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SASC 2017 Conference and AGM
SASC 2017 Conference and Annual General Meeting - 15th June in London.
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SASC 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held on 15th June at the University of London Union, Malet Street. Arrive at 1.15 for a 1.30 start. Please contact Katrina Cochrane,  by e-mail [katrinaavcochrane@gmail.com]  to register your plan to attend the AGM.

The 3rd Annual SASC Conference will follow the AGM.  The focus on this year's conference is 

‘Professional Supervision'

 Dr Mark Turner will describe different models of supervision that professionals use to support reflective practice and professional development.

The presentation will be followed by an opportunity to discuss various models and applications.

 Mark serves as a professional supervisor for psychologists and is on the British Psychological Society Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPP)   

The Conference will run from 2 til 4pm. 

Tickets can be purchased with or without lunch. Refreshments will be availale.

To book a place at the conference please follow this link: 

Book for the Conference

The SASC 2017 AGM will precede the conference – arrive at 1.15 to start at 1.30 and run until 2pm

If you are planning to attend the AGM please contact Katrina Cochrane katrinaavcochrane@gmail.com

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