Consulting Psychology Conference 2019

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Unisa's Departments of Psychology and Industrial and Organisational Psychology, in association with the 2019 Doctoral Students in Consulting Psychology, are proud to host a Consulting Psychology Conference in South Africa.

The conference will take place on 15 August 2019 at the Function Hall, Kgorong Building, Unisa (Muckleneuk Campus)

Consulting Psychology in South Africa

Consulting psychology is a specialised area of psychology with the aim of applying and extending psychologists’ expert knowledge through the process of consultation to problems involving human behaviour. The practice of consulting psychology is guided by the science of psychology in evaluating the effectiveness of interventions and assessment methodologies. Consulting psychologists should have in-depth knowledge of the main theoretical models in psychology and of their particular methodologies and applications as they apply to individual, group and organisational consulting domains. The Department of Industrial and Organisational Psychology and the Department of Psychology at Unisa offer a specialised PhD degree in Consulting Psychology. For more information on this PhD degree, please contact Mabel Campher at 012 429 8003 & 012 429 8003 or camphm@unisa.ac.za.

The Interest Group in Coaching and Consulting Psychology (IGCCP) was founded in 2006 and the Interest Group in Systems Psychodynamics of Organisations (IGSPO) [was founded in 2014}, both under the auspices of the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology (SIOPSA). For more information on the IGCCP and IGSPO, click here.

Applying for CPD points

Disclaimer
Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities should please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not license any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training.

Last modified: 2019/06/27