UPCOMING EVENTS

ANZAP Psychotherapy News and Events

ANZAP Upcoming Events

ANZAP has a range of Psychotherapy related events over the year, including conferences, ongoing seminars and workshops.

To book or register your interest in any of the events listed below, simply click on the title of the event and follow the booking instructions.

 


 

anzap icon 1000 2Gender Diversity in a Contemporary Jungian Psychoanalytic Context

Date: 22 Aug 2020

Location: Zoom attendance only


Presented by ANZAP Member Katina Ellis and Psychotherapist and Jungian Analyst Kerrie Kirkwood




anzap icon 1000 2Dr Donna Orange - Save this Date!

Date: 26 Sep 2020

Location: Zoom attendance only. If social distancing restrictions allow, in-person attendance will be considered.


Abstract to be advised



anzap icon 1000 2Dr Nancy McWilliams - Rethinking Madness: An Argument for a Dimensional View of Pschopathology

Date: 03 Oct 2020

Location: - Zoom attendance only. If social distancing restrictions allow, in-person attendance will be considered.


The intentionally “neo-Kraepelinian” orientation (categorical concepts, with present-versus-absent criteria) of the current DSM and ICD taxonomies are in some ways inconsistent with clinical experience. In the DSM, for example, there are only a limited number of conditions labeled as psychotic. Many clinicians, in contrast, have viewed psychopathology dimensionally, inferentially, and contextually, using the term “psychotic” in broader ways. In that tradition, this talk will argue for a psychotic level of many psychological conditions that bring individuals to treatment, not merely the schizophrenic illnesses and psychotic mood disorders. Emphasis will be put on the clinical value of construing psychopathology dimensionally.



anzap icon 1000 2Beatrice Beebe Streaming Live - Urgent Engagement in 9/11 Pregnant Widows and Their Infants: Transmission of Trauma

Date: 16 Oct 2020

Location: Zoom attendance only. If social distancing restrictions allow, in-person attendance will be considered.


Children are highly vulnerable to parental trauma but are often forgotten in a disaster. These mothers were pregnant and widowed on September 11, 2001; their infants were in utero. Face-to-face interactions of these 9/11 infants at 4 months and their mothers were compared to a community sample matched on infant gender, mother SES, age and ethnicity. Findings of heightened engagement in 9/11 dyads, across mother and infant gaze and affect, maternal touch and spatial orientation, documented a mutual vigilance picture described as urgent engagement. Remarkably, infants and mothers showed similar patterns. In the wake of traumatic loss, these widows and their infants made intense efforts to visually respond and visually re-engage, to maintain positive affect and touch, and to immediately repair any negative moments.



anzap icon 1000 2CANCELLED - ANZAP Annual Conference 2020. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we regret to advise that this year's Conference has been cancelled.

Date: 17 Oct 2020

Location:





anzap icon 1000 2Dr Nick Bendit - The Strange and Confronting World of Dissociation

Date: 17 Oct 2020

Location: Zoom attendance only


The Strange and Confronting World of Dissociation.



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ANZAP Ltd
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WAREEMBA NSW 2046

Key Contact: Anne Malecki. 
Ph: (02) 8004 9873 from Australia
Ph: (04) 887 0300 Toll free from New Zealand
Fax: (02) 9012 0546
Email: info@anzap.com.au

First Point of Contact

Anne Malecki is responsible for the ANZAP Secretariat. She is the first point of contact for all matters. 

Telephone: AUS (02) 8004 9873

Email: info@anzap.com.au

 

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