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2018 Jubilee Conference

The Jubilee Conference was a great success with 498 presenters and delegates. Please check this page for some video recordings of keynote addresses.
The conference handbook.

Below please find some of the powerpoints that presenters have made available

The importance of the social climate to rehabilitation outcomes in forensic settings, Andrew Day

The case for letting theory go… Past President, current student debate – A Hornblow

The gendered nature of workplace bullying in New Zealand, D Gardner

Strengths and Difficulties in Classrooms, B Stiles-Smith

Psychology and the Mental Health Act, M Verhoeven

Psychologists Providing Reports for the Youth Court, K Billing and I Jensen

Practical tools for Resilience at Work, K Jackson

Notes for Ethics Panel, Barry Smith

IDEAS ON NAVIGATING RACE AND GENDER IN THE WORKPLACE, P Pomare and K Agar-Jacomb

Here Be Dragons – Employment Investigations, K McGregor and J Black

Helping when mental capacity for work wanes – distn, F. OConnor

Essential Questions to GROW Your Team Preview 2018, K Jackson

Counselling Psychologists’ views and experiences of e-therapy in clinical practice , C Parr

Cognitive distortions and suicide risk in a community sample of New Zealand young adults, T Tairi

Coaching- From GROW to Gestalt, I McCormick

Building mental health support in the justice system for people and their whānau, J Woolford

Behavioural Event Interviews – Ethical Reflections, K McGregor

Authenticity Well-being and Engagement, A Sutton

WHY ORGANISATIONAL PURPOSE MATTERS AND T Callow

QUEER AND TRANS EXPERIENCES OF ACCESSING MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT Gloria Fraser

Psychology in Healthcare, E Hockley

ADDING VALUE TO EAP, D Bellamy

Therapeutic Interventions involving Mathematical Concepts with a Young, C Lawson

Opening locked gates: Identifying land owners’ attitudes to kaitiakitanga, C Bataille. Due to the preliminary nature of her findings, this will not be published. However, f you would like to find out more, please contact Corinne at corinne.lucas-dsouza@pg.canterbury.ac.nz

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Siautu Alefaio
KeynotePsychology at the margins

Tania Cargo
Keynote“Spiralling In and Out” Te Tōrino Haere Whakamua, Whakamuri

Margaret Dudley
Keynote“But you never asked me anything I know!”How can we improve current neuropsychological practices when evaluating Māori?

Anthony Grant
KeynoteWhat is Coaching Psychology?  Who are we?  Where are we?  Where are we going?
WorkshopEvidence-based  Coaching:  Deepening Our Understanding,  Extending Our Practice

Philippa Howden-Chapman
KeynoteAs safe as houses

Patrick McGorry
KeynoteEarly Intervention and Youth Mental Health: Youth Mental Health Reform: The Best Buy in Healthcare

John Sommers-Flanagan
Keynote: A Strengths-Based Approach to Suicide Assessment and Intervention
WorkshopA Strengths-Based Approach to Suicide Assessment,  Intervention, and Management: Professional and Community Collaboration and Coping 

Other workshops on the pre-conference workshop day, 5 September

Integration of technology-based tools in clinical practice – the if, why, when and how.
Presenter: Kirsten van Kessel, 9am-12.30pm
Developing cultural competence for working with diverse sexualities
Presenters: Elizabeth du Preez & Paula Collens, 9.00am – 12.30pm
Educational Casework Supporting Learning Intervention
Presenter: Jeanette Berman, 9.00am – 5.00pm
Women in Leadership
Presenter: Maree Roche, 1.30pm-5.00pm
‘Conflict’: Moving from the rākau to the ngākau
Presenter: Sonja Macfarlane, 1.30pm-5.00pm

Guest Speakers

Andrew Day
The importance of the social climate to rehabilitation outcomes in forensic settings

Joana Kuntz
Navigating contradictions toward organisational development

Brad Norris
Engage the Un-engaged

Maree Roche
Leadership, wellbeing and influence

Jeanette Berman
Learning Intervention

Tom Nicholson
What works in teaching reading and writing and how to provide research-based advice to teachers

Liz Painter
30 years of NZ Transplant Psychology. Te ako mai i nga wa o mua ki te haere whakamua

Rod Corban
The evolution of psychology in High Performance Sport

Elizabeth Broadbent
The future of artificial intelligence and robotics in Health Psychology

Catriona Davis-McCabe
Clinical practice with transgender and non-binary clients

Jarrod Haar
What can we learn from Māori Leaders?

Wayne Casio
Talent Analytics: Why Are We Not “There” Yet?

Andre McLachlan
Whai Tikanga: Values based practice

Angela Arnold-Saritepe
Behaviour Analysis in Aotearoa

David Holmes
Five Australias: Overcoming Pluralistic Ignorance in Climate Change Communication

Debra Warner
His History, Her Story: Positive Approaches to Relationships and Male Survivor Trauma

HANDBOOKS FROM EARLIER CONFERENCES

2017 conference handbook

2016 Conference

2015 Conference

2014 Conference

2013 Conference