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Neurodevelopment and the Stress Response System

Event number: 17613
1 CPD hours
Presenter(s): Michelle Taylor

Neurodevelopment is a term referring to the brain's development of neurological pathways that influence performance or functioning.

An overview of Dr Bruce Perry’s Neurodevelopmental theory pertaining to the development of the stress response and the arousal system will be presented and how this theory can be applied daily in clinical practice.  

Learning Outcome

On completion of this presentation attendees will have

  • an understanding of the neurodevelopment of maladaptive and healthy stress response systems.

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About the presenter(s)

Michelle Taylor BA Hons, MPsych, MAPS
Director & Clinical Psychologist

Michelle (Chelle) Taylor is a registered Clinical Psychologist with over 18 years experience working in government departments and community service organisations in remote rural and regional centres in Western Australia and Victoria. Chelle provides individual, dyadic and family based therapy to infants, children, adolescents and families with a range of mental health, emotional and behavioural concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, social skills, behavioural difficulties and family relationship concerns.


Light refreshments will be provided

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Ballarat Central

Oscar's Hotel & Cafe Bar
18 Doveton Street South
Ballarat Central, VIC 3350
Venue is wheelchair accessible
Start date: 27/2/2018
End date: 27/2/2018
Time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm


Free for APS members and standard $15 for non-members


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