Cleo Haber, BSW, RSW, MSW
SickKids CCMH Learning Institute
May 27 and 31, 2022 | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST
This two-day webinar is for clinicians working where there are a limited number of sessions to see clients. Participants will learn how to structure time limited psychotherapy and counselling sessions with evidence-informed interventions to make the most of client sessions.
The programming will cover the beginning, middle and end-phase tasks of psychotherapy/counselling and discuss common factors of psychotherapy effectiveness. A model for short-term trauma-informed treatment will be reviewed as well as key interventions from both cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and interpersonal therapy (IPT) to address common mental illness.
The learning objectives of this training are:
Describe the beginning, middle and end-phase tasks in time-limited psychotherapy/counselling
Learn the common principles of psychotherapy/counselling effectiveness
Learn a model for short-term trauma-informed treatment approaches
Acquire evidence-informed strategies/interventions from CBT and IPT to address common mental illness
Integrate CBT and IPT interventions into the phase tasks of time-limited psychotherapy/counselling
Registration fee: $500 ($450 with promo code CAVERSHAM)
About the Facilitator:
Bo Yih Thom, MSW, RSW is the Director of Integrative Counselling Resources, a private practice organization that offers psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and consultation services to individuals and agencies across Ontario. They have an extensive background in community-based organizations, where she worked as a therapist and social worker with vulnerable populations where trauma and substance use are experienced. Bo Yih was a part-time professor in the Assaulted Women and Children’s Counsellor Advocate Program at George Brown College, and a course facilitator with the Harm Reduction Certificate Program at York University.
Bo Yih is a specialist in intersectionality, especially as it relates to surviving trauma and grief. She works from a strengths-based perspective that can integrate short and long term counselling modalities with anti-oppression and racial liberation frameworks, harm reduction, and mindfulness.