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Understanding Panic Disorder and How to Treat it
Code: PDP-190416
Price: AU$95.00
Member Price: AU$70.00

Professional Development Workshop 

Topic
"Understanding Panic Disorder and How to Treat it"
Presenter

Peter Kyriakoulis 

Date
Wednesday 16 August 2017
Venue

Camberwell Library (Rooms 1 & 2) 
340 Camberwell Road
Camberwell, VIC 3124

Time
10.00am to 2pm (9.30 pm registration) 
Cost
  $95.00 Standard fee
arrow_red.gif $70.00 ADAVIC members

Bookings limited to 35 professionals
Bookings close 1 August 2017, or when fully booked
.

Please note that a 25% administration fee applies for refunds requested before 
21 July 2017. No refunds or credits will be issued after this date.




Overview

Panic Disorder affects about 4% of the population. Individuals suffering from panic disorder have a persistent fear of having a panic attack and worry about the consequences of an attack. Many people change their behaviour in an attempt to prevent attacks, and some are so affected that they try to avoid any place where it might be difficult to get help or to escape from. When this avoidance is severe it is called Agoraphobia, which refers to people developing a fear of crowded places. 

Panic Disorder may become accompanied by depression, other anxiety disorders, dependence on alcohol or drugs, and may also lead to significant social and occupational impairment. This seminar will outline the aetiology of panic, panic disorder and the link between respiratory difficulties and panic disorder. Furthermore, various treatments for Panic Disorder will be discussed. 


Target Audience

Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers and all Allied Health counsellors 


Please note:


APS Members can accrue Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours by participating in CPD activities that they determine to be relevant to their individual professional skills, learning plans and goals. These may be self-initiated. CPD activities do not need to be endorsed by the APS.



About the Presenter

Peter Kyriakoulis is the director of the Positive Psychology Clinic and the Positive Psychology Wellness Centre. He is a clinical psychologist who specialises in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. He completed his undergraduate studies with honours at the University of Athens in 2000, and in 2003 he completed a Masters in Clinical Psychology in Melbourne. 

Since 2003 he has been working in private practice as a psychologist, and over the ensuing years has worked in community health and various psychiatric settings, becoming a member of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society in 2007. Peter has a wide interest in applying positive psychology and neuropsychotherapy principles in clinical practice whilst maintaining a cognitive behavioural framework. He also specialises in psychological assessment using the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2). He is currently completing his PhD on Panic Disorder.



Additional Details:


All attendees will receive:

  • Presentation Handouts and Reference Materials 

  • Certificate of Attendance

  • Tea/Coffee and Refreshments provided




How to Book

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