OCTOBER 12TH, 2017
ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS) proudly presents Pre-Congress Workshops Series.
Workshop A-Series (9 AM – 12 PM):
|Topic||General Principles, Processes and Guidelines for Publishing in International Refereed Psychology Journals|
|Speaker||Prof Allan B. I. Bernardo (University of Macau, China)|
|Description||This workshop shall introduce participants to general principles related to publishing manuscripts in international refereed journals in psychology. The primary consideration for getting published is the quality of the research reported in the manuscripts, and as such, the workshop would revisit important principles associated with good quality research in psychology. The workshop would then review the general processes and procedures associated with the peer-review and publication in different types of refereed psychology journals. Finally, the workshop would also provide participants with broad (and some specific) guidelines for preparing manuscripts for submission to international refereed journals in psychology.|
|Topic||After a Disaster: An Introduction to Key Concepts to Meet the Psychological Needs of Those Affected|
|Speaker||Adj Assoc Prof Clare Yeo and Dr. Tsao I Ting (Co-Trainer) (Singapore)|
|Description||Asia had had its share of disasters in the past decades. In light of the psychological impact on the individuals and their community, much effort has been taken to minimize the psychological sequelae and its long-term impact. In this half-day workshop, participants will be introduced to the range of psychological reactions to expect as well as the needs of different groups of people following a critical incident. To actively engage participants, case studies and group discussions will be used to hone in their understanding of the topics presented.|
|Topic||Mindfulness for Family Harmony|
|Speaker||Lourdes Carandang, PhD (Philippines)|
|Topic||A Learning Culture as an Essential Organizational Capital to Face Tough Business Environment|
|Speaker||Prof Dr. Andreas Budihardjo (Asosiasi Psikologi Industri Organisasi / Indonesian Association of Industrial and Organization Psychology)|
|Description||The fact that globalization era causes tough business environment, a company should adopt a learning culture to win the competition. As an organizational capital, a learning culture plays an important role in enabling organization or company to achieve its vision and goals. The high-performance employees as part of the organizational capital will contribute significantly to the organization to achieve its success. This workshop discusses the role of learning culture enhancing employees to learn continuously and share knowledge one another to produce new ideas and effective innovations. The what, why, and how of learning culture will be explained in a practical way. In addition, human capital which consists of certain aspects such as psychological capital, employee engagement, and competencies playing an essential role in organizational development will be discussed. Some other relevant issues such as rightsizing, talent management, and knowledge management will also be covered.|
|Topic||ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Early Identification and Intervention with TEACCH.|
|Speaker||Margaretha, S.Psi., P.G.Dip.Psych., M.Sc. (Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Airlangga)|
|Topic||Preventing Anxiety and Depression in Young People: Super Skills 4 Life|
|Speaker||Prof Cecilia A. Essau (Roehampton University, England)|
|Description||Anxiety and depression are among the most common psychiatric disorders affecting children and adolescents in the general population. It is estimated that up to 10% of children and up to 20% of adolescents meet the criteria of an anxiety or depressive disorder. In addition to being prevalent, anxiety and depression co-occur frequently with numerous other psychiatric disorders. When left untreated, anxiety and depressive disorders that begin early in life can become chronic and are often associated with a negative course. In response to the growing awareness of the significance of the problem associated with anxiety and depression, various prevention and intervention programs for these disorders have been developed in recent years.
This workshop is designed for researchers and clinicians who are interested in anxiety and depressive disorders. It will begin with a brief description of “normal” and “pathological” anxiety/depression, followed by presentation of findings of recent studies on the prevalence, course, and risk factors of anxiety and depressive disorders. The second section of the workshop will include presentation of a newly developed prevention/intervention program for youth anxiety and depression (“Super Skills for Life”). “Super Skills for Life” is a trans-diagnostic treatment protocol that is based on the principles of CBT, behavioural activation, social skills training, and uses video-feedback and cognitive preparation as part of the treatment.
|Topic||Rightsizing: Business Organizational Performance Improvement|
|Speaker||Dr. Sumaryono, M.Si. (Asosiasi Psikologi Industri Organisasi / Indonesian Association of Industrial and Organization Psychology)|
|Description||One of the strategies to survive and prosper in dynamic and challenging business settings is rightsizing. Rightsizing is a systematic step to anticipate the turbulence of change and its impact. By doing rightsizing, a business organization organized their self on the basis of the right “size”. The accuracy of the size within the organization will make the business development step flexible to anticipate the change effect. How will rightsizing be done? We will study it further in this workshop.|
Workshop B-Series (1 PM – 5 PM):
|Topic||Methods and Procedures for Adapting Assessment Instruments for Psychological Research and Practices|
|Speaker||R. Urip Purwono, PhD (Indonesia)|
|Topic||Social Intervention Technique|
|Speaker||Drs. Harry Susianto, Ph.D. (Ikatan Psikologi Sosial / Indonesian Association of Social Psychology)|
|Topic||Character Building through Traditional Games with BERLIAN Method|
|Speaker||Dr. Iswinarti, M.Si. (Ikatan Psikologi Perkembangan Indonesia / Indonesian Association of Developmental Psychology)|
|Topic||How ASEAN Psychological Community Can Prepare Superior Human Capital for Global Competition: The Role of The Psychological Service of The Indonesian Army in Enhancing Resiliency and Cultural Intelligence|
|Speaker||Kolonel Drs. Gunawan, DESS (Asosiasi Psikologi Militer Indonesia / Indonesian Association of Military Psychology)|
|Topic||Cognitive Interview: Technique to Obtain Information from Witnesses and Victims in The Criminal Justice System|
|Speaker||Dra. Reni Kusumowardhani, M.Psi, Psikolog (Asosiasi Psikologi Forensik / Indonesian Association of Forensic Psychology)|
|Topic||Antenatal Resilience and Optimism Workshop – A Preview for Facilitator|
|Speaker||Josephine Ratna, M.Psych, PhD, Psikolog (Widya Mandala Catholic University and Premier Hospital Surabaya)|
|Description||This workshop is based on a recent study by the author. The full Workshop is aimed to be delivered to pregnant women in their 2nd trimester of pregnancy. Resilience and Optimism are two aspects important in increasing protective factors against postnatal depression. Preview of this workshop will be important for those who may become facilitators in maternity ward/primary health care/and those who have concerns over preventive actions against depression. This workshop is part of full 5-day program which has been accredited by The Indonesian Ministry of Health.|
|New HIMPSI Member Card||Public|
|Regular||IDR 550,000||IDR 650,000|
|On-Site||IDR 750,000||IDR 850,000|
*) For each topic, for all category of participant. Each participant can only attend two topics.
You can register via e-mail (email@example.com) by sending us this following information:
- Email Address
- Selected Topic**
- Participant category (Public/HIMPSI member)
*) seats are limited for every workshop. Therefore, we would suggest you to register as soon as possible to save a seat.
**) Please do not choose two workshops from the same series (for example, choosing workshop A1 and A2), as workshop with the same Letter Code are parallel.
PAYMENT AND CONFIRMATION
Payments should be made in IDR using bank wire transfer to the following bank and account:
- Bank Mandiri
- Branch : BANK MANDIRI KANTOR CABANG SURABAYA GENTENG KALI
- Beneficiary Name : Preysi Sherly Sibi
- Account Number : 141-00-1616283-6
- Currency : IDR
- Swift Code : BMRIIDJA
- Bank Branch Address : Jl. Gentengkali No. 93-95, Surabaya, Postal Code 60275
- Bank Branch Telephone Number : +6231-5319511
After making your payment, you can send your transfer receipt along with scan / photo of your New HIMPSI Member card (if applicable) via email.
DATE AND VENUE
Thursday, October 12, 2017.
Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel
Address: Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org