Loading Events

« All Events

ACT – WOHD Dinner: Anxiety and EMDR Treatment Update

March 18 @ 17:30 - 21:30

Join us to celebrate World Oral Health Day with dinner and an interactive presentation.

About this event

We return to the lovely Duxton Living Room for an informative and interactive update presented by Susan Pelengaris.
Susan will clarify the 6 Anxiety Disorder classifications and introduce the audience to the use of Eye Movement, Desensitiation and Reprocessing (EMDR). A psychotherapy treatment that has evolved to facilitate the accessing and processing of traumatic memories and other adverse life experiences to bring these to an adaptive resolution.
The inaugural ‘Tammie Birch Inspirational Award’ will be presented to the winner this evening.

Event Information
Registration opens at 5:30pm for a 6pm start.
Dinner will be held upstiars in the Loft Bar and Living Room .
Free parking is available nearby.

CPD hours: 2 hours

Susan Pelengaris
BSc (Hons.) Psychology, MSc (Counselling Psychology), Post MSc (Counselling and Psychotherapy) London UK, APS Registered Psychologist, Full Mbr. AHPRA and MAPS.
Susan has experience in the UK of being on Recruitment and Selection Assessment Centres for employment and in working as a clinician in the NHS Mental Health Teams in inner London. She also worked with patients from Greenwich District hospital’s suicide team. In the NHS she was assigned seven large NHS Doctor’s practices where it was her role to see the GP’s referred patients, clinically, for CBT strategies and skills.
In Canberra Susan has been a Clinical Manager of an EAP House overseeing 30 Government Departments Mental Health contracts and 10 staff for 7 years. She has experience of dealing with critical incidents; carried out psycho-¬educational mental health training for employees; undertaken work place mediations and work place dispute resolution; undertaken work place coaching for senior executives and worked with underperforming staff.
Susan also has worked as a psychologist in the Canberra Hospital’s Pain Management Unit and also worked for Beyondblue in delivering their psycho-¬educational mental health programs for private industry and in Government Departments. She is also trained as a Rehabilitation Psychologist by Comcare.
Susan is currently working in the field of EMDR (Eye Movement) for Anxiety Disorders, Addictions and Trauma (PTSD) and Personal Injury or Accident Trauma.


DHAA Event Regulations
DHAA Members – – To obtain the discounted DHAA Ltd Membership price you are required to be a financial member of the DHAA Ltd at the time of the event.

Student Members – Student Members must be an eligible and current student member of the DHAA Ltd at the time of the event. Student Membership expires June 30th following your graduation. Student Membership to the DHAA Ltd is Free.

ADOHTA Members – All ADOHTA members are required to show proof of membership to ADOHTA, please email [email protected] You are required to be a current member at the time of the event to either DHAA Ltd or ADOHTA inc.

Dietary Requirements – We will attempt to accommodate all dietary requirements. Please send through any restrictions to [email protected] at least seven (7) days prior to the event.

Cancellation Policy: 10 days notice must be given in writing to [email protected], if you cannot attend, to receive a refund. Reimbursements will not be made after this time. Registration can be transferred to another person of the same membership status.

Photography –The DHAA reserve the right to take photographs and videos for publicity, illustration, advertising, web content and reports on events and symposia. These images will not be shared directly with any other business without prior consent. If you would prefer your image NOT be used, then please notify us in advance, in writing, of the event that you are attending to + Google Calendar+ iCal Export


DHAA Pty Ltd


Duxton Hotel
Cnr Sargood and Macpherson Streets
O'Connor, ACT 2602 Australia
+ Google Map
© Copyright 2017 Dental Hygienists Association of Australia