ANZAP Psychotherapy News and Events

ANZAP Upcoming Events

ANZAP has a range of Psychotherapy related events over the year, including conferences, ongoing seminars and workshops.

To book or register your interest in any of the events listed below, simply click on the title of the event and follow the booking instructions.



anzap icon 1000 2Professor Andrew Samuels - ANZAP Pre-Conference Workshop

Date: 18 Oct 2019

Location: Wattle Room, Aerial UTS Conference Centre, Building 10, Level 7, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, Sydney

Andrew Samuels is a Jungian analyst, university professor, author, activist and political consultant. He is well known for his work at the interface of psychotherapy and politics. His work on sexuality, relationships, spirituality, men and fathers has been widely appreciated. He is a former Chair of the UK Council for Psychotherapy, co-founder of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility and of the Alliance for Counselling and Psychotherapy. His many books have been translated into 19 languages.

anzap icon 1000 2Jacinta Frawley - ANZAP Pre-Conference Workshop

Date: 18 Oct 2019

Location: Wattle Room, Aerial UTS Conference Centre, Building 10, Level 7, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, Sydney

Jacinta Frawley is a Jungian Analyst trained at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She is currently a Training Analyst and Director of Training at the Australian New Zealand Society of Jungian analysts (ANZSJA). She is in private practice in southern Sydney and has a particular interest in the experience and manifestation of unconscious processes in everyday life and popular culture.

anzap icon 1000 2ANZAP Annual Conference 2019 - Society and Spirit in the Therapeutic Space

Date: 19 Oct 2019

Location: Primus Hotel Sydney, 339 Pitt Street, Sydney

Join us for this important annual event on the ANZAP calendar.

anzap icon 1000 2The Talking Cure Revisited, from Transference to Counter-Transference Driven Therapy

Date: 15 Feb 2020

Location: Sydney University

Relational psychotherapy has its roots in both inter-personal theories and object relations but it is a broad tent and it encompasses many different approaches. It is a difficult approach to describe as it is not technique based and cannot be manualised. However, it is a definite sensibility and it is this sensibility that Gill Straker and Jacqui Winship capture in their book The Talking Cure.

anzap icon 1000 2Affect Regulation through Mind/Body Integration (Using Heart rate Variability Tools)

Date: 28 Mar 2020

Location: Sydney University

Elana Cohen is a psychologist and psychotherapist working in private practice in Sydney. In addition to psychotherapy Elana has an interest in biofeedback and the interrelatedness of mind and body. Where appropriate she integrates Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback, an evidence-based treatment modality, into her psychotherapy work with clients. Elana has a Masters of Science in Medicine (Psychotherapy) through Sydney University. She is a seminar leader for the Advanced Training in the Psychotherapies RANZCP trainees in NSW and is co-secretary to the Board of the Blue Knot Foundation.

anzap icon 1000 2Seminar presented by Julia Meyerowitz-Katz and Kevin Connor SC

Date: 28 May 2020

Location: Sydney University

Julia will present "Disquiet in the consulting room: everything/nothing that is said here is confidential" and Kevin will present on what happens when your notes are subpoenaed.

anzap icon 1000 2Streaming live for us from the USA - Dr Terry Marks-Tarlow presenting "The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Intuitive Flashes, Hunches, and Gut Feelings"

Date: 25 Jul 2020

Location: Sydney University

How do we know exactly what to do and say as psychotherapists? Clinical intuition is indispensable to effective psychotherapy, yet the topic is rarely discussed within the current social politics of our field. Clinical intuition fills the gap between theory and practice through moment-­to-­moment, embodied perceptions and emergent responses unique to each person, moment, and therapeutic dyad.

anzap icon 1000 2Gender Diversity in a Contemporary Jungian Psychoanalytic Context

Date: 22 Aug 2020

Location: Sydney University

Presented by ANZAP Member Katina Ellis and Psychotherapist and Jungian Analyst Kerrie Kirkwood


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