Welcome to PsychDD

Latest News!

13/02/2020: The first forum for 2020 is now up on our events page. Go and take a look at this exciting PD opportunity.

Past News!

30/11/19: Thank you to everyone who could make it to this years PsychDD conference. We hope you enjoyed it and took away something valuable for your professional development. The slides for the presentation will be available shortly once we receive consent to host on our webpage. Stay tuned.

21/10/19: Details about this years PsychDD annual conference is now available on the website. Navigate to the ‘Upcoming Events’ section for more information.

25/04/19: A Forum presented by Dr Jeffery Chan, Senior Practitioner for the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is occurring in May and is now published on the upcoming events page. Navigate to this page for further information and to register for the event.

13/02/19: The 2018 PsychDD conference presentations are now live and available for current PsychDD members.

An email has been sent to all current members with the password to the presentation section of the website. If you did not receive yours and you are a current member of PsychDD please contact us by sending an email to psychddnsw@gmail.com.

26/09/18: In March 2018, PsychDD was invited to be part of a National Roundtable on the Mental Health of People with Intellectual Disability held at the University of New South Wales.

PsychDD chairperson, Averil Langtry, attended this roundtable discussion and if you would like to know more you can download the Communiqué by clicking on the links below:

Communiqué:

https://3dn.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/Communique_Full.pdf

Easy Read version:

https://3dn.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/Communique_EasyRead.pdf


The Association of Psychologists in Developmental Disability Services (PsychDD) is a professional interest group for Psychologists who work in or around the developmental disability sector within NSW. We aim to support practitioners in their work with people with a disability and their families. We do this in many ways including providing opportunities for Continuing Professional Development (CPD), advocating and liaising on behalf of our members, and also providing ongoing support and networking opportunities for our members.