Acceptance and Commitment therapy workshops for all health professionals. Please book online to register. www.nz-act-training.com
The 7th Service User Academia symposium will be held in Wellington, New Zealand on 20-21 November 2017 with the theme being ‘Creating Connections and Building Bridges Together: The Journey Continues.
PeerZone is hosting a seminar in Wellington inviting international peer leaders to discuss outcomes-focused responses to mental distress Speakers include: Steven Morgan, USA on Intentional Peer Support. Flick Grey, Australia on Open Dialogue. Jenny Speed, Australia on Emotional CPR Mary O'Hagan, New Zealand on PeerZone. Adrienne Giacon, New Zealand on Hearing Voices Network Aotearoa NZ.
The Children’s Autism Foundation present a 2-hour workshop on dealing with anxiety for parents/families and carers who live or work with children on the Autism Spectrum. This interactive workshop will be facilitated by Arletta van den Bosch who is Children's Autism Family consultant and a professional child and family counsellor.
HPA's Smashed 'n Stoned? programme is a small-group early intervention programme designed to be run with 13 to 18-year-olds whose alcohol and drug use puts them at risk. This training teaches participants how to deliver the programme within their own workplace.
It is with great pleasure that we announce Professor Emeritus David A Clark will be holding the pre and post conference workshops. On Thursday 23rd November he will present: CBT for Depression: Not so Easy After All ; and on Saturday 25th November: Modified CBT for Persistent Anxiety and Obsessions. The AnzaCBT conference on Friday 24th November includes a Keynote Address from David A Clark; mental intrusions: the role of spontaneous thought and the emotional disorders. We are pleased to confirm the following speakers; Dr Jenny Jordan -The Other Cognitive Problem in Depression-Should We be Utilising Cognitive Remediation in CBT? Dr Martin Dorahy - Shame in the treatment of those presenting with trauma disorders: Presentation issues and therapeutic considerations. Leona Manna -The Te Pounamu Model. We are also in the process of organising a tele conference with Roz Shafran (University College, London) on Clinical Perfectionism