Professional Development by Practitioners

We use what we teach

Professional Clinical Psychology Workshops Throughout Australia

The Centre for Clinical Psychology’s Professional Development arm is committed to training Australian practitioners in evidence-based therapy. 

As registered Clinical Psychologists ourselves, we teach what we use daily, based on our understanding of the challenges of clinical work in the Australian context. We offer training workshops, online modules, expert lectures and supervision for groups and individuals. 

Our professional development is designed so you can better support your clients through highly effective, evidence-based therapeutic practices. To see upcoming training occurring across Australia, as well as training happening online, select what you’re looking for in the menu.

Emma Symes


Jon Finch and Emma Symes are clinical psychologists based in Melbourne and have over 40 years combined experience as psychologists. Their practice, The Centre for Clinical Psychology, has a special interest in working with clients suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Perinatal and infant Mental Health.

Alongside running their own practice, they and their team offer professional development to other psychology practitioners in evidence-based therapy.

Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD

A model for understanding trauma symptoms to guide treatment and clinical decision making.

Monthly Seminar Series

Provides free, online continuing professional development presented by psychologists and experts in developing fields.

Online Learning Modules

Online learning modules provide continuing professional development which you can complete in your own time.

Supervision for groups and individuals

Group and Individual supervision to support you to conduct evidence based therapy.
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