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    • 5 Jun 2024
    • 7 May 2025
    • 12 sessions
    • Online
    • 0

    Are you an educational and developmental psychology registrar looking to elevate your professional skills? The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychology Association (AEDPA) has tailored an online Group Supervision Registrar Program just for you. Guided by board-approved supervisors with ample experience, this program includes 12 monthly, 1-hour teleconferencing sessions for a non-refundable upfront cost of $414. Designed to foster learning in an intimate group setting, the program is capped at just 8 participants. To qualify, you'll need to have a primary supervisor approved by AHPRA and hold a "Member" status within AEDPA.

    The supervisor for these sessions is Shannon Morley.

    The program will start on the 5th June 2024 at 4:30pm. Most sessions will run monthly from this date forward, at a regular 4:30pm time slot. Once the group is finalised, collaboration surrounding future session times will occur between the supervisor and the supervisees.

    • 1 Aug 2024
    • 7:00 PM
    • Online - Zoom
    Are you passionate about psychology but unsure which pathway to take? Join our informative webinar and explore the fascinating field of Educational and Developmental (Ed & Dev) Psychology. Discover how this unique field offers diverse career opportunities beyond the traditional clinical roles.

    Key Highlights:
    • Overview of Ed & Dev Psychology: Understand what Educational and Developmental Psychology is, what it isn't, and the broad range of career opportunities it offers.
    • Pathway to Practice: Learn about the pathway to becoming an Ed & Dev psychologist, including insights into the Masters in Psychology programs and the registrar process.
    • Myth-Busting: Address common misconceptions, such as the belief that Ed & Dev psychologists only work in schools. Clarify that Ed & Dev psychologists work with a diverse range of clients beyond children and teenagers.
    • Industry Employability: Hear from professionals in various roles showcasing the wide employability within this field ranging across technology startups, hospitals, schools, aged care, private practice, military and more!
    • Q&A Session: Get your questions answered by leading experts
    Special Feature:
    • Promotional Giveaway: Attend the webinar for a chance to win
    • Recorded Session: Can't make it live? Register to access the recorded webinar and share it with future student cohorts.
    Target Audience: 

    This webinar is ideal for Honours or Postgraduate Diploma students, recent graduates, and anyone considering a career in psychology who wants to explore the possibilities within the Educational and Developmental pathway, or wants to learn more about the Area of Practice Endorsement system that operates within the field of psychology in Australia.
    • 18 Sep 2024
    • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Online

    The AEDPA are excited to have Educational and Developmental Psychologist Clare Rowe presenting on how educational and developmental psychologists can confidently work with clients involved in family court proceedings. 

    With an extensive and impressive career as an Expert Witness to the Family Court of Australia, Clare will dispel the fear that clinicians seem to have around taking on families that are litigating, highlighting this as an opportunity for Ed and Devs to showcase their very valuable clinical skillset.

    Topics that Clare will cover include:

    • General principles of working therapeutically with separated parents
    • Intake procedures
    • What to do with a subpoena, and
    • The crucial role of Educational and Developmental Psychologistsin Family law 


    Clare Rowe is a Sydney based Educational and Developmental Psychologist, Director of Rowe & Associates and The Family Report Writers Network.

    She has expertise in assessing and treating common challenging behavioural difficulties and is passionate about empowering adults to be calm and confident parents through practical and hands on support. 

    Clare has a particular interest in providing therapy for children and families who are undergoing parental separation and are currently involved with the Family Court. She provides services as an Expert Witness to the Family Court of Australia and regularly appears in the media for commentary on child psychology matters. 

    In July 2024 Clare launched her podcast 'On the Couch with Clare' where she assertively and honestly discusses topics across health, relationships, politics, parenting, and everyday life.

    • 19 May 2025
    • 12:00 PM
    • Online

    Join us for the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Australian Educational and Developmental Psychology Association (AEDPA), an essential gathering for members to discuss the year's achievements, financial health, and strategic direction.

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