The APS Institute hosts regular webinars on topical issues relevant to psychologists. Before you register for a webinar, please read the webinar FAQs.

Webinar Series: Weight Management

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The APS Institute is excited to be hosting a new series in 2017, consisting of five webinars on weight management. These webinar will be presented by Glenn Mackintosh, Founder of Weight Management Psychology, who will discuss various aspects of weight management with a focus on health.  

Using an applied goal-setting framework that de-emphasises weight loss while incorporating holistic client goals and values, many facets of psychological interventions will be explored.

Click on the webinar title below to register for the single webinar

  1. Foundations for Success
    Tuesday 14 February 2017, 7-8.30pm AEDT

  2. Mindset for Transformation
    Tuesday 28 February 2017, 7-8.30pm AEDT

  3. Naturally Healthy Habits
    Tuesday 14 March 2017, 7-8.30pm AEDT

  4. Freedom from Emotional Eating
    Tuesday 28 March 2017, 7-8.30pm AEDT

  5. Body Acceptance
    Tuesday 11 April 2017, 7-8.30pm AEDT

You can also subscribe to the entire webinar series and SAVE with our special subscription rate.

Due to popular demand you can still enrol for the chronic disease series and obtain the recording and slides for the completed webinar.

Available for limited time only.

 

You can also register for any of the individual webinars below.

Access to Recording

  1. Coping with chronic pain: Psychological interventions for patients/clients with chronic pain COMPLETED EVENT
    Dr Mike Shelley MAPS
    27 September 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEST

  2. Coping with respiratory disease: CBT for the Treatment of Panic Anxiety in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and adult asthma COMPLETED EVENT
    Dr Nicole Livermore MAPS
    25 October 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEDT

  3. Enhancing coping skills of patients with diabetes COMPLETED EVENT
    Dr Adriana Ventura
    8 November 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEDT

  4. Enhancing coping skills of people following an acute cardiac event: Surviving and thriving with heart disease COMPLETED EVENT
    Dr Rosemary Higgins MAPS
    29 November 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEDT