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The Australian & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED) and National Eating Disorder Collaboration (NEDC) have launched connect·ed, Australia’s first searchable, accessible, national directory of Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinicians. The ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential provides formal recognition of qualifications, knowledge, training, and professional development activities needed to meet minimum standards for delivery of safe and effective eating disorder treatment.
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Australian Psychological Society
Military and Emergency Services Psychology Interest Group: Networking Evening - 5th August 2022
This evening is an opportunity for those who work with – or are interesting in working with – uniformed personnel in the emergency services or military professions to reconnect, have interesting discussion, and focus on their practice. The evening will include a panel discussion on the topic of psychosocial risk factors for unformed personnel. 
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EVENT | Brisbane
Trauma-Aware Schooling Conference 2022
The 3rd biennial, “Trauma-Aware Schooling Conference” will be held in Brisbane on September 10-11 2022. This important event explores the impacts of complex trauma on the mental health, wellbeing, and education and life outcomes of children and young people and the need for a trauma-informed response from schools, early childhood education and care, and education systems.
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Bipolar Australia
Coming home with bipolar. Information for families and carers
A comprehensive new Booklet uniquely developed for Carers of people who have recently been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder is now available for use across Australia. The booklet is freely available to read online at the Bipolar Australia‘s website
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TRAINING | Sydney and Melbourne

Birthwell Birthright
When Survivors Give Birth: Understanding and Healing the Effects of Trauma and Sexual Abuse on Childbearing Families
If you are working with pregnant birthing and postpartum families, you will have clients who have been sexually assaulted, whether they self-identify or not. Nurses, midwives, physicians, mental health professionals, allied health professionals, doulas, or anyone working with childbearing people will gain knowledge and skills in this one-of-a-kind workshop, which is the culmination of decades of collaboration and research between Penny Simkin, PT, CCE, CD(DONA), and Phyllis Klaus, MFT, LMSW, authors of the 2004 ground breaking book, When Survivors Give Birth.
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