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Brown Bag Lunch: Counselling Psych

Brown Bag Lunch: Counselling Psych
Location:
Duhig Conference Room (ground floor, Duhig Tower Library entrance, Building 2)
Start:
12:30pm Friday, 17th May 2013
Finish:
2:30pm Friday, 17th May 2013

What's it like to be an Organisational/Corporate
Psychologist?

In this session Christina and Trish will talk about what it is like to be a counselling psychologist, including discussion on the  wide range of work opportunities in this field.  If you are interested in hearing about the life of a counselling psychologist, don’t miss this session!

Speaker: Christina Hully

Since registering as a psychologist in 1984 Chris has worked for almost 30 years in a wide variety of health, counselling and educational settings services in government, community and private organizations. She currently works in private practice, and supports the M App Psych counselling students through supervision whilst on placement.  Christina has achieved membership for three APS colleges and endorsed areas with AHPRA – counselling, educational & developmental psychology and clinical psychology.  All areas inform her current practice and therapeutic approach. She brings to the presentation the history of being a psychologist in Queensland, - the old and the new, and the experience of developing a knowledge, understanding and passion for psychology as a profession.

Speaker: Trish Cabrero

With over 16 years’ experience working in the counselling field, Trish began her career working for not-for profit organisations. She currently works in private practice as well as in the public sector.  Trish is a full member of the APS as well a member of the College of Counselling and Organisational Psychologists.  Trish's expertise is with Relationships and has worked in the area of EAP for past 10 years.  She feels privileged to sit with others in a counselling space and will discuss how this specialty can be rewarding in more ways than one.

 

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