AMWF Lunch Seminar – Managing Burnout
The ACA QLD/NT Committee is delighted to host an AMWF Lunch Seminar on Managing Burnout with Clinical Director of North Brisbane Psychologists Dr Rachel Hannam.
The AMWF aims to build a healthier, happier and more supportive architectural community.
Join us for a light lunch event hosted by Fulton Trotter, where we will gain valuable insights on mental wellbeing in the workplace by Dr Rachel Hannam.
At this event, you will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who share your commitment to enhancing the mental wellbeing of our community. What to expect:
- Engaging discussions on mental wellbeing in the architecture industry
- Networking with professionals who care about mental health
- Valuable insights and strategies for fostering wellness
Dr Rachel Hannam completed her PhD in Psychology at the University of Queensland in 2006 in the area of professional burnout and resilience. Rachel is the co-founder and Clinical Director of North Brisbane Psychologists, which opened in 2012 and is one of the largest Psychology practices in Brisbane today, with over 40 practitioners. In the past decade, Rachel also co-founded two consultancies to support leadership development and conflict management.
Rachel has a wealth of experience in both organisational and clinical settings supporting teams, executives, families, adults and couples to develop adaptive coping and communication strategies and a more beneficial mindset. Rachel has a friendly and relaxed manner, and is passionate about life-long learning, self-analysis and emotional self-care.
12.00pm – 2pm Thursday, 22 February 2024
Fulton Trotter Brisbane Office
18 Portman Lane
Spring Hill 4000
Members/Non-Members $35/$50 (Incl GST)
Light Lunch included
BOOKINGS & RSVP
Reserve your tickets by making a booking here.
RSVP by Friday, 16 February 2024
Please contact Leanne Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org with any enquiries.
Participation in this event will deliver 1 formal CPD point
Learning Outcomes: to be provided at the event
AACA Competencies: Practice Management and Professional Conduct – PC1, PC3 and PC16