29th National Conference

4-5 November 2021

General Information

Conference Venue

The conference will be virtual event

Registration Fees

EARLYBIRD: BEFORE 15 October 2021 AFTER 15 October 2021
2-Day Registration $750 $850
Second 2-Day Registration
(second delegate from same compony)
$637.50 $700
Thursday Registration $390 $390
Friday Registration $390 $390

Register online at https://margaretreid.eventsair.com/29th-eapaa-conference/registration/Site/Register

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Conference Program

Preliminary Program | 4 - 5 November 2021

The future impact on work with burnout

Professor Gordon Parker, AO
Scientia Professor of Psychiatry, UNSW
Founder of the Black Dog Institute and inaugural Executive Director, Head, School of Psychiatry, UNSW and Director, Division of Psychiatry, Prince of Wales Hospital

Race & racism in the workplace

Dr Kathomi Gatwiri
Senior Lecturer, Social Work and Community Welfare
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Excellence in Therapeutic Care (CETC)
Researcher, Centre for Children & Young People (CCYP)
Faculty of Health, Southern Cross University

Telehealth in mental health – landscape changing

Tegan Carrison
Executive Director, Australian Association of Psychologists Inc (AAPi)

Understanding domestic and family violence and supporting women’s economic safety

Sal Dennis.
Director, Insight Exchange
Rebecca Glenn
Assistant Director, Insight Exchange & founder of Centre for Women’s Economic Safety

National workplace initiative, accessing mental health resources

Ms Christine Morgan
CEO, National Mental Health Commission

Does bullying and harassment intervention work?

Paul Gretton-Watson
Director Customer Relations, Marketing and Communications, Converge International

Cyber security

Adam Smallhorn
Analyst Cyber Outreach, Cyber Security, Enterprise Services, the Commonwealth Bank

Money and mental health

Speaker TBA
Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)

Conquering Imposter Syndrome

Dr Jodie Lowinger
CEO and Founder, Sydney Anxiety Clinic and digital brand The Anxiety Clinic
Author: The Mind Strength Method: Four Steps to Curb Anxiety, Conquer Worry and Build Resilience

Supporting mentally healthy workplaces

Ngaire Anderson,
Director Mental Health and Research, Comcare

Dayna Fawkes
Assistant Director Research and Engagement, Comcare

Changing face of traditional drugs in therapy: Psychedelic assistant therapy

Dr Stuart Saker
Toronto Hospital, Canada

Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) as a lead indicator of psychosocial risk, health and productivity outcomes: Status of evidence and how to build PSC

Professor Maureen Dollard
Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow and Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology, The University of South Australia Honorary Professor, University of Nottingham Fellow, European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Director, PSC Global Observatory, UniSA

Dr Amy Zadow
Research Fellow, PSC Global Observatory, UniSA

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PD Points

PointsMembers are reminded that the Australian Psychological Society (APS) previously endorsed all conference professional papers for credit towards ongoing professional development and PD points for ongoing registration. APS no longer provides specific endorsement but we are assured that our high quality papers will once more meet this standard.


All cancellations and amendments must be made in writing and emailed to the Conference Organiser at eapaa.info@gmail.com prior to 15 October 2021. Prior to 15 October 2021 a full refund will be provided, less a $175 processing fee. After this date no refund will be given, however a substitute delegate may be accepted.

The conference will be a virtual event.

After registering and prior to the conference you will be issued with a Zoom meeting link so that you can log in each day of the conference.

Conference Organisers

Margaret Reid Pty Limited (ABN 39 566 141 406)
2 / 88 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood NSW 2067 Australia
P: 612 9882 2688 | E: eapaa.info@gmail.com
W: www.conference-organisers.com.au


Chief Executive Officer, EAPAA
2/88 Victoria ave Chatswood 2067


Phone: 61 (0)2-9882-2688