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January 23 – April 24, 2023
Contact Phone Number: (604) 569-1156
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://dbtvancouver.com/our-events/winter-2023-intro-to-dbt-course/
The DBT Centre of Vancouver is pleased to offer a 12-week course to mental health professionals seeking to learn about Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). The most widely researched treatment for problems characteristic of borderline personality disorder (BPD), DBT is a comprehensive psychological treatment that assists persons struggling with complex problems, including recurrent suicidality, self-harm, and problems with emotion regulation.
Presented by: Alex Chapman, Ph.D., R.Psych., Jennifer Shaver, Ph.D., R.Psych., & John Wagner, Ph.D., R.Psych.
Date: January 23 – April 24, 2023 (No classes February 20, April 10)
Time: Mondays, 2pm – 5pm PST (3pm-6pm MST / 5pm-8pm EST)
Duration: 12 weeks (36 hours)
Location: Held live via Zoom for Healthcare
This course, offered as part of an ongoing consultation and training program at the DBT Centre, covers all aspects of DBT including individual therapy, skills training, telephone consultation, and consultation teams. The teaching methods include didactics, demonstration/practice, audio and video review, and worksheets. Participants will be assigned weekly readings and between-class activities. Among the topics to be covered are:
• Research on BPD & DBT
• Dialectical Theory and Strategies
• Commitment Strategies
• Suicidal Risk Assessment and Intervention
• Chain Analysis and Problem-Solving
• Using Reciprocity and Irreverence
• Managing Telephone Consultation
• Applying Change Strategies in DBT: Solution Analysis, Cognitive Modification, Contingency Management, Exposure, & Skills Generalization
• Skills Training in DBT: Mindfulness, Emotional Regulation, Distress Tolerance, & Interpersonal Effectiveness
• Case Management & Consultation Teams
The DBT Centre of Vancouver is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) to offer continuing education for psychologists and maintains responsibility for the program. Participants who complete the course are eligible for a total of 36 continuing education (CE) credits.
$1,200 + GST – mental health professionals
$900 + GST – graduate students
To register or for more information, visit: https://dbtvancouver.com/our-events/winter-2023-intro-to-dbt-course/ (registration form on website)
Contact Phone Number: (705) 644-2363
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Event Link: https://leadingedgecancun.com/?wpam_id=46Escape winter for a week in Cancun while you gain new clinical skills and earn CEs!
Psychotherapy’s thought leaders will once again meet in Cancun this February to share their knowledge about the latest practices, theories, therapies, and advances in the mental health field.
At this unique learning and vacation experience designed for mental health professionals, you’ll train in the morning and have afternoons at leisure at an all-inclusive, luxury, 4.5-star resort.
LIMITED-TIME OFFER… From November 14 through November 28, save 40%* on workshop registration fees when you purchase with accommodation during the Black Friday Sale!
Choose from six morning-only, 5-day workshops led by today’s leading clinicians…
• Frank Anderson, MD – IFS Parts – Yours & Theirs: What Every Successful IFS Therapist Needs to Know
Develop an effective roadmap for managing ‘your client’s protective parts’ as well as ‘your own parts’ that can get activated when working with challenging clients using the IFS Model of Therapy.
• Lisa Ferentz, MSW, LCSW-C, DAPA – Treating Anxiety & Depression: Creative Strategies to Help Your Most Challenging Clients
Expand your toolbox of creative intervention strategies for treating your most challenging clients who are experiencing long-term struggles with anxiety and depression.
• John Briere, PhD – Complex Trauma & Challenging Client Presentations: Addressing 5 Clinical Dilemmas with Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience
Explore new state-of-the-art interventions for complex trauma while you learn how to maintain attunement and equanimity in the face of five challenging clinical presentations.
• Tammy Nelson, PhD – Clinical Interventions for Sex, Intimacy & Relationship Dilemmas
Learn to help clients out of the intimacy impasses that lead to low sex and sexless relationships while you explore intimacy and erotic recovery and integrative relationship therapy for difficult relationship dilemmas.
• Arielle Schwartz, PhD – Somatic Therapy: New Approaches to Trauma Treatment
Discover new skills to help clients process traumatic events through breath and movement using Somatic Therapy, allowing clients to not only cope with their traumatic wounds, but also find greater resolution.
• Eliana Gil, PhD – Using Expressive Therapies in Clinical Practice: 2023 Best Practices for Working with Kids & Families
Explore expressive therapy models firsthand (and your own creativity!) while you learn how to integrate them into your practice for working with kids and families.
Please join us this winter to learn and play in a tropical paradise! You can come solo or bring the family! And be sure to checkout our optional Paradise Perks activities – available to you and your travelling companions.
*Black Friday discount is valid until midnight EST November 28, 2022, on workshop fees only for new registrations only when purchased with accommodation at the same time and is applied automatically during checkout. Coupons/discounts cannot be combined.
Training begins March 9 – 12, 2023
Contact Phone Number: (250) 514-4731
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://lisamortimore.com/workshops-training/two-year-programme/
Early relational experiences forge a neurophysiological and psychological template of self, often creating insecure attachment which distorts the development of self and impacts relational functioning throughout the lifespan. Corresponding affect management strategies and attachment patterns, accompanied by dysregulation of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), impact one’s self perceptions, world and identity. This legacy of trauma deeply impacts the integrity of the self, creating a split between psyche, body and spirit. Therapists are called to facilitate shifting of affect management strategies, attachment patterning, and support the maturation and development of complex right brain functioning to heal relational trauma, including insecure attachment, PTSD, and chronic shame, rather than merely working with symptom reduction. This training responds to this call and offers an immersive educational experience to deepen embodiment and capacity as therapist.
Throughout the 6, 4 day clinics we delve into the theoretical and conceptual understandings of: the interconnected realms of embodied and imaginal somatic and interpersonal/relational psychodynamic principles and practices; clinical understandings and application of attachment research, speciﬁcally from the Adult Attachment Interview; emergent neuroscience research; trauma studies; embodiment studies and practices, and; earth-based wisdoms. Materials are presented using interactive lecture, discussions, demonstrations, experiential exercises, and coached practice sessions where participants will have opportunities to put the material into practice in a supported learning environment. Group case consultations to further integrate the material into clinical practice are offered between clinics to further deepen practice, understanding and integration.
This training requires a graduate degree in a mental health discipline.
FEES: 1075 per clinic (6 clinics 6450), includes gst
DATES: March 9 – 12, June 22 – 25, October 26 – 29, 2023, Year two tba
TIMES: 9 – 5 Pacific Time each day
HOURS: total training 151
INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Mortimore, PhD
May 29 – June 2, 2023
Contact Phone Number: (289) 968-9619
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Event Link: https://www.attachment-and-trauma-treatment-centre-for-healing.com/2023-lake-louise-immersive-trauma-and-yoga-wellness-training-retreat.html
June 23 – 25, 2023
CPA2023 in conjunction with the 5th North American Correctional and Criminal Justice Psychology Conference (N5) will take place from June 23-25, 2023, in Toronto, Ontario. This is an event not to be missed! Registration opens February 1st, 2023.
Abstract Submissions: https://convention.cpa.ca/abstract/