Latest Event Updates
Narcissism & Infidelity: An Integrative Approach to Couples Therapy
Two of the world’s most forward thinkers on sexuality and relationships join together to
offer you an exciting day exploring clinical perspectives and interventions for the
really tough situations of couples struggling with desire, affairs and even divorce. Using
case examples and hands on intervention we will demonstrate how to integrate
couple dynamics with “deep work” on the part of each individual.
Friday, April 1 2016
St. James Cathedral, Snell Hall
65 Church St., Toronto, Canada
$145 early bird rate through midnight ET
Feb 15th and $165 thereafter
Registration for event: http://www.terryreal.com/store/april1
More Information: Narcissism & Infidelity – April 2016
Continuing ED credits: 5 credits for APA
Leading Edge Seminars – Toronto
Highlights of Spring 2016
Sue Johnson: Using “Love Sense” and Science to Shape Megawatt Couples Interventions (Apr. 7) /Addressing Stuck Places in EFT Couples Therapy (Apr. 8)
Ronald Siegel: Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: Deepening Mindfulness in Clinical Practice a 3-day intensive for those with previous training and experience in mindfulness (April 25 – 27)
Ed Hamlin: Minding the Brain – An Introduction to Neurofeedback (May 27)
Scott Miller: Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) (June 2) and REACH: Pushing Your Clinical Skills and Effectiveness to the Next Level (June 3)
Plus 2 more long-time favourites:
Margaret Wehrenberg: CBT workshops on Anxiety (Apr. 28) and Depression (Apr. 29)
Janina Fisher: Attuning to Your Client – A Clinician’s Guide to Choosing the Right Approach (May 10-11)
For full workshop descriptions of these click on titles or go to www.leadingedgeseminars.org for our full line up.
Somatic Experiencing Professional Training
For more information about this leading edge training in Trauma Resolution:
Somatic Experiencing Ottawa Training Flyer
Resource: Refugee Mental Health Project
Check this out!
Inaugural Continuing Professional Development Day (Accredited Event)
Continuing Professional and Practice Development
1st Annual CPPD Day
Thursday January 21st, 2016 from 8am to 4pm
CAMH 33 Russell Street, Room 2029, Toronto ON
- Develop continuing professional development programs that change practice
- Share mental health quality improvement and CPD initiatives
- Improve alignment of practice improvement and continuing professional development
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals developing or participating in continuing professional development programs in mental health and addictions
- Individuals on quality committee or programs developing improvement initiatives
|08:45||Welcome and Introductions||Sanjeev Sockalingam Diana Kljenak Lisa Lefebvre|
|09:00||A Checklist for Checklists: Quality and Safety Tools||Jared Peck Lesley Wiesenfeld|
|10:45||Innovations Spanning CPD and QI: The Extension for Community Health Outcomes (ECHO) Model – Innovation in CPD and Improving Quality of Patient Care Good Things Come in 3s – Maximizing Section 3 Opportunities in CPPD The Patient as Educator: Toward Equal Partnerships IDEAS: CPD Through Applied QI Training||Allison Crawford Andrea Waddell Lisa Walter Carmen Wiebe Tara Burra Jose Silveira|
|13:00||Outcomes-Based CPD: Bridging the Know-Do and Do-Better Gap||Peter Selby|
|14:15||Developing Continuing Professional Development Programs to Change Practice||Ivan Silver Sanjeev Sockalingam|
|15:45||Closing Remarks and Evaluation Feedback||Diana Kljenak Lisa Lefebvre|
Faculty and Allied Health Professionals: $50
Residents and Trainees: Free Click here to download the CPPD Day Flyer
This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, approved by Continuing Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto up to a maximum of 5.5 hours. This program meets the accreditation criteria of The College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been accredited by Continuing Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, for up to 5.5 Mainpro-M1 credits.
Webcast: Brainpower: Mindsight and Emotional Intelligence in Leadership with Daniel Goleman and Daniel Siegel
This live four-part series will be broadcast on Tuesdays from 3:00pm – 4:00pm EST on February 2, February 9, February 16, February 23. Each webcast will include a live Q&A with Daniel Goleman and Daniel Siegel. Subscribers will also have access to the recorded webcast for viewing on demand shortly after each broadcast.
Brainpower: Mindsight and Emotional Intelligence in Leadership provides executive coaches, management consultants, and HR professionals with a science basis for their leadership development work.
To sign up: Click Here
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A Review for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Staff Working with Syrians Affected by Armed Conflict
Free Video Series
Sitting around with nothing to do? Follow the link below to about 5 hours of free video from an autism conference featuring among others, Temple Grandin as only she can be. Can’t vouch for the quality, or how long they will be available. It is a Thanksgiving promotion (USA), so may be time limited. Ignore the pricing on the right side and just click on each video.
Happy 2 weeks to exams!
I just watched 10 minutes of the research panel video and highly recommend it. Fascinating stuff on how #s of kids with autism is determined by the CDC and new treatments for depression and anxiety.
Audrey Healy – Fleming College
Webinar: Burnout: A Guide for Recognizing the Stages of Dis-stress
Burnout: A Guide for Recognizing the Stages of Dis-stress
12/10/2015 12:00 Canada/Eastern
Do you lack energy? Or do you feel so drained that you just can’t give any more? Are you frantically involved in getting things done? Or are you just “done” with putting any more effort into anything? In this session, you’ll learn how the answers to these questions could be signs that everyday stress has escalated to critical dis-stress. You’ll learn about burnout, what it is, what it looks like in each stage of its progression, who is at risk and what you can do about it.