Asadis Formation Continue est fière d’annoncer la mise en ligne de nouvelles formations accréditées par la CCPA/ACCP pour les professionnels de la santé mentale :
Upcoming events in the field of counselling and psychotherapy.
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Des événements à venir dans le domaine du counseling et de la psychothérapie.
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As an international leader in crisis management services, we regularly recruit trauma specialists to join our crisis responder network. Crisis responders participate in short-term contract work in response to mass casualty events such as natural disasters, terrorist attacks and aviation accidents.
To become part of the network, individuals must be trained by FEI and will be required to attend the FEI Crisis Responder Training. This training is facilitated via webinar and those who complete the training are eligible to earn up to 8 continuing education units (CEU’s).
When deployed to provide support during a crisis, the trauma specialists will be compensated at an hourly rate ranging from $75-$90 USD/hour (depending on the level of support required for those impacted and as requested by our customer).
If you are interested in learning more about the training and the opportunity to become a member of our International Crisis Responder Network, please contact us at:414-359-6571 or you may see details on the training and register at the link below:
FEI Behavioral Health has been a leader in providing humanitarian support for over 40 years to our customers, their family members and, their communities following a critical event. At times the crisis may require organizational support such as an on-site debriefing. At other times, we may be asked to provide support on a larger scale due to a mass casualty event. In those situations, basic psychological first aid is provided.
FEI has experienced an increase in the requests for critical incident support from our customers. Additionally, with the escalation and threat of terrorism and natural disasters, FEI would like to invite your agency, and your clinicians, to join our elite network focused on providing the necessary support at the most critical times.
About the Program
We will examine a range of psychoanalytic and pedagogical theories informing supervision. Presentations
will use a case study approach and are adaptive to a range of experience levels. New supervisors are
Register by JANUARY 22, 2020
The program will be delivered through weekly day-long seminars. Participants will learn through seminars
and case discussions. Topics include:
- Psychoanalytically-informed supervision theories;
- A developmental model of supervision;
- Use of self in supervision;
- Ethics and power relationships in supervision;
- The various roles and obligations of a supervisor;
- Complex and challenging cases.
Dates: 5 weeks, Saturdays in Winter 2020
(January 25, February 8, February 22, March 7, March 28)
Time: 9:00 a.m. ~ 4:00 p.m.
Location: CICAPP Office, 427 Vaughan Road, Toronto, ON
Questions? [email protected] or call 416.690.5464
For more information, click here.
Date: February 7, 2020
Location: Marriott Downtown CF Toronto Eaton Centre Hotel
525 Bay Street, Toronto, ON
To submit your abstract, please click here
For more information or to register, please click here
Overview: Join us for an opportunity to learn about innovative and evidence-driven strategies and recommendations to enhance wellbeing following TBI. This event will bring together the clinical, research and legal communities to network, learn and share research, clinical practice and personal experience in TBI. Learning objectives include:
Learn to incorporate evidence driven strategies to facilitate self-management of common symptoms following TBI.
Hear about current research innovations that highlight recommended best practice in treatment of TBI.
Gain an understanding of the legal issues surrounding medicinal and recreational marijuana use and prevention of substance misuse.
Somatic Experiencing® is a potent psychobiological approach
to resolving the symptoms of trauma, developed by Peter Levine. The training will make an even greater difference with your clients.
SE™offers a framework to assess where your client is “stuck” in the threat response. Providing clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states that underlie so many trauma symptoms. Both theoretical and highly experiential, SE™ offers you effective skills for restoring nervous system regulation and resolving trauma that can be immediately integrated into your practice.
Offered in Kelowna in 2020.
[email protected] for information call 250-860-3181 between 8:30 am-4: 30 pm PST.
|EVENT:||2020 Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, Promoting Well-Being following TBI|
|DATE:||February 7, 2020|
|LOCATION:||Marriott Downtown CF Toronto Eaton Centre Hotel|
|HIGHLIGHTS:||Join us for an opportunity to learn about innovative and evidence driven strategies and recommendations to enhance wellbeing following TBI. This event will bring together the clinical, research and legal communities to network, learn and share research, clinical practice and personal experience in TBI. Learning objectives include:|
· Learn to incorporate evidence driven strategies to facilitate self-management of common symptoms following TBI.
· Hear about current research innovations that highlight recommended best practice in treatment of TBI.
· Gain an understanding of the legal issues surrounding medicinal and recreational marijuana use and prevention of substance misuse.
Be part of the action by submitting an abstract!
Visit https://events.myconferencesuite.com/TBI2020/page/Abstracts for more information.
Registration opens September 2019.
|FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:||Conference Services, PH: 416 597-3422 ext. 3448 E: [email protected]|
Call for Workshop and Posters Submissions
Mental Health and Spirituality: Contemporary Issues and Practical Implications for Practitioners and Researchers
Conference Date: March 20th-21st, 2020
Saint-Paul University, Ottawa
This refereed conference theme is Mental Health and Spirituality: Contemporary Issues and Practical Implications for Practitioners and Researchers. This conference invites presenters to demonstrate the contemporary challenges in the research and integration of spirituality in practice. These workshop presentations are expected to present perspectives from theory and research with reference to the use of spirituality in the field of mental health, with an emphasis on practical tools that can be utilized with clients. We invite submissions from all areas in the field of mental health. Workshop presenters are also asked to prepare a scholarly paper, written in a style that is accessible for researchers, clinicians, students, and professionals working in the field of mental health, psychotherapy, psychology, spiritual care, social work, healthcare, and psychiatry. It is the organizers hope to combine the papers into an edited book.
Saint Paul University, Ottawa, School of Counselling, Psychotherapy and Spirituality
The Centre of Excellence in for Research in Psychotherapy and Spirituality (CERPS), Ottawa
The Centre of Excellence for Research in Psychotherapy and Spirituality(CERPS) is an interdisciplinary research unit that gathers scholars from a variety of fields of interest and whose research reflects current trends in the field of psychotherapy and spirituality in a broader sense, as well as the central theme of positive psychology, psychotherapy, spirituality, and mental health and well-being.
All submissions must be received by October 15th, 2019
Please email your proposals to: [email protected]
All workshops, posters, and academic papers should focus on new and original work. All works must be submitted in PDF.
Workshops: Organizer should submit a 150-200 word abstract describing the workshop and, if applicable, a list of the names and affiliations of those participating. Presentations should be 30 minutes in length plus 30 minutes experiential learning (the presentation of tools for the integration of spirituality in practice) and some discussion.
Posters:Submit a 150-200 word abstract plus references that contains the major sources that inform your work.
Les 23 et 24 avril 2020, nous offrons la formation « Tisser une forte alliance thérapeutique », qui vise les psychothérapeutes et toute personne en relation d’aide. Cette formation sera livrée par Mme Rachel Green, Ph. D. Voici le lien vers la description de cette formation: www.umoncton.ca/formation-continue/fr/alliancetherapeutique. Celle-ci aura lieu au campus de Moncton de l’Université de Moncton.
Winnipeg, MB. May 4-8, 2020
Victoria, BC. May 23-27, 2020
For information about EMDR Consulting’s EMDR Training Course, please visit: www.emdrconsulting.com
To register for the 5-Day Intensive in Victoria, BC, please visit: https://www.emdrconsulting.com/event/victoria-bc-canada-emdr-training-5-day-intensive-2020/
To register for the 5-day Intensive in Winnipeg, MB, please visit: https://www.emdrconsulting.com/event/winnipeg-mb-canada-emdr-training-5-day-intensive-2020/
Or contact: Esta Porter, PhD, RCC, LMHC [email protected]
Build knowledge and competencies to working with trauma and loss in children and youth through theory, hands-on clinical training, experiential exercises and application of EMDR protocol.
Ricky Greenwald is a clinical psychologist, the founder, executive director and chair of the faculty for the Trauma Institute & Child Trauma Institute. He is a leading expert on EMDR as well as the creator of progressive counting (PC), both psychotherapy methods for resolving traumatic memories and associated symptoms.
Click here for more information on the Child and Youth Trauma Training.
Click here for more information on the Advanced EMDR Training.
Michelle Gay, M.A., RCC, CCC
Vous êtes peut-être la personne
que l’ACELF recherche…
Le bien-être et la construction identitaire sont deux thématiques qui soulèvent beaucoup d’intérêt dans nos écoles partout au Canada. Sous le thème « Mon bien-être, notre mieux-être! », le congrès 2020 de l’ACELF s’est donné comme défi de conjuguer les deux.
Vous avez une expertise à offrir, des idées à discuter, une pratique réussie à partager ou des résultats de recherche à présenter?
Soumettez une proposition!
Parce que des centaines de têtes valent mieux qu’une, profitons de cet événement pour réfléchir et identifier les enjeux communs et l’influence réciproque du bien-être et de la construction identitaire. Plus spécifiquement, pensons aux volets suivants :
- Identités – Être bien avec soi, avec ses identités
- Appartenance – Être bien avec les autres
- Engagement – Agir en fonction de qui je suis et de mes valeurs
Le comité a bien hâte de connaître vos propositions!
Date limite : 31 janvier 2020