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Oct 6th - Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: A Workshop for Direct Service Workers [Hincks-Dellcrest Centre]
Oct 6th - Treating Individuals with Anger and Aggressive Behaviour: A Life-Span Treatment Approach [Leading Edge Seminars, Inc]
Oct 7th - Collaborative Therapeutic In-Session Note Taking [Hincks-Dellcrest Centre]
Oct 7th - Mindfest [UT Department of Psychiatry]
Oct 8th - The Attachment Road Map [Hincks-Dellcrest Centre]
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Tuesday, October 6th 2015

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: A Workshop for Direct Service Workers

Lyndsey Davies MSW, RSW
presented by Hincks-Dellcrest Centre

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is an intensive outpatient therapy developed by Marsha Linehan to treat chronically suicidal clients diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. DBT has also been adapted to treat clients with addictions, eating disorders and other complex problems. Working with clients who experience these difficulties is extremely challenging for mental health and direct service professionals. DBT has proven to be effective in reducing suicidal, self-harm and other impulsive behaviours and to increase client engagement in therapy.
DBT blends Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with acceptance-based strategies stemming from...

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Tuesday, October 6th 2015

Treating Individuals with Anger and Aggressive Behaviour: A Life-Span Treatment Approach

Donald Meichenbaum, PhD
presented by Leading Edge Seminars, Inc

Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Location: YWCA Elm Centre, 87 Elm Street, Toronto

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Wednesday, October 7th 2015

Collaborative Therapeutic In-Session Note Taking

Bonnie Miller MSW, RSW
presented by Hincks-Dellcrest Centre

When people engage in a helping conversation, there is often a sense that something special has taken place, that something has been made sense of in a new and useful way. However, this “sense of something” often fades once the person leaves the consulting room. It is easy to forget the details of the conversation, and people often find that the problem reasserts itself in a persistent and overbearing way once they are outside of the therapy conversation.
In a different way, helpers can be burdened by the responsibility of record keeping and find themselves reducing a useful conversation to a few lines of problem-saturated writing that may...

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Wednesday, October 7th 2015 - Wednesday, October 7th 2015


Orlando da Silva, Emily Wright , Dr. Tom Ungar, Suzanne Stewart
presented by UT Department of Psychiatry

Hart House U of T Campus

Mindfest is an all-day mental health and wellness fair that takes place on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 to kick-off National Mental Illness Awareness Week. As the signature UT Department of Psychiatry anti-stigma initiative, Mindfest engages our attendees to:
Promote awareness, dialogue, and understanding about mental health and illness;
Decrease stigma related to mental illness;
Increase awareness of other available community resources and services
This will be a full-day event held at the Hart House, in collaboration with U of T Student Health and Wellness, Hart House, and Workman Arts. Planned activities...

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Thursday, October 8th 2015

The Attachment Road Map

Mary Rella BA, Dip CS
presented by Hincks-Dellcrest Centre

Using attachment theory, an assessment model to cover the parent’s developed care giving system and interventions focused on understanding and repairing these distortions will be the focus of this workshop.
We have always known that parents belong in their child’s treatment. This day will stretch our thinking further to include the child’s expressed maladaptive behaviours as corrective opportunities to heal the parent.
Participants Will Learn To:
• Identify parent and child attachment quality through their care giving and care getting developed systems
• Identify the dyads pattern to control each other vs. negotiate with each other

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APA 2015 Titles on Display
Grounding Trauma 2013 CAST Canada
2013 Christine Padesky Workshops
SSPC 2013 Toronto
CTSACT 2013 Kathy Steele
DBT Made Simple 2013
Of Interest at Marilyn Herie Workshop
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CGPA 2014 Titles
Ferenczi Conference 2015
On Display at 8th CMP Conference
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IARPP Conference List
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