Clinical training, workshops, and supervision offered by the Centre for Psychology

Training

The Centre for Psychology has a commitment to the ongoing development of practicing professionals. Throughout the year we offer a series of short and full day workshops covering a variety of topics. The provisional line up thus far for 2014 is:

Professional Training Workshops

(Provisional - Some details still to be finalised)

Thur 10 April 2014
(Completed)

Integrating neuroscience with psychotherapy (Full day workshop)

Spencer Robinson

Thur 29 May 2014
(Completed)

A Day in the Life 0f: Intellectual Disability and its Impact on Personal Experiences and Professional Practices

Dr Marleen Verhoeven and Dr Jenny Gibson

Thur 19 June 2014
(Completed)

Working with Interpreters

Dr Sai Wong, Patrick Au & Sue Wong

Thur 10 July 2014
(Completed)

Family Violence - General Awareness

Dr Catherine Topham and Aaron Steedman

Thur 28 August 2014

PTSD – A comprehensive review of a common but complex condition (3-hour workshop)

Rob Schieff

Mon 8 September 2014

ADHD and the autism spectrum (3-hour workshop)

Munira Haidermota

Thur 11 September 2014

CBT for Substance Abuse (Full day workshop)

Nicole Cope and John Berks

Wed 1 October 2014

Working with children who have experienced trauma through family violence (Full day workshop)

Ruth Gammon

Wed/Thurs 22-23 October 2014

Mindfulness (2-day workshop)

Bruno Cayoun

Wed/Thurs 19-20 November 2014

Transdiagnostic issues (2-day workshop)

Helen Perry and Bev Haarhoff

Clinical Supervision

We also offer specialist professional supervision for Clinical Psychologists, CBT practitioners, and other professionals working in mental health, counselling or education settings.

Please contact us if you wish to enquire about this service.

Training within the Clinic

The Centre has strong links with the Massey University Psychology Clinical Training and Advanced Training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy programmes.  The Clinical Programme expands across all three Massey campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington.  The three sites work together to deliver training, practice, and research.

To ensure the highest quality of service and training the Centre normally records assessment and treatment sessions.  However, this would not happen without your knowledge or permission.   Information collected will be treated confidentially, subject to the ethical guidelines on the limits of confidentiality provided by the Psychological Society of New Zealand’s Code of Ethics and Privacy Act 1993.

Students

The Clinic was established to allow all pre-intern psychology students each year to receive training through the clinic, as well as provide experiences for all interns and postgraduate CBT students completing their practicum. The Clinic also a paid internship positions every year for a clinical psychology intern.

Thesis Supervision

Centre staff  are able to supervise Honours, Masters, and Doctoral research projects associated with clinical research and when funded by external research contracts. Given appropriate ethical clearance, clinical data may be used as a basis for this research or the Centre maybe used as a site for data collection.

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