Upcoming Seminars and Events


Upcoming Seminars and Events

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

These events are open to members and non-members.

Lessons from the Folbigg Inquiry - An Ethics Seminar

Date: 27 Jul 2024
Location: Live Webinar

In this session we will consider the flaws in current legal processes of appeal and the role of psychodynamically-informed clinicians in assisting in supporting a humane legal process for people who have complex traumatic backgrounds.


Date: 18 Oct 2024
Location: Aerial UTS Function Centre, Sydney

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - ANZAP 2024 ANNUAL CONFERENCE - Forms of Feeling: at the heart of psychotherapy and everyday living

Date: 19 Oct 2024
Location: Margot Kimpton Hotel, Sydney


ANZAP Past Events

anzap icon 1000 2Elisabeth Shaw - Conflicts of interest, confluences of interest, and managing the unforeseen and unpredictable

Date: 19 Aug 2023

Location: Sydney Venue tba

Elisabeth is a clinical and counselling psychologist who has focused her whole career on how people live and work well in relationships and communities. She is the CEO of Relationships Australia (NSW) and in private practice.
She has been the chair of ethics for the Australian Psychological Society, PACFA, and been a tribunal member (Psychology) with NCAT. She has taught at ACU, UNSW and Newcastle universities in areas of clinical practice, management and professional ethics, as well at providing training in leadership and supervision for a range of NFP and health organisations. She is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society, a senior consultant at The Ethics Centre, a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and sits on a number of NFP Boards. Her publications include a co-authored book entitled “Ethical Maturity in the Helping Professions”, as well as book chapters and journal articles on ethical decision making in couple and family therapy, supervision and counselling psychology.

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Key Contact: Anne Malecki. 
Ph: (02) 8004 9873 from Australia
Ph: (04) 887 0300 Toll free from New Zealand

First Point of Contact

Anne Malecki is responsible for the ANZAP Secretariat. She is the first point of contact for all matters. 

Telephone: AUS (02) 8004 9873