Online Workshops

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Self-Regulation for Adults: The Break Through Process

Every client has the ability to discover the answers within to dissolve repetitive negative patterns.

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Anxiety, Anger, Sadness and Regret: Advanced Strategies of Emotional Utilization and Unconscious Process Work

To act skillfully as a therapist, one must not only be able to listen to powerful negative emotions, but even more importantly – utilize them to the client’s benefit.

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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.

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Patterns in Abusive Relationships

Areas of focus for the course will include the development and use of codependency, understanding Dependent Personality Disorder, attachment styles, and using tools with clients.

295

Treating Clients With a History of Abusive Relationships

This comprehensive course will review the evidence and breakthroughs provided by research as well as undoing past misconceptions and errors in prior research on codependency.

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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.

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Unshakable: Inner Tools for Self-Regulation

With training, the mind can be restful and calm even in the most difficult and upsetting circumstances. We can control our emotions, not repress or suppress them, and despite of the circumstances we can continue to be in the driver’s seat and stay there even in crisis. This course will look at the science and strategies for fostering emotional regulation, inner peace and lasting mental stability.

295

Overcoming Worry and Anxiety in Chaos and Uncertainty

This new online seminar is designed to provide you with new ideas to train the brain, calm the stress cycle and help your client create happier and more productive life. Based on current neuroscience, the brain-change exercises demonstrated in this recording will assist your clients in taking control over their anxious minds.

295

Calming the Emotional Storm: Essential Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills for Emotionally Dysregulated Clients

Sheri Van Dijk, (MSW, RSW) will guide you through a set of techniques you will be able to use with your clients to help them cope with difficult emotions calmly and responsibly by using powerful skills from Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). By teaching your clients these skills, you can help them stop needless emotional suffering and develop the inner resilience that will help them to weather any emotional storm and respond to a stressful situation with calm.

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The Happiness Toolbox: Brain-Based Skills for Lasting Well-Being and Happiness

Join positive psychologist and author Jonah Paquette, Psy.D. for an exciting experiential workshop focused on the science of well-being and the ingredients of a meaningful life. Weaving modern advances in neuroscience with strategies for lasting well-being, this workshop will provide you with the necessary skills to transform your clinical work.

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The Most Challenging Cluster B Personality Disorders: When Drama And Emotion Dysregulation Predominate

Sharon Freeman Clevenger delivers an intensive workshop designed to provide you with the most practical information, knowledge, skills, and abilities to accurately identify and work with the clients who exhibit traits of borderline, narcissistic and antisocial personality disorders.

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Surviving The Emotional Rollercoaster: Using DBT To Help Clients With Mood And Anxiety Disorders Manage Their Emotions

In this thorough and engaging workshop, Sheri Van Dijk breaks new ground by adapting DBT for people living with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety disorders and other problems in managing emotions.