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Monday, July 18th 2022

Evolving single session therapy: Crisis conversations at the walk-in

Scot Cooper, RP
presented by SickKids CCMH Learning Institute

Live webinar

July 18, 2022 | 9 a.m. to noon EST

The walk-in therapy clinic, as a quick access point to service, provides an open door to those experiencing a variety of difficulties. For people who consider themselves as “in crisis,” or experiencing emotions as overwhelming, it’s a venue to foster relief and safety. This half-day training draws from contemporary brief therapies and the anthropological work of van Gennep. It will explore a framework and key questions to assess, and address risk within single session therapy.

Shifting away from understanding distress as a breakdown or malfunction in personal coping, we will explore the experience of crisis as a transition in life. As such, distress offers clues as to what people are moving away from. What they are moving towards. Along with the circumstances under which that life might be possible. This includes ideas about elevating safety and identifying those who can play a part in the journey.

Together with Scot Cooper, participants will explore:

• Understanding of the experience of crisis as transition
• Specific ways to hear distress that provide entry points to hope and friendly conversation
• Several questions that assist people to navigate the experience of crisis and shore up safety in a single session

Registration Fees: $125 ($106.25 with promo code CAVERSHAM)

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About the Facilitator:

In practice since 1998, Scot Cooper is a Registered Psychotherapist, international trainer and consultant in brief therapy and narrative community practice. Scot is a Supervisor of the Child Clinical/Brief Services at a children’s mental health centre where he practices, oversees the Walk-in Clinic, supervises students, and the clinical team. From 2002-2012 Scot was an external training and research faculty member at the Hincks-Dellcrest Institute providing brief therapy workshops in Canada and abroad and teaching in the year-long brief and narrative therapy extern program. He has assisted to co-develop several international conferences focused on contemporary brief therapy development.

Scot’s teaching spans a range of contexts and he provides specialized consultation in regards to brief service delivery. His most recent publications include the co-editing of the book, Masters of Narrative and Collaborative Therapies: The voices of Andersen, Anderson, and White (2011 Routledge Publishing), and the articles, Brief narrative practice at the walk-in clinic: The rise of the counterstory (2014) and Quality assurance at the walk in clinic: Process, outcome and learning (2013) both in the International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work. His high energy and engaging style makes for an interactive, lively learning experience.

website: .ca/course/contemporary-brief-therapies-online-five-day-intensive/

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