Applications

The cost of the Deep Dive Virtual includes:

  • 1 resource pack (posted to your door)

  • 2 days of delivery (non-consecutive days)

  • 1 Interim processing session

  • 1 Followup processing session

  • Technology check (1:1 session (20 minutes) delivered prior to commencing the Deep Dive to ensure attendees are comfortable with the technology and are ready to maximise the virtual experience)

Training days: 25th September and 9th October (9am -3pm AEST)

Processing sessions: 1st October and 15th October (7pm - 8pm AEST)

 

Justice and transformation are at the heart of the Deep Dive SAR. There are a limited number of scholarships available to cover attendance costs for individuals who may be experiencing disadvantage but whose work would benefit from the Deep Dive SAR. If you would like to be considered for a scholarship please indicate this on your application and we will contact you to discuss it in more detail. 

 

If you are a member of the Society of Australian Sexologists you are eligible for the student rate (please write your membership number on the application form after your name).  Completion of a SAR is a compulsory step in the accreditation process of both provisional and clinical membership. 

AASW Members please enter your registration number after your name.

Students will be required to show a current student ID on the day.

 

Prices for Deep Dive VIRTUAL 2020:

$550 Full Registration

$485 AASW Members

$425 Student/SAS Member

Full and Partial Scholarships also available by application

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Kerrin Bradfield is an Accredited Clinical Sexuality Educator with the  Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd. They adhere to the Society’s  Code of Ethics and Practice.

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