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  • May 14 2021

    Mad, Sad, or Bad? The role of depression in youth acting out behaviour (June 16 and 23)

    This webinar will provide a comprehensive framework for evaluating "acting out". Signs and symptoms of depression, the difference between normal sadness and clinical disorder, and the causes of and treatment options for depression will be outlined. [...] Read More

  • May 14 2021

    Helping families heal: Addressing and treating trauma in children, youth, and families (June 14)

    Explore the background of how trauma impacts children and families. Learn how best to work with these clients to identify myriad traumatic responses, promote mental health and encourage healing in the family system. [...] Read More

  • May 12 2021

    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for depression (August 11)

    This webinar will focus on the CBT conceptualization and treatment strategies for managing uni-polar depression. [...] Read More

  • May 12 2021

    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for health anxiety (June 30)

    Health anxiety is often the fear that one is ill, or that one will become ill in the future, despite being in good health. Often the uncertainty surrounding the future or certain physical symptoms can increase this anxiety, and, during a pandemic, this anxiety can become more prevalent. This webinar will discuss the conceptualization of health anxiety, as well as both cognitive and behavioural strategies to address it. [...] Read More

  • May 12 2021

    Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Level 1 (starts June 3)

    In this introductory course, participants will learn cognitive and behavioural strategies including case formulation and conceptualization in CBT, identifying and modifying thoughts, behaviour activation and experiments, exposure, stress reduction strategies, and problem-solving therapy. [...] Read More

  • May 04 2021

    Enhanced Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for adolescents with eating disorders: An effective alternative to family-based treatment (starts May 20)

    The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence has recommended CBT-E for adolescence as an alternative to Family-Based Treatment both for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. This webinar will present data on the effectiveness of CBT-E for adolescents, along with a detailed description on how to adapt CBT-E for adolescents in clinical settings. [...] Read More