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Mental Health and the GLBTIQ+ Community
Code: PDP-080918
Price: AU$125.00
Member Price: AU$90.00
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Professional Development Workshop 
This training program has been postponed

Topic
Mental Health and the GLBTIQ+ Community:
Vulnerability, Risk Factors and Treatment
Presenter
Dr Glen Hosking, Clinical Psychologist
Date
Wednesday 8th August 2018
Venue
The University of Melbourne
Hawthorn Campus
Cinema/Lecture Theatre
422 Auburn Road, Hawthorn.  3122




Time
10.00am to 2.00 pm (9.30am registration)
Cost

$125.00 Standard fee
$90.00 ADAVIC Member fee
 
Bookings limited to 40 professionals
Bookings close 1st August 2018 or when fully booked
.

Please note that a 25% administration fee applies for refunds requested before 
12th July 2018.  No refunds or credits will be issued after this date.




Overview

Members of the GLTBIQ+ community face increased susceptibility to a range of mental health problems. This workshop will explain why this community experiences this heightened vulnerability, particularly in relation to the increased prevalence of anxiety, depression, suicide planning and substance use.

The workshop will cover the risk factors within the GLBTIQ+ community that contribute to such vulnerability, including abuse, bullying and minority stress. Building on these, the workshop will provide a range of treatment interventions and techniques that practitioners can use when working with this population. These will include working to modify faulty self-talk, distorted cognitions and unhelpful behaviours. Key topics will include:
•    Increased mental health vulnerability in the GLTBIQ+ population.
•    Mental health risk factors for members of the GLTBIQ+ population.
•    Treatment interventions and approaches when working with the GLBTIQ+ population.
 
About the Presenter

Dr Glen Hosking is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of experience working in clinical settings, hospitals, schools and tertiary institutions. He currently works in private practice as a psychologist and as a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Victoria University.

Dr Hosking has extensive experience working with the GLBTIQ+ population across all aspects of the lifespan and his work is informed by a thorough understanding of the research evidence for this population. At Victoria University, Dr Hosking is responsible for the training of postgraduate psychology students in their final years of training to work as psychologists. Dr Hosking has presented widely on the psychological experience of the GLBTIQ+ community, including at the international ‘After Homosexual: The Legacies of Gay Liberation’ conference in 2012 and in previous presentations for ADAVIC. 


Target Audience
Professionals and clinicians working with the GLBTIQ+ Community


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
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Light refreshments provided




How to Book

  • BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL! 

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1. Online booking via the Add to Cart button at top of page

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