LAST CHANCE for posttraumatic stress training opportunities in Sydney 18th July and in Melbourne Friday 27th July

Sydney: Beyond Survival – How story Telling can treat trauma in refugees

Wednesday 18th July – 6pm UNSW Scientia Building

Admission process: Free

Presented by Professor Frank Neuner, head of Clinical Psychology at Bielefeld University, developer of Narrative Exposure Therapy, a short-term mental health intervention for traumatic stress that has gained international attention and is supported as a highly effective intervention by multiple clinical trials

Hosted by The Refugee Trauma and Recovery Program, School of Psychology, UNSW

Melbourne: Practitioner forum on post-traumatic mental health

Friday 27th July Pullman on the Park, Melbourne.

These two half-day master class Professor Barbara Rothbaum  Prolonged Exposure Therapy and
Professor Marylène Cloitre: Skills Training in Affective and interpersonal Regulation (STAIR) Therapy

Master classes will cover:  Using evidence-based therapy;  Expert tips and guidance on using therapy; Working with more complex cases; Flexible use of therapy in clinical practice; Recent innovative applications of therapy

Registration Cost: $200

Register online:
Enquiries:, 03 9035 5599

Hosted by The The Centenary of Anzac Centre and Phoenix Australia, Melbourne

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