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Living Well: Mentally, Physically & Emotionally in the Elderly
Code: PDP-020718
Price: AU$125.00
Member Price: AU$100.00
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Professional Development Workshop 

Living Well: Mentally, Physically & Emotionally in the Elderly - (July) Half-day PDP


Fiona Batchelor, Health Psychologist

2 July 2018

The University of Melbourne

Hawthorn Campus, Conference Room

422 Auburn Road, Hawthorn. Vic. 3122

10am to 2pm (9.30am registration) 
  $125.00 Standard fee
arrow_red.gif $100.00 ADAVIC members

Bookings limited to 32 professionals
Bookings close 22nd June 2018 or when fully booked

Please note that a 25% administration fee applies for refunds requested before 
15th June 2018. No refunds or credits will be issued after this date.


In this workshop, Fiona will explore the following questions:

  • Who are the elderly?
  • What does living well mean to all of us now? How does it change over the life span?
  • Does living well depend on good mental, physical and emotional health?
  • How can you tell if an individual or group is living well
  • How can you promote and improve quality of life?  Who should be involved?
  • What if living well is no longer possible? Can you prepare/prepare others to die well?

Handouts will be provided to take home with you after the session.

About the Presenter

Fiona Batchelor is a Health Psychologist with extensive clinical experience, having worked in private practices in London and Melbourne, and previously in the National Health Service in Scotland. Fiona initially trained in nursing – being a triple certificate nurse in General and Psychiatric nursing, as well as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Behaviour Therapy.

In 1992 Fiona obtained her M.Sc. with Distinction in Health Psychology from City University, London. Fiona’s therapeutic approach combines an expert medical knowledge with clinical skills in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

She provides assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, adults, older adults and couples. Fiona also provides health psychology input to the Epworth Hospital Heartsmart Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. In addition to her clinical treatment skills, Fiona has presented workshops at conferences in the United Kingdom and Australia and has lectured at City University (London), La Trobe University (Melbourne) and The Australian Catholic University (Melbourne).

Fiona is a member of The Australian Psychological Society College of Health Psychologists and The British Psychological Society, respectively.

Target Audience

For practitioners, professionals and carers working with the elderly.

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.

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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