The ACAP Alumni Team is pleased to have Dr Cathy Bettman present our next seminar on;
Family and Couples Therapy
Due to an overwhelming response to our 1st Workshop, Dr Cathy Bettman has agreed to hold a 2nd Workshop.
As a member of the ACAP Alumni Community this is your invitation to register for this seminar.
Date: Tuesday 2nd December 2014
Times: 5.30pm - 6.30pm Registration, Networking and Refreshments
6.30pm – 8.30pm Workshop
8.30pm – 9.00pm Networking and Refreshments
Cost: Covered by ACAP
Location: Level 5 Lecture Theatre 1, 11 York Street, Sydney
Registrations: Please see below
Dr Cathy Bettman is a Senior Lecturer at ACAP. Her qualifications include PhD; MSc (Psychotherapy); Master of Counselling; Master of Couples and Family Therapy; Grad Dip of Conflict Resolution; BA
Cathy worked at Relationships Australia NSW as a Couples and Family Therapist, as the Academic Head and then as Manager of Higher Education for the Australian Institute of Relationship Studies (AIRS, the teaching branch of Relationships Australia). She has taught in a number of contexts, from the Manly Warringah Balgowlah branch of Lifeline where she was the coordinator of training to AIRS, ACAP, JNI, UWS, Charles Sturt University and the Australian Catholic University. She has a small private practice and is the author of a novel based upon her PhD thesis (in the area of domestic violence) called For All Our Sakes published under the nom de plume, Kim Chapman.
In this session, Cathy will share with you some “jewels” from Family and Couple therapy theory and practice that are useful, if not obligatory, when working with individuals, couples, families and groups.
Registrations are crucial and are on a first in, best dressed basis. Please register via the online form by Tuesday 18th November 2014. Your registration will be confirmed via email.
We look forward to receiving your registration and seeing you at the seminar.
This will be the last opportunity to get together with your fellow Alumni before Christmas and so the networking and refreshments component will have a Christmas theme.