The Australian Psychological Society COLLEGE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS (WA Section) Thursday Psychopathology & psychotherapy: November 19th 9am - 5pm The view from inside & outside the brain Registration Dr John Manners & Dr Marjorie Collins from 8.30am Dr. John Manners is a Clinical Psychologist with over The last decade of brain research 35 years experience working in the area of has shed new light on the The University psychopathology and psychotherapy. He has worked neurological processes involved in psychopathology and its Club within the prisons and the welfare systems, holding treatment. These findings have UWA senior positions within the Department for important implications for Community Development. Since 1984, he has been in professionals working with Hackett Dve private practice, where he provides psychotherapy, psychologically troubled people, Crawley supervision, and teaching. and give insights into how we Dr. Marjorie Collins is a Clinical Psychologist in might work more effectively with people in generating change. Enquiries can be private practice, and a Senior lecturer in Psychology at Clinical Psychologists Dr John directed to Murdoch University, where she teaches Manners and Dr Marjorie neuropsychology, case formulation, and the principles Collins will present a one-day Melanie Newton and process of intervention. Marjorie also provides specialist seminar on the melanie.newton@ clinical supervision in the postgraduate programme, neurological and psychological health.wa.gov.au and acts as a consultant in drug and alcohol processes in some key aspects of adult psychopathology and rehabilitation agencies. For more than 20 years, she psychotherapy. has conducted research into the relationship between neurobiology, cognition, and emotion, and has published many papers in this area. The seminar will cover: • The various forms of dissociation, and their important role in emotional survival • The neurobiological underpinnings of dissociative processes • How the past replays in the present for adults with anxiety and depression • Brain processes involved in past experiences which unconsciously impact in adulthood • How implicit and explicit processes are involved in memories of past experiences; and implications for psychological intervention • The key psychotherapeutic processes in core change • Applying an understanding of the neurobiology of learning to improving clinical interventions Registration Form and Tax Invoice APS College of Clinical Psychologists Presents PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: THE VIEW FROM INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE BRAIN Dr John Manners & Dr Marjorie Collins Thursday, 19th November, 2009 ABN: 23 000 543 788 This form is a TAX INVOICE once filled in and Full Name payment has been made. Please make a copy for Address your records. Phone Contact Email (required for confirmation) Early Bird Rate Standard Rate (to 15th October) Student (Full-time) $100 Student (Full-time) $150 College Member $150 College Member $200 Non-member of $200 Non-member of $250 College College Cheque to APS College of Clinical Psychologists - WA Section for $_____ enclosed. Please debit my credit card $_____ Amex Mastercard Visa Cardholder Name: _______________________ Card #: _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ Exp: __/__ Cardholder’s Signature: _______________________ Please photocopy form for your records an mail the original with your payment to: Melanie Newton APS College of Clinical Psychologists PO Box 6564 East Perth WA 6892 Registration is not guaranteed until your form has been received and confirmed by email. Refer to our website for more information on our Cancellation Policy: www.groups.psychology.org.au/cclin/wa.