regular: $880 (Includes GST) if paid after 17 August 2018
Earlybird: $825 (Includes GST) if paid on or before 17 August 2018
Cancellation Policy: No cancellation available, but place transferable to third party.
Places: Limit of 15 places
Venue: William Street Family Therapy Centre
544 William Street, Mount Lawley Western Australia 6050 (cnr Chelmsford Road)
Phone: (08) 9227 8038
Fax: (08) 9227 8938
Email: info@wsftc.com.au Website: www.wsftc.com.au
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Enrolment for: One-Week Intensive Training Course in Family and Relationship Therapy Level 2 (17-21 September 2018)
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Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer to: Westpac; BSB: 036 045; Account #: 103606
Or, I enclose a cheque of $880/$825
Please make cheque payable to: William Street Family Therapy Centre
Please return this form to: William Street Family Therapy Centre
544 William Street, Mount Lawley Western Australia 6050

New ICP Website

Over the past several months, the Institute of Clinical Psychologists’ Management Committee have been working together with INCUB8 Web Design to design and build a brand-new website.

The new website contains relevant content for the general public looking to find a Clinical Psychologist, for our ICP members (including a dedicated membership area and Membership Directory), and for other health professionals looking to refer their patients to a mental health professional.

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An Invitation from the Psychology Board of Australia

Please join Psychology Board of Australia Chair Professor Brin Grenyer and Deputy Chair Rachel Phillips for a webinar on the Board’s proposal to retire the 4+2 pathway to general registration.

Professor Grenyer and Ms Phillips will explain the rationale for the proposed retirement of the 4+2 pathway and be available to answer questions.

We encourage you to read the Public consultation paper on the proposal to retire the 4+2 internship pathway to general registration on the Board’s website before attending the webinar. The public consultation is open for submissions until 1 June 2018.

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