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Upcoming PD activities are listed below. When you select a particular event, you will be provided with a description of that event, the venue details and the default registration fee.
Provided you are a current member and are logged-in with your member username and password, the discounted registration fee appropriate to your membership category will be calculated and applied to your registration prior to payment. Once you have completed the registration and made payment, you will receive an automatic acknowledgement email that will contain your receipt.
If you are a current member and you do not log-in BEFORE you start the registration process, you will be charged the full non-member registration fee.
Simply select a particular event to see more details and to start the registration process.
WEBINAR SERIES Therapist centred practice: How to work at your best in a busy world. - 8 May 2013
WEBINAR SERIES Angela Lockwood OT will run this six x1hour session webinar series starting in May 2013. It is the equivalent of a one day workshop. You may still register after the closing date by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. These sessions will be recorded and you will be able to catch up.
WEBINAR - Occupational Therapy in Palliative Care - 21 May 2013
WEBINAR - two-hour webinar presented by Dr Deidre Morgan. Please note, this webinar will begin at 10.00am Queensland time. THIS EVENT IS FULL, if you are interested in being placed on a waiting list please email email@example.com
WEBINAR: Making Sleep Every OTs Business - 28 May 2013
WEBINAR: Sleep is Fundamental OT Business: a one-hour session about sleep, in relation to occupational performance and fundamental OT intervention, for clients of all ages and all disability/health conditions. THIS EVENT IS FULL, if you would like to register your interest for this event (should we run it again), please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Intro into Medical Legal (Intro Forensic OT and reporting) - 13 Jun 2013
This one day workshop is intended for occupational therapists who are either considering entering the field of forensic occupational therapy (providing an expert opinion to the court) or are already practicing in the field and are looking for a refresher course. The participants will discuss the process of assessment as well as the preparation of a concise and informative report.
Motivational Interviewing - 28 Jun 2013
This one day workshop is designed as an introductory workshop, providing practical skills development through a combination of didactic and experiential modalities.
Stan Steindl is a clinical psychologist with broad experience spanning over 20 years in both public and private practice settings. His PhD examined motivational interviewing techniques and cognitive-behavioural therapy in the treatment of combat veterans with co-morbid posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence. He has maintained a strong interest in motivational interviewing techniques and in 2007 he participated in a 'train-the-trainer' workshop in Chicago, USA, conducted by Professor Bill Miller, co-developer of the motivational interviewing approach, and Dr Terri Moyers. In 2009 he was mentored by highly experienced and innovative MI trainer Steve Berg-Smith in San Francisco. Stan is an experienced presenter, an adjunct senior lecturer at The University of Queensland, and conducts regular workshops to a broad range of health professionals on motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioural therapy
Online Stroke Onset - 1 Jul 2013
ONLINE EVENT Stroke Onset (6 CPD HOURS)This four week or one-day-equivalent workshop is interactive and self-paced affording participants the ability to undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD) within an individualized and flexible manner. The course provides 6 CPD Points.
The Use of MOHO and its Assessment Tools in Mental Health Practice - 19 Jul 2013
A one day workshop presented by Samantha Ashby. The Model of Human Occupation is an occupationally-focused model of practice which can guide occupationally-based practice. This workshop will introduce the participants to the most recent edition of the Model of Human Occupation. It will also explore how assessment tools derived from the MOHO can be used in Mental Health Practice.
The focus will be on the assessment tools’ clinical utility as standardised instruments which can identify client’s occupational issues and act as outcome measures for occupational therapy interventions.
Please note that this is also relevant for providers of the Better Access to Mental Health Care Scheme.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Two Day Introductory Course - 15 Aug 2013
This two-day workshop is part 1 of a four-day training program, (the advanced workshop is part 2).The introductory workshop is very experiential, and useful for both therapists and coaches. Dr Russell Harris likes to call it 'ACT Made Simple'
Sensory Modulation & Trauma Informed Care: An Introduction TWO DAYS (2012) - 17 Oct 2013
Tina Champagne presents:
Sensory Modulation & Trauma Informed Care: An IntroductionThis course provides an introduction to sensory processing, trauma informed care, and applications for mental health practice.This TWO DAY workshop (Thursday 17 & Friday 18 October) is open to occupational therapists only and is suitable for students, new graduates through to the advanced practitioner.
Sensory Modulation & Trauma Informed Care: An Introduction DAY ONE ONLY (2012) - 17 Oct 2013
Tina Champagne presents:
Sensory Modulation & Trauma Informed Care: An IntroductionThis course provides an introduction to sensory processing, trauma informed care, and applications for mental health practice..Day One of this workshop (Thursday 17 October) is open to interdisciplinary professionals and is suitable for students, new graduates through to the advanced practitioner.
Note: If you are an OT and would like to register for the TWO DAY workshop click here
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Two Day ADVANCED Course - 7 Nov 2013
CANBERRA This workshop, which is part 2 of the 4-day ACT-training program, is both didactic and experiential. You need to have attended at least one 2-day ACT introductory workshop (with any recognised ACT trainer) before attending this one.