Psychiatry and Psychology meet The Law – A ‘ Y ‘ intersection
Y signifies a valuable intersection when it brings three discrete professional perspectives together, at a common point for a common good. Professionals working in the fields of psychiatry, psychology and the law are increasingly aware of the benefits of sharing their respective bodies of knowledge and their perspectives to inform quality outcomes for their clients.
The LAW Survey of ‘legal need’ shows that over 20% of people will consult their doctor about their legal problem. Equally most legal professionals have clients with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety or mental illness and that these health issues may impact on their legal situation and outcomes.
Have you ever had a client who suffered with psychological distress and / or a mental illness and was also in trouble with the law? Well if so, this is when you will find yourself at a Y – intersection. The Australia New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and The Law (ANZAPPL) – (Tas) – explores this intersection and its relevance to practical application, academia and effects on popular thought.
If you are interested in learning more about the impact on and implications for your practice come and join us on Monday 28th May between 5.30 pm and 7 pm at RYCT, Marieville Esplande, Sandy Bay.
Presented by Yvonne Golder
President of ANZAPPL – Tasmanian Branch
Legal Practitioner & Acting Manager (LACT)
Co-Convenor of ANZAPPL’s 38th Congress: Sins of the Past – reflections and future directions
Monday 28th May 2018
The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay, Hobart
Members $20 (inc. GST) Students: $10 (inc. GST) Non-members $30 (inc. GST)
Light refreshments provided
This event counts as 1.5 hours of category B CPD for PACFA's membership renewal requirements
PACFA Tas and CCAA Tasmania would like to invite you to a Professional Development Event on Monday 28th May. For Details, Please see the flyer.
To book a place online, go to the PACFA Portal
The event on the 28th of May will be classed as Category B CPD. However, if you still need to obtain Category A for renewals, then there are still a few places left for the Maureen Ireland PD on the 11th and 12th May, to book, go to the PACFA Portal.
|Event date||28-05-2018 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||28-05-2018 7:00 pm|
|Location||The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania|