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Friday, May 27th 2022 |
CAMT 2022 Conference - Riding the Rapids - Trusting the Process
Nicola Oddy, PhD, RP, MTA, CCC, and Valerie Spironello, MSW, RSW, keynote speakers
Canadian Association of Music Therapists
Marriot on the Falls, Niagara Falls, ON
The CAMT Conference Includes the following options:
May 14 - Online ASSOCIATION MEETINGS Day - Complimentary for all members
May 15 - Two Online PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOPS - 4 hours each
May 26 - Two In-person PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOPS - 4 hours each
May 26 - 28 - IN-PERSON conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario
June 4 & 6 - LIVE ONLINE conference and PRE-RECORDED VIDEOS
May 26 - June 6 - HYBRID CONFERENCE (In-person, Live Online and Pre-Recorded Videos)
For more information about the conference schedule visit www.musictherapy.ca/conference-2022
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Saturday, May 28th 2022 |
Teen & Torn: Outsiderness in Adolescence
Dr. Gurmeet S. Kanwal, M.D.
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST
An online virtual presentation via Zoom videoconference.
Fee: $50 (free for active CICAPP students only)
Questions? [email protected] or call 416.690.5464
Registration fee is fully refundable up to one week prior to the event. This may be reviewed on a case by case basis if withdrawal is due to a serious health issue or unforeseen emergency event.
Fee payment may be made by e-transfer to [email protected] , credit card online, or cheque (payable to CICAPP).
Adolescence is a time of identity formation, which is a process that is highly dependent on interactions with family, peers and community. Adolescents...
Saturday, May 28th 2022 - Sunday, May 29th 2022 |
OEI Level I Weekend Intensive Seminar
Rick Bradshaw, PhD, RPsych & Audrey Cook, MPhil, RCC
Sight Psych Seminars
There will be a second online Level I OEI training in November this year.
Included in the online materials is a demonstration/explanation video link to view before the seminar and to review afterward to consolidate learning. Other electronic materials include a Client Handbook, a handout pack to accompany the weekend, PowerPoint presentations and an audio relaxation recording, journal articles, and OEI forms.
Approximately 75% of the weekend will occur in small breakout groups with a 1:8 trainer-to-trainee ratio. This will ensure that you have opportunities for supervised experience as both “counsellor” and “client”. This is a very “hands-on”...