ACAP Proudly Supports the ANZPATH Biennial Conference

Posted by ACAP Alumni Team on 27 August 2014

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We are proud to announce that ACAP is supporting the upcoming Third International ANZPATH Biennial Conference, with one of our alumni, Caitlin Hall, as a committee member and speaker!

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Held over Saturday 4 October to Monday 6 October in Adelaide, this conference focuses on “Clinical Service, Science and Community”, where it serves as a medium for "promoting excellence in clinical service, strengthening the gender diverse community and improving the relationship between service providers and the community".

See what Caitlin will be presenting and chairing in the Conference program. For more information, check out the flyer or visit the ANZPATH website.

We hope to see you there!


About Caitlin Hall

Caitlin HallCaitlin Hall is a community advocate, analytics professional and transgender woman who has recently completed her graduate training in counselling at ACAP. 

Caitlin has over 30 years' corporate experience, working in a variety of roles, including IT, management and data analytics. Most recently, she has been working as an analyst at a leading Jungian analysis firm in Sydney.

Caitlin has presented several times at the University of Sydney on transgender issues and is a member of the advisory committee of the Carmen Rupe Memorial Trust. She currently chairs the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras (SGLMG) Transgender, Intersex, Queer working group and earlier this year, she MC-ed the wildly successful Gender Trailblazers event in Sydney with Chaz Bono and Lieutenant Colonel Cate McGregor OAM. 

In July 2014 Caitlin began working as a counsellor with the team at the Australian Institute of Sexual Health Medicine (AISHM) specialising in clients facing concerns around gender identity. Caitlin is passionate about mental health, with a particular interest in the transgender community. Through her work to date she has engaged both locally and internationally with some of the world's leading professionals working with the transgender community.