2019 School Counsellors & Psychologists (SCAP) Conference
New Horizons... New Considerations
14-15th November 2019
The Melbourne Convention Centre
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Join us in the heart of South Wharf for drinks and culinary delights as we celebrate the opening of the 13th SCAP Conference
Please note: the program is still being finalised and is subject to change.
Mind the Hype: Is Mindfulness all it's Cracked up to be?
Dr Nicholas Van Dam, University of Melbourne
Suicide assessment in Adolescents, an overview of the essentials, the risk theory, risk assessment and recent update
A/Professor Michael Gordon, Monash University and Unit Head of the Child and Adolescent Stream in Early in Life Mental Health Service (formerly CAMHS) at Southern Health
Session 3 & 4:
Choose 2 workshops to attend:
Riot not Diet! Looking For What's Healthy in School Prevention Programs for Eating Disorders and Managing Kids with Eating Issues in the School Environment
Dr Shannon Morton, Psychiatrist, Kooky Clinic, Brisbane
Footpaths to Freeways: Early Intervention in Youth Mental Health and AOD
Dr Karen Hallam, Clinical Psychologist & Director of the Centre for Youth AOD Research and Policy at the Youth Support and Advocacy Service (YSAS) in Melbourne
Being Perfectly Imperfect: Cultivating Shame Resilience
Dr Rachel Hannam, Clinical Psychologist, Brisbane
For only $65.00/pp, the optional dinner will include a welcome drink on arrival and a 3-course sharing menu. Partners welcome!
Emotional Mirror Neuron and Empathy Development in the Age of Screens: Can we Actually Use Tech to "Emvolve" In The Right Direction?
A very special co-presentation with Dr Shannon Morton & Dr Rachel Hannam
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy in Schools
Emma Sue San
A Young Person's Experience of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
Stand With Pride
Sebastien Grech, Minus 18
Subjective Wellbeing and Loneliness in young Australians
Dr Melissa Weinberg, Psychologist, Academic & Researcher