2018 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference

Expand Your Mind. Challenge Your Thinking.

Join us in Adelaide for three days of cutting-edge CPD from world renowned speakers at the 2018 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference.

Pick up practical skills and new ideas from an exciting array of sessions with topics ranging from the latest in Schema Therapy, Autism and crime to treating sleep disorders from “Womb to tomb”.  There is much to learn from our notable keynote speakers. 2018 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference

Dr. Scott Miller from the United States will cover “What works” in therapy: Translating 40 years of outcome research into strategies for effective clinical practice. As the co-founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence, Dr. Miller has helped hundreds of agencies and organisations, both public and private, to achieve superior results.

South Africa’s Professor David Edwards will focus on Schema therapy in 2018: The state of the science and the state of the art. As President of the International Society of Schema Therapy, he has trained in cognitive-behavioural, humanistic and transpersonal approaches to psychotherapy and has a longstanding interest in psychotherapy integration.

Dr Louise Hayes from Australia will delve into DNA-V: Using processes evidence to become flexible in treatments. She is well known for her work using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for young people. Together with Joseph Ciarrochi, she conducts research and treatment development; the latest work is DNA-V, a treatment model for young people.

Have any burning questions? There will be plenty of opportunities at the 2018 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference to rub shoulders with speakers over coffee. The conference will have something for everyone, including the most experienced clinicians.

This content was kindly provided by The Australian Psychological Society Limited.

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