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Wednesday, November 20th 2019 |
Essential Skills for the New Supervisor: Making the successful transition to supervisor
Facilitator: Susan Geary, PhD.
SickKids CCMH Learning Institute
This training is suitable for: First time supervisors, team leaders with supervisory responsibilities, and new managers.
This workshop will focus on the multi-faceted role of the supervisor and how to provide supervision to employees through the use of effective leadership strategies. Participants will learn the basics of supervision such as setting expectations, delegation, feedback and coaching for improved performance. Interviewing strategies, hiring and essential time management skills will also be covered. This is Learning Module 1 of the 2019 Certificate for New Supervisors. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program...
Thursday, November 21st 2019 - Friday, November 22nd 2019 |
Complex Trauma Revisited: An Evolving Model of Emotional, Cognitive and Relational Processing
John Briere, PhD
Leading Edge Seminars
new location: Knox Church, 630 Spadina Ave, Toronto.
With his typical comprehensiveness, thought-provoking insight and compassion, John Briere returns to update previous research, revise common misperceptions and introduce exciting new developments specific to complex trauma treatment. You will learn about inhibitory learning theory, interspersal trigger management, how to foster metacognitive insight into triggered states, extinction deepening, the role of reconsolidation theory in counter-conditioning implicit memories and more.
We now know that complex trauma exposure typically involves a combination of early attachment disturbance, child...
Friday, November 22nd 2019 - Saturday, November 23rd 2019 |
Child Development Update 2019
U of Toronto Faculty of Medicine and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Hotel Novotel, 45 The Esplanade, Toronto
This 2-day conference will enhance the clinicians understanding of the link between current developmental paediatric research and its translation into clinical paediatric practice; new skills in clinical assessment and management of developmental disorders, and up-to-date developments in the basic science and clinical research relevant to child development and diagnosis and treatments.
At the end of this conference participants will:
• Understand the link between current developmental paediatric research and its translation into clinical paediatric practice
• Update and acquire...
Saturday, November 23rd 2019 |
OAMFT Annual Conference 2019 - PACT: A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy: Attachment, Arousal Regulation and Neuroscience
OAMFT: Ontario Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
November 23, 2019 – 9:00 am – 4:30 pm EST
YMCA Toronto – 20 Grosvenor St, Toronto ON
PACT is a poly-theoretical, non-linear approach that combines fusion of attachment theory, developmental neuroscience, and arousal regulation. It has gained a reputation for effectively treating even the most challenging couples. PACT focuses on early attachment and its effect on brain and nervous system development, as well as on specific neuroendocrine issues related to interpersonal stress. The PACT methodology emphasizes enactment of experience over cognition or psychological interpretation. Interventions often entail therapeutically staged moments intended...
Saturday, November 23rd 2019 |
Annual Department of Psychiatry Psychopharmacology Conference
U of T Faculty of Medicine
An annual psychopharmacological update relevant to a wide variety of practices in psychiatry and primary care.
This conference will include sessions from experts from the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.
This year, updates will address pharmacotherapy across the life cycle for Addictions, Mood Disorders, Schizophrenia, OCD, ADHD, PTSD , and Neurodevelopmental Disorder.
A Webcast option is available to anyone located outside the GTA.
Sections 1 and 3 Accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Mainpro (Family Medicine)
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael's Hospital
209 Victoria Street