Upcoming APPWA Events can be found below:
4th to 7th MAY 2018
Dr Magagna will be presenting a diverse array of seminars during her tour in Perth. Further details are listed below.
PPAA sponsored experiential conference run by Group Relations Australia
Sunday 15th- Tuesday 17th April 2018 Melbourne
This experiential conference aims to help professionals, academics and managers to work more effectively in multiple roles, with multiple groups, where there are sometimes conflicting interests.
Friday 4th May & Saturday 5th May, 2018
APPWA proudly presents international guest speaker, author, educator and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, Dr Jeanne Magagna in May 2018. APPWA will host a two-day training seminar entitled: 'Working with Defensive and Destructive Aspects of the Self: from Infancy to Adulthood.' The seminar will take a developmental focus to explore the growth of object-relations with particularly attention on defensive and destructive aspects of the psyche and their implications in clinical treatment. The seminar will be of relevance to adult, child and adolescent psychotherapists alike.
Sunday 6th May, 2018
APPWA proudly presents international guest speaker, author, educator and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, Dr Jeanne Magagna. APPWA will host a seminar entitled: 'The Development of Play and Creative Expression' during which audience members will explore how the magic of a child's play can foster growth in their sense of themselves and their relationship with people and the world around them.
Sunday 6th May, 2018
APPWA proudly presents international guest speaker, author, educator and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, Dr Jeanne Magagna. APPWA will host a seminar entitled: 'The Creativity of Van Gogh: Loving, Losing and Living Again.' The audience will learn more about creativity and the way in which it enables a person to work through emotions of loving and losing, hostility and mourning.
Monday 7th May 2018
IN UTERO, a film written and directed by Kathleen Man Gyllenhaal, takes viewers on a ‘cinematic rumination about life in the womb and its lasting impact on human development, human behaviour, and the state of the world.’ Pre and post screening discussion will be facilitated by Dr Jeanne Magagna. This is an open public event and groups of friends, family and colleagues are warmly encouraged to attend.