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To meet our objectives to deliver specialised training to support the dissemination of treatment programs within the community and to improve public knowledge about emotional health, we offer a variety of educational events, including:
Professional Development workshops
The CEH Professional Development Workshop Series gives you the opportunity to network, learn from your peers and colleagues from other sectors of the industry and develop as a practitioner. These one-day events, held at Macquarie University, are designed to inspire, encourage and challenge you as a psychologist and support you as a professional.
CPD hours can be claimed at your own discretion and a certificate of attendance will be provided.
We are also able to deliver full-day professional development at a location of your choice. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Join our email list to receive notification once registration is open for workshops later in the year.
Cool Kids etraining
Anytime, self-paced online workshop
Professor Ron Rapee, Professor Jennie Hudson, Associate Professor Viviana Wuthrich, Dr Heidi Lyneham, Dr Lauren McLellan
Cool Kids workshop
If you would like to complete Cool Kids training in 2016, you can enrol in the etraining option here: https://openmq.com.au/course/CKAP01 If you'd like to complete face-to-face training in 2017, please join the waitlist.
On-site presentations (book a presenter)
We recognises the importance of improving awareness of anxiety and other emotional health problems to encourage help seeking and prevention. We can send a presenter to educate your staff, school community or local area community.
Presentations are generally 1 hour (45 minute presentation plus 15 minutes Q&A) and are delivered by trained professionals. Fees apply.
To secure a presenter, please complete this form DOCX, 4812.09 KB and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Barb on 02 9850 4084.
Public events at Centre for Emotional Health
Hornsby Ku-ring Gai Youth Mental Health Forum, 4 April 2017