Professional Development Workshop
|Topic||"How to treat Automatic Negative Thoughts"|
|Presenter||Sally-Anne McCormack, Clinical Psychologist and Media Commentator|
|Date||Wednesday 24 May, 2017|
Rooms 1 and 2
584 Glenferrie Rd
Hawthorn, VIC 3122
|Time||6.00pm to 9.30 pm (5.30pm registration)|
$95.00 Standard fee
$70.00 ADAVIC members
Bookings limited to 40 professionals
Bookings close 17 May 2017, or when fully booked.
Please note that a 25% administration fee applies for refunds requested before
4 May 2017. No refunds or credits will be issued after this date.
For those who interact with people who have anxiety, depression, stress, or who just struggle with negative
thinking patterns, Sally-Anne McCormack will offer you some advice and strategies to help reduce their unhelpful
thoughts; and you will learn some positive psychology strategies along the way to help in your own life!
Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers and all
Allied Health counsellors.
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
Sally-Anne McCormack is a Clinical Psychologist, media commentator, former teacher and author of two
books - “Stomp Out The ANTs – Automatic Negative Thoughts” and the children’s book “Living With ANTs”
as well as having created a poster, “Which ANT Are You?” to help people learn strategies to deal with
depression, anxiety and stress.
Even more importantly, she is a mother of four and runs a successful psychology practice in the eastern
suburbs of Melbourne. Sally-Anne makes many regular appearances on TV shows over the years (including
her own “The Sally-Anne Show” on Foxtel’s Aurora Channel) and is often interviewed for various print and
Sally-Anne currently works with adults suffering from depression, anxiety, stress and various personal issues,
but is probably best known for her work with children and adolescents covering many areas (mood disorders,
educational issues, giftedness, etc.) and for her parenting and behavioural management advice.