R 250

Speaker: Dr Graeme Codrington 

Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the new world of work and multigenerational workplaces. He is a keynote presenter, author, futurist, facilitator and strategy consultant working across multiple industries and sectors. He has a particular interest in trends affecting how people live,work,interact and connect with each other.

Generational research suggests that attitudinal distinctions emerge from different generations. While the mix of generations work and live side-by-side has potential to create challenges, navigating those challenges is pivotal. This presentation aims to promote understanding between generations. This is vitally important in our most defining relationships-those between parents and children.

28 April 2021 @ 19h30 - 20h30 SAST

HPCSA awards 1 CEU

NO RECORDING will be available for this webinar.

R 250
Presenter: Ella Brent

Dr Ella Brent trained in the UK, and has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from University College London. She is a Director as well as a Consultant Psychologist for The Day Clinic. Dr Brent has a special interest in the meaningful application of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Mentalising Based Therapies (MBT) to address long standing relationship difficulties, mood disorders and impulsive behaviour. She is also passionate about locating these treatments within existing theoretical models for the professional community.

30 June 2021 @ 19h30-20h30 SAST

*1 HPCSA CPD point applied for

NO RECORDING will be available for this webinar.

R 250
RECORDING

Speaker : Hennie Vorster 

Hennie Vorster is a Motivational Speaker, Business and Life Coach and qualified Psychologist.

This talk provides guidance and hope for parents of atypical children . It explores how parents cope with the emotional upheaval when raising children with neurodiverse needs.  It helps parents understand their own emotional experience, identify and address relationship challenges and assists parents in achieving acceptance, compassion and joy in raising the atypical child.

HPCSA awards 1 CEU
R 250

RECORDING 

Francesca Chetwin and Natalie Solomon 

COVID 19 has thrust us all into a state of flux and uncertainty. For some it has introduced untold trauma and loss; while for many it has introduced an underlying rumbling of anxiety, distress and disequilibrium. As our children return to school we can not expect to pick up from where we left, we cannot underestimate the impact of the pandemic on our children’s emotional wellbeing. When the children return to school, we need to be informed by a Recovery Curriculum. This will help schools, teachers and therapists prepare and adjust to facilitate effective teaching with compassion.

HPCSA awards 1 CEU

R 250

RECORDING

Speaker: Nicole Canin 

Nicole Canin is a counselling psychologist with a special interest in working with infants, young children and their families.  She has been in private practice for 12 years and has also worked with infants in community clinics and governmental hospitals. Nicole has been privileged to train, lecture and supervise in her field of interest. 

Nicole will present the latest thinking and research in the field of infant and maternal mental health and explore the impact of these early years on mental health development. 

HPCSA awards 2 CEU's

R 250

RECORDING

Speakers: Francesca Chetwin and Natalie Solomon 

COVID 19 has thrust us all into a state of flux and uncertainty. For some it has introduced untold trauma and loss; while for many it has introduced an underlying rumbling of anxiety, distress and disequilibrium. As our children return to school we can not expect to pick up from where we left, we cannot underestimate the impact of the pandemic on our children’s emotional wellbeing. When the children return to school, we need to be informed by a Recovery Curriculum. This will help schools, teachers and therapists prepare and adjust to facilitate effective teaching with compassion.

HPCSA awards 1 CEU