Mindfulness: The Knowing and Doing in Clinical Practice

This two-day training will focus on deepening understanding and application of Mindfulness as a skill utilized by both clients and clinicians in contemporary psycho-social interventions such as Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy...

Couple Therapy II: Clinical Practice Skills

This two-day course will present essential skills in couple therapy. Participants will learn how to implement strategies using role play and small group practice.This course will cover the following topics:Working with mildly distressed couples – clinical issues in...

Suicidal Behaviour: Evaluation and Treatment

As one of the top ten causes of death worldwide, suicide is a major public health problem. Managing patients who engage in suicidal and non-suicidal self -injurious behaviours, is highly stressful for most clinicians. Research on dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)...

Sex Therapy

Prerequisite: This course is designed for participants with prior knowledge and clinical experience in relationship therapy (couple and family therapy). This advanced program is intended for participants who are interested in pursing clinical practice in sex therapy....

Safe and Effective Use of Self

The relationship between the psychotherapist and the client is the essential element in facilitating change and healing. The therapist use of self in therapy would impact not only the flow and the effectiveness of the therapeutic process, but more significantly, the...