The 2013 Hunter New England Health Psychology Conference is presented in collaboration with the University of Newcastle’s School of Psychology.
- Prof. Judy Atkinson - Working with Indigenous Children: Developmental Trauma in Children Living in Complex Trauma Environments
- Dr Lawrence Dadd and Toni Manton - Working Together to Close The Gap: How Can Psychologists and Psychiatrists Help?
- Speculation on the Mechanisms of Change in Psychotherapy: What Actually Helps Clients Get Better – Dr Nick Bendit
- Capacity Assessments – Claudia Kraiuhin
- Tricky Conversations: Working From Taboo to Explicit to Safe Well-being with Children Under 10 with Problematic Sexualised Behaviours - Tim Hawes and Eleanor Spence
- Drawing The Line: Challenges and Adventures in Psychology/Clinical Psychology Assessment and Diagnosis – Dr Sean Halpin
- Newcastle-Led Research on Aboriginal Wellbeing – Dr Stefania Paolini, Dr Mark Lock & Dr Josephine Gwynn
- Addictive Logic – David Bonsor
- Wong-ghu Connecting with Aboriginal Teenagers and Carers – Joh Bartley, Charlie Faulkner, Jude Payling and Mary Watson
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) With Complex Clients – Brendon Knott
- Treating Somatoform Disorders From a Psychologist’s Perspective – Ben Britton
- Exploring Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in the Legal and Workplace Settings – Martina Zangger & Kylie Whitford
- What Works in Psychotherapy?: Performing at the Top of Your Game – David Porter
- Working with Children: An Interactive Process to Clarify Concepts of Indigenous Healing Practice (Educaring) – Prof. Judy Atkinson
Date: Friday 15th November
Venue: Brennan Room, University of Newcastle, Callaghan Campus
Cost: HNE Health Psychologists - $20 (pay on the day)
Psychology Academic Staff and Psychology Students - $20 (pay on the day)
Non-HNE Health Psychologists - $150 (pay with registration)
** Morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea will be provided**
Registration packages, including workshop synopses will be available soon. Please contact A/Prof Tanya Hanstock (Tanya.Hanstock@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au) for further details.