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Liste chronologique des événements
September 11 – December 11, 2023
Contact Phone Number: (604) 569-1156
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://dbtvancouver.com/our-events/conducting-effective-individual-dbt-sessions/
The DBT Centre of Vancouver (DBTCV) is pleased to offer a 12-week (36 hours) 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.
This course, offered as part of an ongoing consultation and training program at the DBTCV, covers many aspects of DBT including individual therapy, DBT 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.
• 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
• Case Management & Consultation Teams
• 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
Group/agency discounts are available.
For more information, visit: https://dbtvancouver.com/our-events/conducting-effective-individual-dbt-sessions/
Questions? Email email@example.com
November 9 – 11, 2023
Contact Phone Number: (514) 243-0699
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://en.reconsolidationtherapy.com/2023-annual-conference//
Dear Colleagues and Mental Health Enthusiasts,
We are pleased to invite you to the “Second International Conference on Reconsolidation Therapy” and the “First Douglas Institute Conference on Psychotrauma”. These major events will be held from November 9 to 11, 2023.
Join us in exploring and debating the central theme: “What role does psychotrauma have in hospitals and other mental health care facilities?”. This event will be a unique opportunity to exchange, learn and collaborate with experts in the field, and to hear about the latest developments in the field of Reconsolidation Therapy.
Don’t miss this chance to enrich your knowledge and strengthen your professional networks with our distinguished guests, such as Guillaume Vaiva, psychiatrist and head of the CN2R, in France, and Alain Brunet, creator of Reconsolidation Therapy. We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting event filled with knowledge and discovery. For more information, please consult the attached PDF documents.
Hope to see you there!
December 8 & 9, 2023
Contact Phone Number: (416) 855-2624
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Event Link: https://cmbh.space/event/online-training-applying-compassion-focused-approaches-to-trauma/
AxPlease join The Centre for MindBody Health in this extraordinary opportunity to learn from the esteemed Dr. Paul Gilbert as he guides us through utilizing Compassion Focused Therapy for clients dealing with trauma. The training will consist of two parts: the first session will delve into the evolution and biopsychosocial model of compassion, examining its impact on various mental functions and physiological processes, while the second session will focus on the application of compassion-focused therapy for trauma and address the challenges posed by different types of trauma.
About the Workshop
This training will be in two parts. The first part of session one will explore the evolution and biopsychosocial model of compassion that was developed to be used as a psychotherapeutic orientation. Participants will explore how the four basic functions of mind (motives, emotions competencies and behaviours) can all be textured by compassion and can also support compassion. We will explore how compassion can affect our physiological and psychological processes, such as capacities for empathy, mindfulness, and a sense of identity and how compassion can impact our social behaviour. Because of its important physiological effects, compassion can create experiences of safeness and connectedness. Participants will be introduced to some body-based and imagery-based practices for compassion activation and cultivation. The second session will look at how to apply compassion focused therapy that can help people with trauma while also exploring the challenges different types of trauma create.
• Understand the integration of various therapeutic modalities within compassion focused therapy, such as cognitive behavior therapy and body-based approaches, and how they contribute to its effectiveness in addressing trauma.
• Gain knowledge about the biopsychosocial model of compassion and its relevance as a psychotherapeutic orientation, including its impact on motives, emotions, competencies, and behaviours.
• Explore the physiological and psychological processes influenced by compassion, including empathy, mindfulness, sense of identity, and social behavior, and how they can be enhanced through compassion-focused interventions.
• Recognize the physiological effects of compassion, particularly in creating experiences of safety and connectedness, and learn body-based and imagery-based practices for activating and cultivating compassion.
• Apply compassion focused therapy principles and techniques to effectively address your clients’ trauma, while examining the unique challenges posed by different types of trauma.
Dr. Paul Gilbert, FBPsS, PhD, OBE is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Derby and honorary visiting Professor at the University of Queensland. Until his retirement from the NHS in 2016, he was Consultant Clinical Psychologist for over 40 years. Paul has researched evolutionary approaches to psychopathology with a focus on mood, shame and self-criticism for which Compassion Focused Therapy was developed.
Applying Compassion Focused Approaches to Trauma
December 8 & 9, 2023, 11AM – 2:30PM (ET)
Online via Zoom
May 2-3 + May 9-10, 2024
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://talominbooks.com/upcoming-training-with-Leah-Giarratano
Core online training for mental health professionals working with traumatized populations. This four-day, highly practical, evidenced-based continuing education workshop will underpin your clinical practice in this field. The content is applicable to both adult and adolescent populations.
The Day 1-4 program attracts 30 CE hours* (or 42 CE hours* with the optional 1-4 case studies).
Only 40 places are available in the highly interactive May livestream, but you can commence self-paced/homestudy anytime on-demand and join us for the livestream to consolidate learning. No limit on places in the self-paced/ home study mode that you can complete entirely in your own time over three months without time away from work. Allow 2-3 weeks delivery for your printed materials.
The Day 1-4 program fee is usually $1,390 Australian Dollars (AUD). Special introductory offer for the first 25 Day 1-4 registrations from Canada or the USA — Pay only $1,090 AUD if you pay for Day 1-4 self-paced or livestream before 8/12/23 (or when 25 places have been filled, whichever occurs first). Optional case studies 1-4 are an additional $300 AUD.
Direct your enquiries to Joshua George at email@example.com
- Registration link for the Day 1-4 February – May 2024 self-paced intake (closes 23/2/24)
- Registration link for the Day 1-4 April – July 2024 self-paced intake (closes 26/4/24)
- Registration link for the Day 1-4 May 2024 livestream (closes 3/4/24)
- Registration link for the Day 1-4 on-demand program
*Talomin Books Pty Ltd is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Talomin Books Pty Ltd maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
*Talomin Books Pty Ltd is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Talomin Books Pty Ltd maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
May 29 – June 2nd, 2024
Contact Phone Number: (780) 220-0700
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://emdrconsulting.com/event/banff-alberta-canada-emdr-training-5-day-intensive-may-jun-2024/
EMDR 5-Day Intensive In-Person Training with Sharon Meredith. Join us in Banff National Park, for this all-inclusive training, consisting of 20 hours of presentations and 20 hours of practicum experience.
Also, included is 10 hours of post-training online consultation with EMDR Consulting coaches Bailey Puchyr-Chartier, Kirsten Ferguson, Brittany Meredith, Kyle Poon, Daniella Sosdjan, Natalie Forcier, and Krista Helman…