5 July 2022
As per our annual renewal requirements, practising and academic members need to complete at least 20 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) each membership year.
Members receive a discount on all PACFA-run events, and we have negotiated a discount for CPD run by the Professional Development People. View your discount code.
See our events search for a full list of upcoming CPD, including externally-run events.
Evidence-informed guidelines on the ethical imperative of clinician self-disclosure: Addressing power and privilege through social positioning
In this workshop – part of the Applied Ethics Series run by PACFA’s Gender, Body, Kinship, and Sexuality (GBKS) Leadership Group - we will explain how clinician self-disclosure about gender, body, kinship, and sexuality lived experience can be essential to ethical practice with our communities. Resources for further learning will also be provided.
The workshop will be held on Tuesday 12 July from 7 – 9:30pm (AEST). Please note this webinar will not be recorded, so make sure you are able to attend on the day before registering. Register now.
This webinar counts as 2.5 hours of Category A CPD.
Tuning Relationships with Music Level One: Orientation & Assessment (in-person event in Melbourne)
Face-to-face event in Victoria for those who work with traumatised parents and their children: last chance to register!
This two-day course, run by Dr Vivienne Colegrove, is a first step to add to your skillset an evidence-based therapy for traumatised parents and their children that is designed to help improve connection and reduce conflict. This workshop will allow you learn how and why Tuning Relationships with Music® (TRM) works and begin to use musical exercises to assess nonverbal aspects of parent-child interaction, including when they are in conflict.
This course runs over two weekends - Saturday 16 and 23 July, 10:30am - 3pm each day. Spaces are limited - register now.
This workshop counts as 8 hours of Category A CPD.
Group Supervisor Training (online and in-person)
This one-day training, run by Dr Graham Barker, will provide an understanding of the key principles, major models, processes, and supervisor roles involved in facilitating group supervision. The training will be held on Saturday 13 August, from 9am-4pm. This CPD is not run by PACFA. For details and to register contact Dr Graham Barker at [email protected].