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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.
The next Cool Kids for Professionals workshop will be on Friday, 6 March, 2020. Please see our news and events page for more information. Registrations have not yet opened, but you can register your interest here to be emailed information on our 2020 Professional Development Workshop Series as and when it becomes available.
We had fantastic engagement for the following workshops which were delivered in 2019:
Cool Kids for Professionals with Dr Lauren McLellan
ADHD with CEH guest presenter Associate Professor Emma Sciberras
Study Without Stress with Professor Viviana Wuthrich and Dr Carly Johnco
The remaining events to be included in our Professional Development Workshop Series for 2020 are currently being assembled. Please check back with us in early 2020 for further information, or register your interest here to be notified of our confirmed workshops for 2020. Should you have any specifics questions around our offering, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enquire about our workshops
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.
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We recognise the importance of improving awareness of anxiety and other emotional health problems to encourage help seeking and prevention. We have a wide range of topics our experts can present on to educate your staff, school or local community.
How to book a presenter
The most common request is typically for one hours duration. This would include a 45 minute presentation plus 15 minutes for Q&A. Our presentations are delivered by our trained professionals, all of whom are experts in their fields of study. We also offer longer presentations, or a more 'hands-on' approach in the style of a workshop. Fees apply.
Visit the Centre for Emotional Health
- demonstrate your area of research is aligned with the work of the CEH
- nominate a member of the CEH academic staff who could be the host of your visit
Request to visit
How long can I visit?
The Centre for Emotional Health can accommodate short term (less than 6 weeks) and longer term (greater than 6 weeks but less than 3 months) visits.
Visits of longer than 3 months may be arranged in special circumstances.
Short-term visitors (<6 weeks):
Visitors staying for less than 6 weeks will generally need to bring their own laptop and and Australian converter if from overseas. An MQID, Wi-Fi access and library access if required, along with a desk, will be provided. Please give at least 30 business days notice to make arrangements for visits of this length.
Longer-term visitors (>6 weeks but <3 months):
Visitors staying for more than 6 weeks will need to be officially appointed through the University HR processes, in addition to the creation of an MQ ID and allocation of a desk. Therefore we ask you to provide at least 90 business days notice for longer-term visits.
If you are from a media organisation and are looking for expert commentary from a CEH spokesperson, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9850 4084.
The Centre for Emotional Health is keen to build partnerships with other universities with whom we share common interests and goals.
In 2017 the Centre formalised its working relationship with the Anxiety and Depression in Young People (AnDY) Research Clinic at Reading University.
The partnerships offers:
- Joint PhDs for psychology students of either institution
- Co-tutelle opportunities
- Staff exchanges
- Collaborative research projects
If you’re a PhD candidate interested in studying abroad as part of your course work, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re from a university that would like to discuss partnership opportunities with the Centre for Emotional Health please contact email@example.com.