Online Workshops

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Creative Supervision Conversations for Therapists and Coaches

Taking an imaginative slant to a supervision issue loosens up thinking quickly and can introduce humour and playfulness into the session.

325

Emotional Process Work in a Multi-Therapy Context

Join Dr Daniel Short and learn practical techniques to use in order to introduce the emotional processing skills to your client effectively, and at both the intermediate and advanced levels.

650

Sleep Disturbances & Disorders: Implications for Mental Health Treatment

This online training is designed to increase understanding of the causes, consequences, and interventions for persons who are impacted by sleep-related disturbances.

275

Conspiracy Theories & Political Radicalization: Clinical Considerations

This seminar is designed to increase participants’ practical knowledge and understanding of how conspiracy and political radicalization impacts individuals, their families, and engagement in therapy.

295

Foundations and Applications of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

This course provides instruction in the use of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) in clinical work, and the skills needed to increase effectiveness and reach positive client outcomes.

255

Making Psychotherapy More Effective with Subconscious Process Work

Watch this recording and learn how implementing such skills like prediction, or the powerful effects of suggestion, re-imagining, metaphors, incubated cognition, the power of self-promises, or emotional insight will significantly improve your effectiveness as a therapist, and will allow your clients achieve goals.

125

From Novice to Master: Developing Your Therapeutic Wisdom

Understanding and working through the transition from novice to master is crucial to the self-development of the therapist. Learning theories and skills is not enough to make an effective practitioner. It is how these skills and theories are applied and embodied in practice that is essential. This workshop will focus on the “lived experience” of transition from being a novice to becoming a masterful therapist.

235

Self-Regulation: Strategies and Interventions for Children

Emotional regulation is not a skill we are born with. Helping children learn to self-regulate is among most important tasks. This online seminar will examine how emotional self-regulation develops and how psychologists, school counsellors, teachers and parents can help children acquire this crucial skill.

189

Evidence-Based Steps To Effective Management Of Complex Cases

This high energy seminar focuses on discussing a simple and comprehensive system for assessing clinically complex client populations, such as clients with history of trauma, abuse/trauma perpetrators, personality disordered clients, substance abusers and behaviour disordered clients.

189

Positive Psychology And The Science Of Sustained Happiness: Evidence-Based Strategies To Get Best Client Outcomes Fast

The topic of happiness is intriguing to many clinicians, but skepticism about “pop psychology” may be an obstacle to eager implementation of practice-based techniques. In this workshop, Dr. Nowell reaches into the literature regarding human happiness and pulls together a coherent set of practical techniques for clinical application.

189

Mindfulness, Neuroscience And Attachment Theory: A Powerful Approach For Changing The Brain, Transforming Negative Emotions And Improving Client Outcomes

In this seminar, we explore an integrated approach — incorporating advances in neuroscience, new insights about attachment theory and The Five Core Skills of Mindfulness — that accelerates healthy change and improves client outcomes. Terry Fralich discusses practical insights, language and techniques that will strengthen your professional confidence and effectiveness.