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Using the Therapeutic Relationship to Improve Social Functioning

Workshop Date Friday 19 October 2018, 9:00am to 4:00pm (registration from 8:30am) Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) is based on behavioural analysis and as such employs a variety of techniques to differentially reinforce effective behaviours and reduce ineffective behaviour, particularly in interpersonal situations. FAP aims to promote awareness, courage, and compassion to deepen the therapeutic relationship. The therapeutic relationship is then used to ameliorate... [More]
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Using the Therapeutic Relationship to Improve Social Functioning

<p><b>Workshop Date</b><br/>Friday 19 October 2018, 9:00am to 4:00pm (registration from 8:30am)</p><p>Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) is based on behavioural analysis and as such employs a

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River Styles Short Course - May 2018

This five day Short Course was specifically developed as a training course for river professionals. It has been successfully run 16 times in Goulburn, NSW. Over 300 individuals have participated in the courses to date. Participants in previous courses have included Scientific, Policy and Planning staff from National, State and Local Governments, river consultants, Catchment officers, ecologists, postgraduate students, etc. Emphasis will be placed on identification and... [More]

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IMProving Access to Clinical Trials data (IMPACT) Observatory: tracking the evolution of evidence creation

There is increasing demand from numerous constituencies for full transparency of clinical trials (CT) to facilitate re-analysis and secondary analysis. This is expected to increase the reliability of evidence needed for evidence informed decision making in health, and speed knowledge creation. Efforts to overcome existing barriers related to increasing transparency and opening CT data have recently intensified via many initiatives relying on innovative methodologies. An Observatory... [More]

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Assessment and treatment approaches for children with reading and spelling difficulties

Macquarie University Reading Clinic Professional Development Workshops Dr Saskia Kohnen will present a one-day workshop on the evidence-based assessment and treatment of reading and spelling difficulties focussing on primary school aged children. Time, Date and Location: 8:45am – 4pm Thursday, 3 May 2018 MGSM Macquarie Park Executive Centre About the speaker: Dr Saskia Kohnen is the Clinical Director of the Macquarie University Reading Clinic and an Associate Investigator in the... [More]

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eLearning Basics NOT FOR PURCHASE

The course covers the following topics: Instructional Design principles teaching methodologies Basic HTML Multimedia Social Media Games and Learning Assessment and Evaluation The Enrollment ... what you get The enrollment provides you with access to the course where you learn the theory through reading and videos and screen-casts as well as online quizzes. In addition to that, the enrollment provides each student with their own personal sandbox Moodle course in which they can... [More]
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eLearning Basics NOT FOR PURCHASE

<p>The course covers the following topics:<br/>Instructional Design principles<br/>teaching methodologies<br/>Basic HTML<br/>Multimedia<br/>Social Media<br/>Games and Learning<br/>Assessment and

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Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) in Youth

Body dysmophic disorder is a psychological disorder characterised by a preoccupation with a perceived or slight defect in physical appearance. Little is known about this debilitating condition, which typically starts in late childhood/early adolescence, and is associated with high rates of suicide and depression. Despite the high distress BDD patients suffer, clinicians will report that they rarely treat BDD in their clinical practice. This workshop aims to improve clinician’s... [More]

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Habitat Stepping Stones - Council Subscription

Australian local governments are invited to join this award winning program! Habitat Stepping Stones is a unique environmental educational program which won the 2015 National Trust Heritage Award for Conservation of Natural Landscape. SUBSCRIPTION RATES FOR 2016 For the first year, including a new section of the website specific to your LGA: $3,820 + GST. For following years: $2,200 + GST p.a. HOW IT WORKS The Habitat Stepping Stones website provides an engaging online tool that... [More]

Emotional Health in Schools

Emotional Health in Schools: From Science to Practice Schools have a unique and important role to play in the prevention of emotional disorders in children and adolescents. School mental health staff are strategically placed to deliver services and programs that can change the trajectory of at-risk young people. Over the past decade there has been a burgeoning of research into ‘what works’ in emotional health prevention programs in schools. This important conference, co-hosted by... [More]

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How to teach multi-syllabic word reading and spelling

Macquarie University Reading Clinic Professional Development Workshops Guest presenter: Dr Karen Smith-Lock (Curtin University, Perth) This workshop will present evidence based techniques to teach the reading and spelling of multisyllabic words. Time, Date and Location: 9:00am – 4pm Friday, 4 May 2018 MGSM Macquarie Park Executive Centre About the speaker: Dr. Smith-Lock is a speech pathologist, linguist and psychologist. She is an Associate Investigator with the ARC Centre of... [More]

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Intensive Treatment of Specific Phobia in Youth

Specific phobias are the most common anxiety disorder in children and adolescents, affecting between 5 to 10% of youth in community samples and 15% in mental health settings. If untreated, childhood phobias tend to persist and are associated with the development of adult anxiety, depression, and substance use problems. This workshop will begin with a brief overview of the diagnostic criteria for specific phobia and the etiology of the disorder. The remainder of the workshop will... [More]

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