Event Details - AACBT 40th National Conference 2019
|Title:||AACBT 40th National Conference 2019|
|Type of Activity:||Conferences|
|Objective of Course / Workshop:||
AACBT has always celebrated advances in cognitive and behavioural therapies and evidence-based practice. We now find ourselves in a new era of clinical science, discipline diversity and comorbid mental health profiles. Our stimulating line up of keynote and invited speakers are innovators in research and clinical practice will present cutting edge ideas in this new generation of cognitive and behavioural therapy. The keynote & invited speakers, and workshop presenters will present exciting research advancements and novel, evidence-based approaches to the management of common and complex difficulties.
THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE THEME IS “HONOURING THE PAST | ENVISIONING THE FUTURE”.
This year’s conference brings together a community of cognitive and behavioural therapy professionals to share knowledge, ideas and awareness of innovations and important issues in this field. AACBT is committed to delivering an exciting scientific and workshop program to inspire the CBT community to continue advancing the field.
We invite you to join us with the latest science, and evidence-based practice.
|Course / Workshop Outline:||
AACBT 40th National Conference
2-day scientific program
24-25 October 2019
Two concurrent 1-day workshops
26 October 2019
All days begin at 9am, with MT, Lunch & AT breaks for networking and meeting speakers
Full program details available here.
There are exhibitors, poster presentations, an early career network meeting, plus two national award addresses.
|Course / Workshop content:||
Scientific Program Speakers
Professor Susan Bogels (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) "Mindfulness & parenting"
Professor Emeritus David A Clark (University of New Brunswick, Canada) "Obsessions and compulsions"
Emeritus Professor Leon Lack (Flinders University) "Insomnia"
Professor David Kavanagh (Queensland University of Technology) "e-mental health & substance use"
Ms Michelle Martin (The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, The Central Adelaide Local Health Network) "CBT & pain"
Professorial Fellow Mark Creamer (University of Melbourne) "PTSD"
PROFESSOR SUSAN BOGELS (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
MINDFULNESS AND PARENTING
PROFESSOR EMERITUS DAVID A CLARK (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
THE PROBLEM WITH ACCEPTANCE: HOW TO TREAT DISTRESSING MENTAL INTRUSIONS AS A TRANSDIAGNOSTIC FEATURE OF EMOTIONAL DISORDERS
|Start/End Date:||24/10/2019 to 26/10/2019|
|Time:||08:30:00 - 17:00:00|
|Presenter / Provider:||Various|
|Contact Name:||Executive Officer|
|Contact Phone:||0447 142 352|
|Qualifications:||Various, all are experienced presenters with considerable expertise in their topic|
All of the Speakers are experienced presenters with considerable expertise in their topic:
Professor Susan Bogels (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) - Keynote Speaker
Professor Emeritus David A Clark (University of New Brunswick, Canada) - Keynote Speaker
Emeritus Professor Leon Lack (Flinders University)
Professor David Kavanagh (Queensland University of Technology)
Ms Michelle Martin (The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, The Central Adelaide Local Health Network)
Professorial Fellow Mark Creamer (University of Melbourne)
|Address 2:||120 North Terrace|
|Is there disability parking and entry?||Yes|
|Are meals included with this event?||Yes|
|If yes, what meals?||Morning / Afternoon Tea & Lunch|
|Cost ($):||Varies, AACBT members attract significant discounts|
|Registration Instruction (if applicable):|