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Le SCP reçoit maintenant les résumés de son congrès 2020.

CPA Convention
Cliquer ici pour soumettre un résumé.

La date limite de soumission est le 2 décembre 2019.

Nous encourageons les membres et les affiliés de la SCP, ainsi que les non-membres et les non-affiliés, à proposer un résumé!


Substance Abuse & Mental Health Interventions
Training in Dual Diagnosis: is now available online at
http://www.samhi.online/

Date: Ongoing


Training in Dual Diagnosis: is now available online at http://www.samhi.online/

    This 2 day advanced Dual Diagnosis Training is now available ONLINE
    (https://www.dualdiagnosistraining.com.au/contact-us/)

    This training is also currently available LIVE in various locations as listed on the bottom of our website. This training has now been reduced from $290 to $145 (50% off) and will continue to be delivered on the Gold Coast and other locations as requested.

    If people want a certificate of attendance and also qualify for 12 points (ONLINE) or 15 points (Live) of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) for their counselling peak body (such as; CPS, APS, AASW, ACS etc), they need to complete the full 12 hours of intensive training, covering all of the current evidence based, best practice in the Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD) and Mental Health industry from an integrated, holistic framework.

    The Dual Diagnosis Consultant delivering the training, has over 7 years lived experience as an ex-addict himself and spent over 10 years accessing various treatment and recovery programs to work through the underlying issues. Since then, he has 25 years of clinical experience as a counsellor and 16 years as an educator to Government and Non-Government organisations in Australia. The Dual Diagnosis Training Intro video on the website (www.dualdiagnosistraining.com.au/) introduces the 2 day advanced training that explains Substance Abuse, (with Alcohol & Other Drugs), as well as Mental Health Issues. The training is outlined in detail below at the end of this email and further information is also available on the website. This training will equip workers to be able to deliver a brief & early intervention to people struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues as well as advanced psychotherapeutic skills.
    Module 1. Drugs & Effects

    • Cycle of Addiction
    • Alcohol
    • Drink & Drug Driving
    • Tobacco
    • Cannabis
    • Stimulants (Speed, Ice, Ecstasy, Cocaine)
    • Inhalants (volatile substances)

    Module 2. Addictions & Mental Health

    • Dual Diagnosis
    • Integrative Holistic Model
    • Needs & Underlying Issues that drive addiction

    Module 3. Harm Minimisation & Optimal Health

    • Pharmacotherapies
    • Orthomolecular Science, Functional Medicine & Optimal Health

    Module 4. Neuropharmacology & Neurophysiology (Brian Works)

    • Neuroplasticity
    • Neurotransmitters
    • Psychosis vs Dissociation
    • Psychospirituality

    Module 5. Trauma model & Keys to Treatment

    • Memory formation
    • Locus of control shift
    • Guilt vs Shame
    • Anger, Rage & Forgiveness
    • Dealing with ambivalence

    Module 6. Brief & Early Intervention and Tripod of Support

    • Stages of Change
    • Costs vs Benefits – doing a brief intervention

2 Day Intensive: Trauma and Attachment Across the Lifespan Tools and Strategies to Address Complex Clients

Monday, November 18, 2019 – Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Jack Hirose & Associates

Gottman Level 1 Training Calgary

November 18-19 2019

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Post-Traumatic Growth: Leading Clients on a Journey of Resiliency and Healing

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 – Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Jack Hirose & Associates

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills Training for Mental Health Professionals

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 – Thursday, November 21, 2019

Jack Hirose & Associates

The Canadian Mental Health Summit: Advanced Interventions and Strategies For Frontline Professionals
Co-Sponsored by Sunshine Coast Health Centre

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 – Friday, November 22, 2019

Jack Hirose and Associates, Inc.

    Location: CALGARY, AB
    Email: registration@jackhirose.com
    Website: http://www.jackhirose.com/workshop/cmhs-2019/
    Phone Number: 604.924.0296
    Presented by Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D. and Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D., LPC and Richard W. Sears, Psy.D., Ph.D. ABPP and Jamie R. Forsyth,Ph.D. and John P. Forsyth,Ph.D. and Randy Paterson, Ph.D. and Laurel Parnell Ph.D. and Lisa Ferentz, LCSW, DAPA and Henny Westra, Ph.D. and Eboni Webb, Psy.D., HSP and Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D. and Reid Wilson, Ph.D.,

    For a full list of Spring 2019 Events click here


Gottman Level 2 Training Calgary

November 20-22 2019

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2019 Canadian Violence Link Conference

November 21-22, 2019

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    Location: Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, Ontario
    Website: https://clc.humanecanada.ca

    About the Canadian Violence Link Conference The Canadian Violence Link Conference, by Humane Canada, is an innovative, ground-breaking conference that examines the link between violence against human beings and animals, looking at the vulnerabilities in both populations and how they intersect. In 2017, we brought together 203 professionals from 10 key Canadian sectors that work to prevent and address violence against people or animals for cross-sector training on how to stop the cycles of violence. This was the first time a national conference of this kind happened in Canada, and it has kick-started much-needed action on violence.

    Learning and networking opportunities at #LINK2019:
    Skills to examine the correlation between human vulnerability and animal vulnerability The opportunity to create new networks and relationships that will enhance your work toward ending violence An understanding of the roots of animal abuse and its connection to interpersonal and societal violence An ability to identify the indicators of interpersonal violence and the steps to responding An ability to identify the indicators of animal abuse and the steps to investigation and prosecution of these crimes The opportunity to explore community-level partnerships involving social service providers, prosecutors, animal welfare organizations, the courts and law enforcement agencies, veterinarians and municipal/provincial/federal governments Conference Highlights

    200+ delegates from 10+ sectors across Canada
    Expert speakers on violence prevention for people and animals Cross-collaboration with social workers, police, Crown prosecutors, politicians, anti-violence workers, animal welfare representatives, veterinarians and more Networking events and opportunities Interactive, practical sessions Inclusive and supportive environment Who is this conference for?
    This conference is intended for social workers, police officers, animal cruelty enforcement personnel, judges, anti-violence advocates, politicians, bureaucrats, Crown prosecutors, animal welfare advocates, policy experts, veterinarians and RVTs. More than 200 professionals from across Canada attended our 2017 conference to focus on how sectors can work together to improve Canada’s response to violence. This cross-sectoral collaboration has led to a number of powerful insights and proposed strategies to prevent and address violence against people and animals.

    What is the violence link?
    Violence against animals and violence against people are not distinct and separate problems. Rather, they are part of a larger pattern of violent crimes that often co-exist. Research shows a significant correlation between animal cruelty and crimes of domestic violence, the physical and sexual abuse of children, sexual assault and other violent crimes. This emerging concept that looks at the relationship between violence against animals and people is commonly known as the violence link and has evolved to encompass prevention and intervention practices to reduce vulnerability in animals and humans. This conference will highlight the latest research and promising new practices to advance the criminal justice and social service responses to the violence link, bringing together the field’s leading experts in the areas of law, enforcement, behaviour, interpersonal violence, veterinary medicine and social services.


CBT for Anxiety in the Digital Age

November 25, 2019

Anxiety Canada
    Time: 12:00PM to 2:00PM Pacific Standard Time (PST)
    Cost: $65
    Credits: Participants will be provided with a certificate for 2 CE credits upon completion of this program.
    Register Here: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E344142QE&id=12

    The workshop will include the following:

    • Overview of the emerging role and effectiveness of digital technology in enhancing psychological treatments.
    • Overview of key digital resources developed by Anxiety Canada, which are based on empirically-supported cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) strategies.
    • Review of Anxiety Canada’s new free on-line self-help anxiety management course, My Anxiety Plan (MAP), for parents and adults, which includes lessons on relaxation and mindfulness, healthy/balanced thinking, and facing fears.
    • Review of the tools and features of the newest version of Anxiety Canada’s free MindShift CBT app, a comprehensive and user-friendly anxiety management resource that includes psycho-education, relaxation/mindfulness tools, cognitive strategies (e.g., thought records, belief/behavioural experiments), and behavioural strategies (e.g., exposure, healthy habits), as well as features for tracking progress, setting goals, and sharing information.
    • Discussion on the ways that digital technology can enhance one’s clinical practice, which includes increasing the cost-effectiveness and accessibility of treatment; providing supplemental and easily accessible information; reinforcing tools/strategies; enhancing between session homework and goals; providing a secure and convenient means for clients to record and share information; and improving relapse prevention.
    • Discussion on the ways that technology can improve client engagement, which includes providing clients with interactive and fun ways to learn/practice strategies and track progress; providing information and support between sessions; and making between session homework and goals easier to remember and more convenient to complete.

    Learning objectives of the activity:

    • Understand the emerging role of digital technology in psychological treatments
    • Identify and be familiar with key digital resources utilizing CBT for anxiety developed by Anxiety Canada
    • Describe specific ways that technology can enhance clinical practice
    • Identify ways that technology can improve client engagement

    Presenter: Dr. Kristin Buhr
    Dr. Buhr is a Registered Psychologist and Director at the North Shore Stress and Anxiety Clinic (www.nssac.ca). She is a lead consultant for Anxiety Canada (www.anxietycanada.com), where she has developed numerous self-help resources for adults, parents, and teens coping with anxiety problems, including My Anxiety Plan (MAP), an on-line anxiety management course, and MindShift CBT, a comprehensive anxiety management app. Dr. Buhr specializes in the evidence-based treatment of anxiety and mood disorders in adolescents and adults, and regularly provides educational workshops on mental health issues. She is also the co-author of The Worry Workbook: CBT Skills to Overcome Worry and Anxiety by Facing the Fear of Uncertainty.


Advanced Motivational Interviewing

Monday, November 25, 2019 – Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Jack Hirose & Associates

How to Treat Depression: A CBT-Based Perspective

Thursday, November 28, 2019 – Friday, November 29, 2019

Jack Hirose & Associates

Psycho-Sensory Processing Intervention

February 12-14th 2020

Choose To Learn
    Location: Montreal, QC
    Taught by: Kim Barthel, OT(C)
    Details at www.choosetolearn.ca under conference tab or call 450-242-2816.

Treating First-Responders and Military with EMDR Therapy: Foundations for Effective EMDR Treatment
Presented by Dr. E. C. Hurley

February 21 – 23, 2020

Envision

Art + Science of Love Gottman Couples Workshop Edmonton

March 7-8 2020

BestMarriages.ca

Gottman Level 1 Training Edmonton

April 13-14, 2020

BestMarriages.ca

Gottman Level 2 Training Edmonton

April 15-17 2020

BestMarriages.ca

See Me, Feel Me, Heal Me – The Neurobiology of Information Processing and EMDR
Special PTSD Edition with Bonus Material
Presented by Dr. Uri Bergmann

April 17 – 18, 2020

Envision

Treating Chronically Traumatized Children: The Sleeping Dogs Method
Special PTSD Edition with Bonus Material
Presented by Arianne Struik
Live Stream Option (see Envision website for details)

April 26 – 27, 2020

Envision
    • Location: Vancouver, BC

 

    • Website:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/treating-chronically-traumatized-children-the-sleeping-dogs-method-tickets-64753434265

The treatment of severely traumatized children and adolescents usually focuses on helping the child and the family to process their traumatic experiences with EMDR therapy. But in some cases children cannot or do not want to participate in EMDR therapy. These children may for example refuse to talk about their traumatic memories, they may dissociate, or may say they have forgotten about it. Cases such as these get stuck and often the trauma doesn’t get processed. We let ‘sleeping dogs lie’, with devastating consequences for future development. But how to help these children?

This workshop would benefit all mental health clinicians

Find out more about this and our other workshops: https://www.envisionservices.ca/


Treating Chronically Traumatized Children: The Sleeping Dogs Method
Special PTSD Edition with Bonus Material
Presented by Arianne Struik
Live Stream Option (see Envision website for details)

April 28 – 29, 2020

Envision
    Location: Calgary, AB
    Website: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/treating-chronically-traumatized-children-the-sleeping-dogs-method-tickets-64752657943

    The treatment of severely traumatized children and adolescents usually focuses on helping the child and the family to process their traumatic experiences with EMDR therapy. But in some cases children cannot or do not want to participate in EMDR therapy. These children may for example refuse to talk about their traumatic memories, they may dissociate, or may say they have forgotten about it. Cases such as these get stuck and often the trauma doesn’t get processed. We let ‘sleeping dogs lie’, with devastating consequences for future development. But how to help these children?

    This workshop would benefit all mental health clinicians

    Find out more about this and our other workshops: https://www.envisionservices.ca/


Gottman Level 1 Training Montreal

May 4-5 2020

BestMarriages.ca

Gottman Level 2 Training Montreal

May 6-8 2020

BestMarriages.ca

Art & Science of Love Gottman Couples Workshop Calgary

May 23-24 2020

BestMarriages.ca

Gottman Level 3 Training Calgary

May 25-27 2020

BestMarriages.ca

CPA’s 81st Annual Convention & Tradeshow

May 28 – May 30, 2020

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    Location: Montreal, Québec
    Email: convention@cpa.ca
    Website: https://convention.cpa.ca/

    The Candian Psychological Association invites you to join us in Montreal, Québec from May 28th to May 30th at the Westin Hotel for our 81st Annual National Convention & Tradeshow.