Interventions for Family and Child Therapy Using Stories and Children’s Therapy Books
This unique course will focus on how to effectively implement clinical interventions and strategies by using written stories and books. Books on caregiver addiction, grief, and building self-confidence will be used as examples.
Suicide and Parasuicide in Borderline Personality Disorder: Evidence-Based Strategies for Diagnosis and Treatment
Suicide and parasuicide are prominent features in BPD. Although both are briefly described in the same diagnostic criteria, they are distinctly different clinical phenomena and require different treatment approaches.
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.
Growing Up Mindful: Essential Practices to Help Young Clients and Their Families Find Balance, Calm and Resilience
This online course features dozens of exercises to incorporate mindfulness into daily life (in class, extracurricular activities, among peers), specific meditations and movement practices, compassion training, and more.
ADHD Beyond the Basics: Practical Treatments for ADHD in Adults and Children
Learn how to apply leading edge research to your own clinical practice with clients who struggle with these attentional skills. Gain a wide range of concrete skills including assessment of processing and organizational deficits from multiple perspectives and managing symptom overlap among related disorders.
Mastering the skill of Suicide Risk Assessment is one of the ways of preventing suicide and allowing intervention at an early stage, before the continuum between the first suicidal thought and the decision to complete suicide has been finalised. Suicide is difficult to predict but it is preventable.