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AAPi2024 PPT Slides

registration now open!

The AAPi 2024 program will offer interactive sessions, innovative learning, peer-to-peer debriefs and opportunities for engagement. We are committed to ensuring our attendees have access to a rich diversity of psychology practice in Australia, allowing them to learn from experts in the field.

Registration includes the following:

  • Access to all scientific sessions held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Access to the exhibition area
  • Morning and afternoon refreshments in accordance with the program
  • Lunch in accordance with the program
  • Access to attend the welcome reception (Wednesday 20 March 2024)

Please note: Workshops are not included in the full registration

📢
Conference Update: Competition Announcement

Conference registrants have the chance to win one of three amazing prizes. How to enter

Pricing

Registration prices can vary depending on the type of ticket purchased.

Type Time period Price
AAPi member
Early bird CLOSED
$750.00
Standard
$800.00
Late
$850.00
Non-member
Early bird CLOSED
$1,150.00
Standard
$1,200.00
Late
$1,250.00
AAPi member - Student
Standard
$600.00
Non-member - Student
Standard
$650.00
AAPi member - Provisional psychologists
Standard
$600.00
Non-member - Provisional psychologists
Standard
$650.00
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Important dates

Early bird EXTENDED CLOSED
Until 11:59 PM AEST, 15 November 2023
Until 11:59PM AEST, 1 December 2023
Standard
12:00AM AEST, 2 December until 11:59 PM AEST, 19 March 2024
Late
20-22 March 2024

Registration now open!

Registration for the Australian Association of Psychologists in 2024 Conference is now open. Register now!

Social Functions

Welcome Reception

Welcome Reception

Join us for an engaging start to the AAPi Conference at our Welcome Reception. Mingle with industry professionals and colleagues in the exhibition space while enjoying light canapés and refreshments. It’s the perfect opportunity to connect and unwind as we kick off this exciting Conference ahead.

Opening Ceremony

Opening Ceremony

Welcome to the AAPi 2024 Inaugural Conference, where knowledge meets inspiration, and connections pave the way to a brighter future in psychology. Amidst vibrant discussions, engaging exhibitions, and interdisciplinary collaboration, we will delve into the depths of psychology, igniting transformative insights to enhance lives. Let’s embark on this remarkable journey, rewriting the narrative of our minds and the future of psychology!

Gala Dinner

Gala Dinner

Prepare to be dazzled at the AAPi 2024 gala dinner evening! Experience a night filled with entertainment, presentations, and a banquet-style feast complemented by exceptional service. Join us for a truly spectacular and unforgettable evening!

Workshops

Workshops offer extra opportunities to learn in conjunction to the main conference. During your registration to the conference you can add these on for an additional price of $180 per workshop.

1

Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People within a cultural responsive framework

Pete Smith is a descendant of the Gamilaroi Nation of northwest New South Wales, where he currently lives on Country and is a senior lecturer (Indigenous Australian Health) at University of New England. His PhD studies have explored the meaning of cultural responsiveness and how mental health professionals can improve the ways that they work with Indigenous clients. Pete will present:

  • His work and findings from his PhD on cultural responsiveness
  • A conceptual model for practitioners working with Indigenous clients
  • A cultural responsiveness assessment measure (CRAM).

Pete’s intention in his presentation is not so much to impart information as to encourage us all to reflect on who we are in respect of that information, what are our personal values, and what we each bring into our therapeutic interventions.

pete smith

Pete Smith

Senior Lecturer Indigenous Australian Health, University of New England

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2

Market Savvy – Ethical Marketing and Diversifying Income

In this practical workshop, health and medical marketing and online course expert, Megan Walker, will walk you through:

  • The ethical growth opportunities created through online courses for your psychology practice
  • How to reach national audiences and scale your practice through ethical courses aligned with the Ahpra Advertising Guidelines
  • The power of Ethical Marketing Strategies to build your psychology brand, while helping more people and increasing your revenue

How to Create and a Sell Healthcare Course™️ For Your Private Practice

3

Increase Your Impact With Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Join Dr. Hayley Kelly, Clinical Psychologist, as she dives into the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this workshop, you’ll uncover the immense potential of AI to transform your business and practice.

From crafting compelling lead magnets to developing an effective 30-day social media plan, this session is your gateway to harnessing AI to:

  • Break Free from Tradition: Whether you’re a solo practitioner or overseeing an ever-expanding team, this workshop will equip you with ideas to liberate your business approach from the confines of tradition.
  • Amplify Your Influence and Impact: Discover how AI acts as a catalyst, elevating your ability to reach wider audiences and make a more significant impact in your industry.
  • Realise Your Dream Business: Unveil the prowess of AI in enabling you to run the business you’ve always aspired to lead, fostering innovation and growth beyond conventional boundaries.

Irrespective of your niche, this workshop will leave you with the skills to use AI in your business straight away.

4

Assessing, diagnosing and working with neurodiversity/ND affirmative frameworks for assessment and intervention

  • Assessment and intervention when working with paediatric populations and families
  • Working with neurodiverse families
  • Unravelling the Complexities: Assessing ADHD in Adults
  • Assessment of autism and working with neurodivergent clients

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