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Thursday, February 14th 2019 - Friday, May 31st 2019 |
Essentials of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A 30-Session Certificate Program - September 2019 – April 2020
Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis
This program is for those desiring to learn the basic principles and applications of psychoanalysis The program consists of weekly two-hour seminars covering the following topics:
Introduction to the Psychoanalytic Frame of Reference
Concepts of Development
Contemporary Perspectives on Psychopathology
Motivations and Drives
Subjectivity and The Self
The Unconscious I: Primary Process and the Internal Object World
The Unconscious II: Dissociation and the Relational Unconscious
Concepts of Change
Empathy and Mentalization
Friday, February 15th 2019 - Tuesday, April 30th 2019 |
Application Deadline EXTENDED to May 1, 2019: Fundamental Psychoanalytic Perspectives Program (FPP)
Claire Lunney, MD CCFP and Michelle Flax Ph.D. C.Psych
Toronto Psychoanalytic Society's Advanced Training Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
The ATPPP is a program of the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society (TPS) that is designed to help front-line mental health professionals apply the knowledge and clinical techniques from psychoanalysis to their work with patients and clients.
The ATPPP offers a two-year course of integrated seminars combined with case supervision by Psychoanalysts, and is based on a tri-partite model of didactic lectures, clinical supervision and personal psychotherapy.
The program is open to mental health professionals who have demonstrated knowledge, skill, and aptitude for psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Clinicians from the fields of Counseling, Family Medicine,...
Sunday, April 14th 2019 - Tuesday, May 14th 2019 |
Call for Participation: IFPE's 30th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference | Borders
Joshua Levy, Ph.D., Hans W. Loewald Memorial Award | Bandy X. Lee, M.D.,
Distinguished Psychoanalytic Educator
| Laura Cameron, Ph.D., Distinguished Psychoanalytic Educator
International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 17 – 19, 2019
Psychoanalysis has always been interested in borders. We explore the space between consciousness and unconsciousness; the self and other; id, ego, and superego; phantasy and reality; psyche and soma; inside and outside; the individual, the family and the collective. We recognize both the salutary aspects of borders as when we talk about separation and individuation and the more threatening ones as in cases of traumatic violation. The consultation room can be thought of as another border where questions of boundaries and crossing of lines are played out.
In this conference...
Thursday, April 25th 2019 - Friday, April 26th 2019 |
Patricia Rockman MD CCFP FCFP
The Centre for Mindfulness Studies
Two-Day Course: Thursday & Friday
April 25 & 26, 2019 | 9:30am – 4:30pm
Location: The Centre for Mindfulness Studies, 180 Sudbury Street, Toronto, ON M6J 0A8
Description Inquiry is the practice of asking a question to investigate our experience. It is at the heart of MBCT and MBSR. This is the final course module of our MBCT & MBSR Facilitation Certificate Programs.
Inquiry is the practice of asking a question to investigate our experience. It has been referred to as the heart of MBCT because it is such an essential part of this modality and is vital for those wishing to facilitate MBCT groups. It is also the most difficult practice to...
Friday, April 26th 2019 - Saturday, April 27th 2019 |
Learning from the Knowledge Keepers: Traditional Indigenous Healing for Modern Times
Elder Little Brown Bear (Ernest Matton)
Leading Edge Seminars
Friday, April 26, 2019: Day 1*
Saturday, April 27, 2019: Day 2*
9:00 am to 4:40 pm
What is to be learned about overcoming life‘s difficulties, problems and traumas from Indigenous wisdom? Plenty! Elder Little Brown Bear, a respected Métis teacher, helper and storyteller, uses core traditional Indigenous teachings blended with Western approaches to address how we can live well in today’s stressful world or what he calls minobimaadiziwin, living a good, healthy life. He says, “being Aboriginal is not a life style, it is a way of life”.
Passed down from oral teachings, generations of experiential learning and in response to both the challenges...