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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) Training. October 10 and 24, 2014

October 10 AND 24, 2014
Venue: The Royal
1145 Carling Ave
Ottawa ON
Organizer: The Royal
www.theroyal.ca

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR PSYCHOSIS
(CBTp) TRAINING

Part 1: Empowering our Clients who Experience Psychosis
Note: Part 2 will be held in the spring of 2015

Location: The Royal, 1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa
Date: Friday, October 10th from 9:00am – 4:00pm in Classroom 1425; AND
Friday, October 24th from 9:00am – 4:00pm in Classroom 1425.
Please Note: This is a 2-day (non-consecutive) Training Session. You must attend both full days for a certificate.

Nicola Wright, Ph.D. C.Psych*; Diane Hoffman-Lacombe, M.Ps., C.Psych.; Raphaela Fleisher, MSW RSW; Dylan Myllymaki, MSW, RSW; Sandra Jacquens, MSW, RSW; and guest speakers

Co-author Treating Psychosis: Integrating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy and Mindfulness in the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Tradition by Wright, Turkington, Kelly, Davies, Jacobs, & Hopton with a foreword by Dr. Aaron Beck.

Learning Objectives:

  • To enhance knowledge and understanding about CBTp;
  • To enhance client empowerment and meaning-making through a strengths-based approach to CBTp;
  • To develop an understanding of a respectful, collaborative, compassion-focused approach to the principles underlying CBTp;
  • To develop knowledge and skills to apply CBTp strategies.

Expectations:
This interactive experiential training series is intended to increase knowledge and skills in CBT for psychosis. Active participation within the training sessions including role-plays and experiential/practice exercises is encouraged. CBT for psychosis readings are encouraged to enhance understanding and application of skills. Feedback around between-session application of knowledge and skills will be requested. It is expected that participants will miss no more than ΒΌ day. Part 2 of this workshop will be offered in spring 2015. Participants will be offered 1 hour of consultation twice a month by phone or in person prior to the commencement of Part 2.

Target Audience: Mental health practitioners who work with people who experience psychosis.

Registration and Fees:

  • Community Mental Health Professionals: $200 (Register HERE)
  • Students: $90 (Register HERE)
  • Charitable Organizations for those with lived experience of Psychosis, Peer Support Workers, and the Royal’s Client Empowerment and Family Council Members: 3ppl X Pro bono (Register HERE)

For more information please contact Amy Quinn at amy.quinn@theroyal.ca or 613-722-6521 ext. 6570.

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