“Board Level” – Autumn 2019 ANZ ACBS President’s Update

The sun is setting earlier, the nights are getting colder. There’s no doubt winter IS coming. Why not take a moment to sit with a hot cup of tea and catch up with what your ANZ ACBS Board have been getting up to over the past Autumn months? In committing all this to writing, it’s
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Membership Get to Know You: Introducing Michael Swadling

By Amy Campbell, Psychologist, ANZ ACBS Member I first met Michael at the Perth ANZ ACBS conference, where he had crossed the desert to join in the whirlwind of growing, learning, sharing and collaborating that can only be found at ACT conferences. In true ACBS style Michael was immediately keen to get into a conversation
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“Board Level” – Spring 2018 ANZ ACBS update

Hello ANZ ACBS members and friends, As the days of Spring pass and summer beckons I’d like to share the events of the past  months for the Board of Directors and highlights from the ANZ CBS community. When I wrote the previous “Board Level” blog, it was the week of the 2018 ACBS World Conference in
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Membership Get to Know You: Introducing Toni Hanna

By Sarah Mooy, Psychologist, ANZACBS Member Each month, the ANZACBS Communications Team highlights the work of one of our members. Today we introduce you to Toni Hanna, Social Worker and ACT Therapist, South Australia. **Internet Gremlins are preventing us from including a profile pic, so you”ll have to see Toni here** Toni is an Accredited
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“Board Level” – Winter 2018 ANZACBS update

Hello ANZ ACBS members and friends, Winter has come, and time for another update from the ANZ ACBS Board. We have had four Board meetings since my last blog in March 2018. The ACBS 2018 World Conference This blog comes from Montreal, as I am fortunate enough this year to go to the ACBS World
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“Board Level” – a 2017 festive season ANZACBS update

Greetings to all ANZACBS members, and those interested in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Relational Frame Theory and contextual behavioural science in Australia and New Zealand. This blog is the first of a series of regular updates about ANZACBS, from the perspective of the Board. It is my pleasure to write this blog as the current
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