Case Notes and Agenda Setting

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What You'll Get!

  • Two Webinars
  • Downloadable Handouts
  • Relevant Readings 

In this 2 part e-seminar we provide tips for how to set collaborative agendas with clients along with guidance and information on case noting practices. We explore the application research, APS code of ethics and guidelines for this area of practice while learning how to set agendas successfully and how to manage challenges to this practice. The workshop will summarise how to structure your case notes and how to select relevant information to include when doing so. 

Am I the right person to purchase this product? 

This purchase is suitable for Provisional Psychologists, Psychologists and qualified Therapeutic Professionals looking to further their knowledge. 

How long will I have access? 

You will have access to content from this workshop purchase for up to 12 months so that you can re-watch anytime. After 12 months your access to this workshop will be cancelled. 

Cancellation Policy

This purchase is non refundable. 

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Our mission is to provide professional development and supervision that will elevate the quality assurance of mental health and evidence based psychological services nationally. We encourage all those purchasing to ensure that the services being purchased are right for you before you process payment. To see our full terms and conditions please review the service agreement available at the bottom of this page. 


$69.00 AUD

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Throughout this five-part series, we will explore issues pertaining to cognitive assessments. The facilitator provides a comprehensive introduction to five major components of cognitive testing, including purpose and preparation of cognitive assessments, administering cognitive assessments, gathering qualitative observations and what to do when testing errors occur.

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