Peter Walker and Associates
Peter Walker has over 14 years experience working as a clinical psychologist. He established Peter Walker & Associates, Clinical Psychologists in 2002 as a service to provide psychological treatments for those experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression and couples in distress. In addition, the practice was unique in that it offered specialised treatments for those experiencing psychotic disorders and bipolar disorder. At the time Peter Walker & Associates was established, the development of psychological treatments for these conditions was in its infancy and Peter was considered an innovator in this field.
The practice has now developed to include several clinicians, each with their own specialty, and now offers appointments in both Randwick and Erskineville. The predominant model used by our clinicians is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and related approaches within this framework. All of our clinical psychologists have undergone extensive training in the implementation of evidence based approaches either through Masters, Doctorate or combined PhD/Masters degrees in Clinical Psychology.
Reception will be attended Tuesday to Friday, from 8.30 am - 4 pm.
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WORKSHOP: Managing common challenges in integrated family intervention for child conduct problems
Sydney workshop - Managing common challenges in integrated family intervention for child conduct problems: Content and Process - 1-Day Clinical Workshop with Professor Mark R. Dadds
IMPORTANT NOTE: This workshop is for the purpose of continuing professional development for mental health professionals. It is not a treatment setting or situation for mental health care and should not be regarded as such.
In this 1-day clinical workshop, Professor Dadds presents on ways to manage common clinical challenges in the conduct of family intervention for common child behavioural and emotional disorders. Such challenges arise around engaging families, preventing dropout and achieving change when the parents’ own issues dominate. This workshop focuses on content and process strategies that can be used to maximise parental engagement, reduce drop-out, and facilitate positive change in difficult families.
Standard (book from 22 June 2017): $349
Lunch and refreshments provided. Prices include GST.