2017 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference, Brisbane, 30 June - 2 July
30 June - 2 July 2017
Friday 30 June – Sunday 2 July 2017
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia
At the 2017 Conference, Clinical Psychologists will have access to three exceptional key note speakers in addition to high-level workshops and masterclasses. This conference endeavours to cover a diverse and relevant range of topic areas. These include a focus on working with specific demographics such as children and families, transdiagnostic approaches, third wave therapies as well as the treatment of the low prevalence disorders. The conference program will offer a fresh approach to presenting both the importance and breadth of clinical psychology.
- Professor Peter Norton, Monash University (Australia) will be speaking on "Beyond DSM: Transdiagnostic approaches to understanding and treating emotional disorders.”
- Professor Carla Sharp, University of Houston (United States of America) will be speaking on "Bridging the GAP: The assessment and treatment of adolescent Borderline Personality Disorder.”
- Dr Stan Tatkin, The PACT Institute (United States of America) will be speaking on "Secure functioning: A therapeutic stance for all couple therapists."
An exciting array of full day and half day workshops will also be presented at the conference.
Early bird registration closes midnight AEST, Monday 24 April 2017 and international attendees can register at the discounted APS Member rate.
To view the full program and register online, please visit the conference website:https://groups.psychology.org.au/cclin/conference2017/