Friday, October 28, 2016
There are current vacancies available in the NSWIPP Infant Observation program. Inquiries from health professionals are welcomed for those interested in doing "stand alone" Infant Observation
Taken from the July Edition of The Atlantic, Michael Graziano, a Professor of Neuroscience says it will one day be possible to live on in a computer after death
Taken from the Radio National "All in the Mind" program this fascinating podcast explores the latest in links between creativity and mental illness
NSWIPP presents the 2016 Isla Lonie Memorial Lecture entitled "All Behaviour has Meaning: Exploring the Implications and Applications of Psychoanalytic Understanding". To be presented by Ann Cebon on November 12 at 9pm at the Woolcock Institute.
A recent half-day Workshop held held as part of the 2016 RANZCP Faculty of Psychotherapy Annual Conference focused on Passing the Psychotherapy Written Case. The PowerPoint slides are now available for trainees and supervisors to use
The 10th Annual Conference on the Treatment of Personality Disorders entitled "New Research Frontiers and Discoveries" will be held at Wollongong University on November 4-5
In this article published in Psychology Today, Jonah Lehrer looks at how science is using art to learn more about the mind. Could great artists turn out to be the first neuroscientists?
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