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Stable Ground: Meditation for Psychologists

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The aim of this series of two webinars is to equip psychologists with meditation tools for their personal use to enhance mental health, resilience and wellbeing, and to provide guidelines for introducing meditation responsibly to their client groups.

With new and emergent research showing the mental health benefits of meditation for both clinicians and clients, the program will include theory and science/research, practical activities, and resources to support psychologists and their clients into the future.

This activity involves two live webinars and it is expected that these will support psychologists in their own self-care, explore how to responsibly share meditation as a tool to compliment existing therapeutic and development initiatives and inform on how meditation can best support both them and their clients.


Webinar 1: Wednesday, 4 October 2023, 6pm – 8:30pm AEDT
Webinar 2: Wednesday, 8 November 2023, 6pm – 8:30pm AEDT


Participants will receive email support from the facilitator in between the two sessions, and granted access to a learning manual and free online resources.


Foundational. This activity is targeted to those new to the topic.


These webinars will be recorded.
Access to the recording and resources is for two months from the conclusion of the second webinar.


This activity has been assessed against the APS Standards for CPD activities and approved for its education quality. Learn more about the APS CPD Approval process.

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