|SIOPSA KZN Regional Branch invites you to attend
A Medico-Legal workshop – Job grading
Date: 24 March 2018
Speaker: Barbara Donaldson
Barbara Donaldson is a registered Industrial and Counselling Psychologist in Independent Practice in Johannesburg. She is a seasoned professional in the field of psycho-legal work, having gained her experience over many years, with over 100 court appearances as an expert witness! She also heads up the Psycho-legal Interest Group within SIOPSA which aims to standardise practice and position the profession as a key stakeholder in society and the South African economy at large.
She has presented this very workshop at the SIOPSA Annual Conference to a ‘full-house’ each year, as well as at the South African Medico-Legal Society (SAMLS) event in Pretoria.
Barbara gained a Psychology Master’s degree (cum laude) from UNISA in 1983. She had previously been awarded a BA (Hons) degree in English Language and Literature from the University of the Witwatersrand (1972), followed by a Higher Education Diploma from UNISA (1974), and worked as a Senior English teacher at matriculation level for six years.
Barbara has seven years’ experience as Head of the Assessment Section of the Assessment and Counselling Division, National Institute for Personnel Research. She also has 31 years’ experience in medico-legal assessment of employability and has testified as an expert witness in this regard on numerous occasions. Barbara was awarded full membership of the South African Clinic Neuropsychology Association in 1991, following peer review and accreditation processes. She has been in private practice for the past 28 years.
Who should attend?
This workshop is aimed at any registered health professional who conducts work in the medico-legal field.
Why should you attend?
The workshop aims to provide delegates with an understanding of the following:
|CEU points will be awarded for attending this event|
You do not need to be a member of SIOPSA to register for this workshop. Attend as a GUEST, or even better, why don’t you sign up for membership