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Thursday, May 13th 2021 - Saturday, May 15th 2021

CCPA 2021 - Helping Each Other in the Face of Adversity / S'entraider face a l'adversite

Keynotes by James Makokis and Carol Allain
presented by CCPA / ACCP

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This event will feature live & recorded sessions being presented throughout the month of May, with a full schedule from the 13th to the 15th. The full list of sessions is here .

Pre-Conference Workshops:

P1 - A Primer on Clinical Supervision for Counsellors and Psychotherapists: Enhancing Professional Development of New Challenges via Establishment of a Framework for Informed Supervision - Blythe Shepard and Lori Rudniski, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

P2 - Therapy with Children and Families in High Conflict Divorce: Avoiding Pitfalls, Advancing Practice, Jeff Chang, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

P3 - ABC... Respirez : promouvoir la santé mentale positive chez les jeunes enfants, Brigette L'heureux et Hélène Archambault, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

P4 - Build Your Own Resilience Plan, Maureen Pollard, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

P5 - Time for Serious Play. An Experience of Expressive Arts to Step Back from Challenges and to Imagine Possibilities, Janet Stalenhoef and Mary Norton, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

P6 - Working with Animals in Practice, Eileen Bona, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

P7 - Applying Trauma-Informed Mindfulness, in Session, Melissa Jay, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

P8 - An Integrated Model for Training Psychotherapists, Sam Berg, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

P9 - Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs): Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 and Establishing A Sub-Specialty Field of Perinatal Mental Health Forensics in Canada, Gina Wong, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Keynotes:

May 14: James Makokis, 10:30-11:30 am

Miyomâmitoneyihcikan, sohkemâmitoneyihcikan - "A Good Mind, a Strong Mind: Understanding the Indigenous Health Care System" / Miyomâmitoneyihcikan, sohkemâmitoneyihcikan - « Un bon esprit, un esprit fort : Comprendre le système de santé autochtone »

In this talk, Dr. Makokis will provide an overview of the Nehiyô health system and what contributes to building and creating resiliency within individuals. The Nehiyô health system is based heavily in cultural and ceremonial activities that provide for both health prevention and intervention processes. The health system is also reflected in land formations and visul represenations in ceremonial activities. Participants will gain an understanding and appreciation of these and how vital it is to incorporate into all aspects of care for Indigenous Peoples.

Au cours de cette présentation, le Dr Makokis donnera un aperçu du système de santé Nehiyô et de ce qui contribue à renforcer et à créer la résilience chez les individus. Le système de santé Nehiyô est fortement basé sur des activités culturelles et cérémonielles qui prévoient à la fois des processus de prévention et d'intervention en matière de santé. Le système de santé se reflète également dans les formations territorielles et les représentations visuelles lors des cérémonies. Les participants acquerront une compréhension et une appréciation de ceux-ci et de l'importance vitale d'intégrer tous les aspects des soins aux peuples autochtones.

James Makokis, M.D. is a two-spirit Family Physician who practices Family Medicine in Kinokamasihk Nehiyawak Nation (Kehewin Cree Nation) and in Edmonton where he has a subspecialty transgender health practice. He believes that only through the inclusion of Indigenous knowledge across all areas of programming in Indigenous Nations, and working collabortively with traditional medicine people will true healing occur. Most recently, James and his partner Anthony won The Amazing Race Canada as Team Ahkameyimok.

James Makokis, MD, est un médecin de famille bi-spirituel qui pratique la médecine familiale dans la nation Kinokamasihk Nehiyawak (nation crie Kehewin) et à Edmonton, où il a une pratique privée dans sa sous-spécialité, la santé des transgenres. Il croit que seule la prise en compte des connaissances autochtones dans tous les domaines de la programmation des nations autochtones et la collaboration avec les spécialistes de la médecine traditionnelle permettront une véritable guérison. Récemment, James et son conjoint Anthony ont gagné The Amazing Race Canada: Une course contre la montre faisant partie de l'équipe Ahkameyimok.

May 15, Carol Allain, 1:00 - 2:00 pm

Les générations et les effets secondaires de la Covid-19 sur les carrières / The Generations and the Secondary Effects of COV19 on Careers

La Covid-19 nous invite à repenser le monde du travail et particulièrement en ce qui a trait aux enjeux des générations, l'importance d'interagir entre elles et d'initier de nouvelles manières de faire et d'être. Cette formation passe en revue les caractéristiques de la génération silencieuse (1901-1944), les baby-boomers (1945-1963), la génération X (1964-1978), la génération Y (1979-1994) et la génération Z (1995-2010) afin de les confronter pour mettre en lumière les tensions qui surgissent entre elles et les modes d'accommodement possibles. Hormis la génération dite traditionnelle, ces générations ont en commun les attributs suivants : l'univers des apparences, le rituel de l'urgence, le culte de l'immédiat, la fascination de la célébrité, la valorisation du court terme. En tenant compte de ces phénomènes en cours, les générations décrites coexistent au fil des relations changeantes marquées par l'alternance du conflit et de la coopération . Les générations font d'étranges migrations à travers l'espace des cultures humaines, leurs trajectoires se jouent allégrement de nos directives. Elles réconcilient les forces qui ordonnent et les forces qui renouvellent. C'est là toute la complexité du présent. Nous sommes tous et toutes convié-e-s à créer de nouvelles alliances entre les collègues et les membres de toute l'équipe. Nos valeurs ont vécues depuis le début de la pandémie un choc, une remise en question et beaucoup d'incertitudes. Nous savons maintenant l'importance de travailler ensemble collectivement. Plus jamais seul!COVID-19 has made us rethink the way we work, particularly with respect to issues pertaining to the different generations, as well as the importance of interacting with them and helping them find new ways of doing things, accompanied by different habits.

This program profiles the Silent Generation (1901-1944), the Baby Boomers (1945-1963), Generation X (1964-1978), Generation Y (1979-1994), and Generation Z (1995-2010), so we can help them understand the tensions that arise between them and possible solutions for it. Apart from the "Traditional Generation," these generations share the following characteristics: an emphasis on appearances, a sense that everything is urgent, a need for instant gratification, a cult of celebrity and a focus on "now." Beyond such social phenomena, these generations coexist through changing relationships marked by alternating conflict and cooperation. The generations make strange migrations through the space of human cultures, their trajectories paying little attention to our rules. These generations manage to reconcile the forces that command with those that renew, showcasing the complexity of today's world. We are all looking forward to forging new relationships among coworkers and with the entire team. Since the start of the pandemic, our values have come into serious question. Now we know how crucial it is to work together-and never again alone.

Carol Allain est ex-chargé de cours à l'Université d'Ottawa et à l'Université du Québec. Depuis 1986, il donne plus de 200 conférences chaque année dans nombre d'entreprises, d'institutions, d'associations et d'organisations au Canada, en France, en Suisse, en Belgique, en Allemagne, en Martinique, au Portugal et dans d'autres pays. Parmi ses ouvrages : Le choc des générations, Du je triomphant au nous rassembleur (Éditions Château d'encre, 2017, 9e Édition, vendu à plus de 50 000 exemplaires) a été réédité neuf fois et son succès ne se dément pas au fil des ans.

Carol Allain is an ex-lecturer at the University of Ottawa and the Université du Québec. Since 1986, he has given more than 200 lectures every year in many companies, institutions, associations, and organizations in Canada, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Martinique, Portugal, and other countries. His works include: Le choc des générations, Du je triomphant au nous rassembleur (Éditions Château d'encre, 2017, 9th Edition, more than 50,000 copies sold), which has been reissued nine times and its success has not waned over the years.

Live Concurrent Sessions / Seances simultanees en direct

Friday / Vendredi, May 14

12:30 PM - 01:30 PM

A1 - Compassion Satisfaction - Coping with Secondary Traumatic Stress / A1 - La satisfaction de compassion - Gestion du stress traumatique secondaire English / Anglais
A2 - Counselling for Radical Hope in the Context of Unprecedented Uncertainty
A3 - Creating Calm: A Whole Family Approach to Managing Stress and Anxiety
A4 - The Happy Brain - A Review of the Conceptual Framework of Mental Hygiene and its Implications for Public Mental Health Promotion.
A5 -1 - Counseling Across Cultures: The Need for Specialized Training / A5 -2 - Decolonized Mental Health Practices
A6-1 - Situating Inclusive Leadership in Post-Secondary Student Mental Health and Intersectionality Issues: Voices of Educational Leaders / A6-2 - Interrupting Institutional Heteronormativity: School Counsellors' Role in Advocating for Students with Diverse Gender Identities and Sexual Orientation

02:30 PM - 03:30 PM

A7 - Using Digital Health in Trauma-Affected Populations: What do we Know, and What do we need to Know? / A7 - Le recours aux soins de santé à distance auprès des populations touchées par un traumatisme : que savons-nous et que devrions-nous savoir? English / Anglais
A8 - Indoor Bodies - How To Best Support Clients With Eating Disorders During The Pandemic
A9 - Innerwork for Couples: A Polyvocal and Multidimensional Approach
A10 - Les processus d'intégration professionnelle et de maintien au travail des femmes cadres : des enjeux aux stratégies
A11-1 - Dogs to the Rescue / A11-2 - The Value of Animal Friendships
A12 - Integrating Hope-focused Practices into Schools for Life and Career Development

04:30 PM - 05:30 PM

A13-1 - Navigating Uncertainty: Building Youth Resilience & A13-2 - Navigating Validation, Social Justice, and Resilience during Difficult Times A13-1 - Naviguer dans l'incertitude : renforcer la résilience des jeunes & A13-2 - Naviguer la validation, la justice sociale et la résilience en période difficile
A14 - All-Nations Virtual Drum Circle
A15 - Refreshing Your Ethical Practice
A16-1 - Video-Conferencing Clinical Supervision of Rural, Remote and Northern Counsellors to Mitigate Compassion Fatigue / A16-2 - Facilitating Therapy Groups Online
A17 - The Link Between Sexual Assault and Suicide
A18-1 - More Than Just A 'Safe Space': How To Make Your Practice LGBTQ2S+ Inclusive / A18-2 - The Experiences of Transgender or Gender Non-Conforming People Participating in a Non-affirming Religion - An IPA inquiry

Saturday / Samedi, May 15

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

B1 - The Professional is Political: Intersectionality, Counselling Practice and Social Change / B1 - Le professionnel est politique : intersectionnalité, pratique du counseling et changement social English / Anglais
B3 - Cultiver la souplesse psychologique de nos clients avec l'approche d'acceptation et d'engagement (ACT)
B5-1 - Childhood Adversity & Resilience: Implications for Supporting the Mental Health of Autistic Clients / B5-2 - A Group Digital Art Therapy Program for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
B6 - My Therapeutic Work with Radicalized Populations during the Pandemic

03:00 PM - 04:00 PM

B7 - Resilient Engagement in the COVID-19 Era / B7 - De l'engagement résilient à l'ère de la COVID-19 English / Anglais
B8 - Dance, Movement and the Pandemic: Embodied and Indigenous Perspective on Well-Being for Counselling
B9 - Supervision During a National Crisis
B10 - Treating Infidelity During the First Weeks of Therapy
B11 - Exploring Issues in Rural and Remote School Counselling
B12 - Increasing Mental Health Professionals' Awareness of Black Canadian Immigrants' Faith Experiences: A Scoping Review

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

B13 - Competence: The Skills that Connect / B13 - Compétence : des habiletés qui créent des liens English / Anglais
B14 - The Intersection of Neuroscience and Art: Regulating the Nervous System using Creative Arts Therapy Interventions
B16 - Cross-Cultural Applications: Adapting and Tailoring Therapeutic Interventions for Ethnic Minority Groups in Canada
B17- Intervening with the Enforcer: Trauma, Moral Injury and the Police and Military
B18 - Spirituality and Religion: Bridging the Gaps with Culturally Diverse and Non-Dominant Clients

07:00 PM - 08:15 PM

Closing Ceremonies, Gamification Results & Prize Awards

website: https://www.ccpa-accp.ca/general-continuing-education/ccpa-annual-conference/

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