18th Annual APS Women and Psychology Interest Group Residential Conference: Living and Working with Diversity as Women in Psychology II
|Description||Hosted by the APS Women and Psychology Interest Group, the conference will be held at Sunbury Hall at Victoria University in Sunbury, Victoria. It is on the site of a superb heritage-listed facility, the former Caloola institution, that was the subject of Kelley Johnson's book "Deinstitutionalising Women".
The presentations will highlight feminist perspectives on psychological practice and research with women that take diversity into account. Topics on body image, domestic violence, happiness, singing, Indigenous issues, health, family law, wellbeing, language, and other innovative understandings of feminism in psychology are in the program.
|Location||VIC Metro, Australia|
Victoria University, Sunbury, VIC
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||6 Dec 2007 to 9 Dec 2007|
|Time||7pm 6 Dec 07 to 3pm 9 Dec 07|
|Cost||W & P Members: Full Fee $300. Friday or Saturday only $180. Any combination of 2 Days $225.|
|Notes||Registration includes catered welcome reception Thursday night, morning/afternoon tea & lunch on Friday, morning/afternoon tea, lunch & dinner on Saturday, and morning tea & lunch Sunday. Conference dinner in Sunbury on Friday night will be extra. Closing date for registration: 26th November 2007. Accommodation booking: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: (03) 9919 3450 (mention the conference when booking) Sunbury Hall can offer accommodation at the following rates: Single ensuite B&B rooms at $50.00 per night Single college B&B rooms with shared bathroom facilities at $45.00 per night. http://www.vu.edu.au/Students/Support_Services/Housing_Services/ VU_Student_Accommodation/Sunbury_Hall/|
|Organiser||IG - Women & Psychology Interest Group (VIC)|
|Contact Name||RaeLynn Alvarez Wicklein|
Registration and Program.doc [69.5 KB]
Sunbury Hall Map382E8.doc [131.5 KB]