Please refer to our main conference page for our statement about the 2020 national conference.
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Thank you for your interest in the scientific program portion of our national conference. The Registration Desk will open at 7:45am, with the scientific program beginning at 8:45am on Thursday 29 October, and close at 6:00pm on Friday 30 October.
We will have a link to our conference app here, including our event code.
The .pdf program will be linked here after abstracts are finalised.
Program highlights include:
- Keynote & Invited speakers
- Master clinician sessions
- Rapid poster presentations
- The Early career network meetings are now combined, and in the main program (Thursday PM)!
- Welcome Reception (included with a scientific program registration)
|Dr Christine Padesky||Virtual Keynote address||Is CBT many therapies or one therapy?|
|Dr Christine Padesky||Virtual Masterclass||Action-packed CBT: more walk, less talk|
|Professor Willem Kuyken||Keynote address||Mindfulness unpacked|
|Associate Professor Brett Deacon||Concurrent address||Transition from research to real world practice: insights, challenges, and ways forward|
|Professor Jennie Hudson||Master Clinician Session||TBA|
|Professor Jennie Hudson||Plenary address||TBA|
|Professor Penelope Hasking||Plenary address||A person-centred and strengths-based approach to non-suicidal self-injury|
|Dr Bronwyn Raykos||Plenary address||Evidence-based treatments for eating disorders: how should 40 Medicare sessions be used?|
|Dr Georgie Paulik-White||Plenary address||Imagery-rescripting for trauma affected voice hearers|
The Abstract book will be available here once finalised (.pdf).
The full listing of Posters will be available here once finalised (.pdf).
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There will be a link to the workshop program here soon.