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CREATIVITY IN PRACTICE: 3 Ways that Integrating Music Can Transform Your Clinical Work – Free Webinar with Deborah Seabrook, PhD MTA RCC.

Thursday, November 18th at 4:00pmADT Do you love music and wish you could integrate it into your clinical work to offer clients a new, creative approach? In this powerful research-based and experiential webinar, you’ll learn how: Incorporating music in your clinical sessions can uniquely support your clients; Music can meet clinical challenges posed by the ongoing effects of the pandemic; You can integrate music even if you have no musical training.

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Anonymous Survey on Professional Practice Attitudes in Psychotherapy

This study is being conducted by Jerry Middleton under the supervision of Dr. Shanna Williams at McGill University.   For more information and to participate in this web-based study please click the following link: https://mcgillecp.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_07cZgwlNacQshRc?A=f Participating in the survey will give you the opportunity to enter a draw to win one of thirty $20 Amazon.ca gift cards. This may be done by entering an

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Survey – ‘Risk Assessment in Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention Services: Assessing Effectiveness, Provider Experience, and Readiness’

Student researchers at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto are currently recruiting participants to take a 15-minute survey for a study entitled ‘Risk Assessment in Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention Services: Assessing Effectiveness, Provider Experience, and Readiness’. The present study seeks to improve the current understanding of practitioner perceptions and experiences of risk assessment

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Cultural Conversation – WANISKĀHK – A Life Promotion Resource, Sept.15

In recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day on Sept 10th, Rhonda Bear, FSIN -Youth Empowerment Director, will share the Life Promotion Resource—WANISKĀHK, that has been develop by Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) under the mandate of the Saskatchewan First Nations Suicide Prevention Strategy. The strategy was developed to help reduce the high suicide rates among Saskatchewan First Nations people, particularly the

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BCACC Diversity Training Workshop Series, September 2021

BCACC’s Diversity Series will take learning in cultural safety, inclusion and diversity, and move it into impactful action in counselling and psychotherapy practice.  It begins in September with a training by Len Pierre on Mobilizing Cultural Safety & Humility in Professional Practice.  Len has presented to local Health Authorities, Doctors of BC and the FNHA on the topic of decolonizing practice. In October and November, Dr. Myrna Lashley

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Consciousness as the Foundation of Reality – September 29th, 2021 with David Maginley

The Atlantic Therapeutic Touch Network (ATTN) presents an interactive 2 hour Zoom session on September 29th, 2021 with David Maginley, founding member of the ATTN, ATTN teacher, cancer survivor, and author of Beyond Surviving: Cancer and Your Spiritual Journey. Many of you know him as the Spiritual Care provider in the QEII System in Halifax, NS where he is also a provider of Therapeutic Touch® throughout the Oncology ward, and more!  His book

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Eating Disorder Sensitive for Social Workers and Psychotherapists – Virtual Training Available

Eating Disorder Sensitive for Social Workers and Psychotherapists will help practicing professionals and students build their confidence and resources when working with clients who are experiencing disordered eating. This training is accredited by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. https://bodypeace.learnworlds.com/course/eds-for-social-workers As a small non-profit, all money made from Body Brave's virtual courses for professionals

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Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) Level 1 Training in Atlantic Region

This is the first ever offering of EFIT training in the Atlantic Region. EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED INDIVIDUAL THERAPY Atlantic Canada - Level 1 Certificate. Integrating the latest from the EFIT research with Dr. Robert Allan. Thurs, Fri, Mon, TuesMarch 3, 4, 7, & 8, 2022Noon-3:30 p.m. AST Please see attached flyer for more information: http://peica.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/PEICA-News-Post-August-2021-EFIT-Level-1-Atlantic.pdf

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Cultural Conversations – Indigenous Women’s Reproductive Justice and Reconciliation – Aug 16th, 2021

Dr. Holly McKenzie will speak on Indigenous Women's Reproductive Justice and Reconciliation on Monday August 16th from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. It is an opportunity to meet Dr. McKenzie and hear about her doctoral study on Reproductive Justice with urban Indigenous women living on the homelands of the Métis and Treaty One (Winnipeg), Treaty Four (Regina), and Treaty Six (Saskatoon) territories. To learn more about the research project before the talk there

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Counselling therapists now regulated in PEI

The College of Counselling Therapy of PEI is now established, as of August 1, 2021. To use the title "Counselling Therapist" or "CT", you must register with the College. If you have one of the approved designations listed in the regulations, then you are automatically a member of the College (as a "deemed registrant") and must renew by Nov 1, 2021. All other "new applicants" can apply anytime after August 1, 2021, and must write the required jurisprudence,

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