Couple Therapy Training in Action
Friday 21 – Saturday 22 June, 2013
A workshop for psychotherapists and counsellors
with Brenda Rawlings & Walter Logeman
See details here:
Routledge Journals is pleased to offer FREE ACCESS to a selection of articles from our
Psychoanalysis collection and related titles. These articles will be available to read and
download until December 31, 2013.
To view the full list of articles available, visit: www.tandf.co.uk/journals/access/Psychoanalysis2013.pdf
Email sent to NZAP Inform -- 4 February 2013
I thought it was important to give a brief reassuring update to those of you are still providing counselling services to ACC, or those who have in the past.
Change is in the wind, however this time the NZAP via Kirsty Robertson and myself have been involved along with representatives from other professions. I have continued to represent the NZAP at SCAG meetings, and have also been drafted to be part of the “Complex claims focus group” one of a number of focus groups formed to address specific problem areas. Kirsty has attended the Professional Bodies Meeting.
The Sensitive Claims Advisory Group (SCAG) is being used to provide oversight to the plan being adopted to address the remaining recommendations of the Disley review.
This includes moving the provision of Sensitive Claims treatment to what ACC refer to as “under contract” in much the same way that psychological services are currently funded. This will require members re-applying to provide Sensitive claims work, to be placed under the contract. They will be able to continue to do the work they currently do but under contract.
At this early stage I believe these changes are heading in the right direction and the possibility is that we will end up with a better service. Our part of that will be ensuring that as many psychotherapists remain involved and become involved in the re-designed service.
The ACC are also planning a high degree of support and information through this transition.
In the meantime you can register with the Government tender service “GETS” where the initial invitations to tender for the contracts will be made.
See: http://www.gets.govt.nz/Default.aspx?show=RegistrationIntro. Enter the code 931
As further details become available they will be circulated to members.
Friday, 9 November 2012
New forms can now be downloaded. You will also see a letter there from Sandra Turner explaining the background to the new forms.
Click here: Supervision Agreements
Te Tiriti and Bicultural Advisory Committee invites you to the
Pre Conference Workshop 2013
on Thursday 18th April at Orākei Marae, 9.30 – 3.00
Taukumekume - Positive and Negative Tensions
Cultural Supervision engages two people in a relationship where positive and negative tensions are part of the journey towards understanding and continual engagement in the acceptance of our “Mana Atua Ake" (Absolute Uniqueness).
We would like to explore further this notion of "Cultural Supervision" and invite conversations acknowledging "Taukumekume" in the Supervision Relationship.
Morning tea and lunch will be provided.
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NZAP 2013 Pre-conference Workshop: Taukumekume
Thurs 18th April, 9.30 am – 3.00 pm
Venue: Orākei Marae
1. Pay online to Account 38 9001 0124655 00, in the name “NZAP”. As a reference, please use “Preconference workshop”; under particulars, please use your last name and first initial. Then complete details below and forward to Susan Horne: email@example.com
2. Post a cheque and the form below to Susan Horne, 5 Westenra Tce, Cashmere, Christchurch 8022.
Email address: _____________________________________________________
Mobile no: _________________________________________________________
Dietary needs: ______________________________________________________
Below are the four timeframes for registration and payment for the conference.
You will note there is a substantial saving to you for registering early. We encourage you to take advantage of this and register before November 12.
- Special Earlybird Registration between now and November 12 :: $360
- Earlybird Registration until December 31 :: $385
- Regular Registration until February 28 :: $420
- Late Registration until April 5 :: $450
There is also a special student registration fee ($330).
If you would like to pay for your registration in installments we offer the options below. To organise one of these options please email Jennifer Howarth: firstname.lastname@example.org .
NOVEMBER 12 DEADLINE
Special Earlybird Fee: 3 x pmts of $120 Nov/ Dec/ Jan
Special Earlybird Fee + Dinner: 3 x pmts of $146 Nov/Dec/ Jan
DECEMBER 31 DEADLINE
Earlybird Fee: 1 x pmt $130 Dec and 2 x pmts Jan/Feb $127.50
Earlybird Fee + Dinner: 1 x pmt $160 Dec and 2 x pmts Jan/Feb $151.50