2022 ANZACPE Ltd Conference

Melbourne 21-24 August

Theme: Waters Under the Bridge

Liminal spaces of reconnecting

 

 

ASACPEV is excited to announce that Registrations are now open for the upcoming ANZACPE Conference in Melbourne from 3.30pm Sunday 21st to lunchtime Wednesday 24th August 2022, at the Catholic Leadership Centre, East Melbourne.

 

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

DR CATH MCKINNEY; BEd, MAppSci, GradDipTH, Phd

We are delighted that Cath McKinney has accepted the invitation to be our keynote speaker. Cath is a Professional Supervision Program Director at the University of Divinity. She has extensive experience as a group relations consultant where she specialises in helping people to flourish in their role. Cath recently attended ASACPEV’s strategic planning day and we came away inspired by her passion and vision for Supervision in Australia.

Cath is the Professional Supervision Program Director at the University of Divinity. She has extensive experience as a group relations consultant where she specialises in helping people to flourish as they take up their roles. Cath graduated with her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Divinity (through Pilgrim Theological College) in 2020. Her thesis, entitled ‘Leading Saturday Lives’ is centred around the experience of disappointment as central to an authentic understanding of a Christian theology – from Mary as bereaved mother to the presence of the absence of God in the disappointment of Holy Saturday. Her research was stirred by her work as a prison chaplain and as a minister in an inner-city community church for many years. Accredited teaching disciplines: Professional Supervision, Practical Theology and Ministry Studies, Leadership, Group Relations.

 

GUEST SPEAKER

AUNTY JANET TURPIE JOHNSTONE

Aunty Janet was born in Portland, Victoria. She has Ancestral connections in South Australia, but Portland remains her homeland. She has lived in Melbourne all her adult life, and her deep self wishes to return to the Country. She has three adult children and one Burrai (Granddaughter). Aunty Janet’s greatest love is the ocean, forest and all our native Creatures. At present Aunty Janet is researching a PhD at ANU on Humans and Relationship to Country. She teaches Indigenous and Health, Bioethics and Evidence Based Research at ACU. Aunty Janet serves on the Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place Board, and is Chairperson of
Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service Board. She is also on the Burrinja and Wellspring Boards. She has recently been appointed to Chair the Committee of the newly developing School of Indigenous Studies through the Melbourne College of Divinity.

 

 

WORKSHOPS

WANT TO OFFER A WORKSHOP AT THE CONFERENCE?

If you would like to offer a workshop at the Conference please click here to submit details by 3rd June. A final decision on workshops to be included in the Conference is expected by mid to late June.

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FEES:

The Conference fee covers attendance, lunch, morning and afternoon teas on each day of the Conference, plus the Conference Dinner on Tuesday evening.

Early Bird (finishes on 30th June): $400

Full fee (after 30th June): $450

 

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation, including breakfast and parking is available onsite (at the Catholic Leadership Centre, East Melbourne) for $150 per night. Please contact the venue directly at 03 9200 5200 or email clc@macs.vic.edu.au, to book your accommodation.

Catholic Leadership Centre Details

 

REGISTRATION

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