APS Institute

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

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Understanding and addressing family violence.

This webinar series addresses family violence as an increasingly prevalent issue arising in specialist and general psychological practice settings, and in psychological research. It is a factor that has relevance for forensic populations, couple therapy, assessments for court, and the psychological wellbeing of countless children and adults. It may be enacted differently within diverse cultural, linguistic and community contexts. The prevalence of this issue with its impact on the profession of psychology specifically and society generally has become increasingly apparent with skyrocketing reports to police and burgeoning demand for services. There is clear evidence experiencing violence in the home is a major contributor to the burden of disease for both women and men, with a family violence-related murder in Australia occurring on average at least weekly and with an estimated one million Australian children having witnessed violence at home.

  1. Understanding and recognising family violence COMPLETED EVENT
    Carmel O’Brien FAPS MCCOUNP and Peter Streker PhD MAPS MCCOMP
    21 April 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEST
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  2. Responding therapeutically with clients affected by family violence: Best practice for psychologists COMPLETED EVENT
    Carmel O’Brien FAPS MCCOUNP
    26 April 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEST
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  3. Effects of family violence on children and young people: Impacts and interventions COMPLETED EVENT
    Olivia Powell MAPS MCCLP and Kathy Morrison MAPS
    3 May 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEST
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  4. Working with men who have perpetrated family violence COMPLETED EVENT
    Peter Streker PhD MAPS MCCOMP
    10 May 2016, 7.00-8.30 pm AEST