Are you a careers teacher and would like additional training as how to best support your students as they face a crucial point in their schooling life? We’d love to welcome you to hear our Lecturer in Community Counselling, Dr Julie Morsillo share about how we can support young people to make good choices.
Dr Julie Morsillo is a registered psychologist, an endorsed community and counselling psychologist, an approved supervisor with AHPRA, and has been a member of the Australian Psychological Society for well over 20 years. She has been a foster parent and cottage parent, worked for the North-West One Stop Welfare Centre, Vic Equal Opportunity Commission, Vic Public Service Commissioner, International Commission of Jurists, International Red Cross and Whitley Theological College. She has also been an assistant primary teacher in Papua New Guinea, an adjunct lecturer in psychology and community development at Victoria University, the counselling co-ordinator at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and has her own private practice as a counselling psychologist and supervisor of provisional psychologists.
Dr Julie Morsillo’s talk will outline how to promote the wellbeing of students to support them to make good choices. Her talk will outline six main areas:
Registrations Close: Monday the 13th August