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Don’t Stop Believing!

If relationships are starting to feel like a confusing and emotionally exhausting rollercoaster, Sue Johnson has some news to share with you. Based on her extensive work with couples in crisis, Sue offers a map to help shift out of endless negotiating, bargaining and bickering into more mutually supportive and connected relationships. Click here or […]

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Sue Johnson Tells It Like It Is

In a world where couples regularly have dinner together and yet constantly check their cell phones, it’s easy to think that we have lost our way when it comes to love and connection. In the second of three videos, EFT founder and bestselling author of Hold Me Tight Sue Johnson tells us what is at […]

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Mental Health Now a Part of Health Education in Schools

Mental Health Now a Part of Health Education in Schools… in New York State. According to this article, as of this July, New York state schools will now include mental health as a part of health education classes. Apart from promoting awareness of common conditions like depression and anxiety, the curriculum will also emphasize helping […]

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Helping Teens Handle Stress

Anxiety is quickly becoming the common cold of mental illnesses that affect teens and young adults. Understandably many parents do all they can to diminish stress in their children’s lives. But as this New York Times article indicates, stress has an important role in the development of teenagers. Learn how to help teens transform their […]

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Not so happily ever after?

If online dating has left you feeling jaded, if married life is turning out to be not so happily ever after after all, come and spend an evening with Sue Johnson, relationship guru, best-selling author of Hold Me Tight, and the founder of one of the most empirically supported couples therapy method: Emotionally Focused Therapy. […]

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How do stop your partner from cheating?

With her characteristic insight, Fall 2018 speaker Esther Perel breaks down the context of affairs and opens a way forward for those who have been cheated on and yet want to stay on in the relationship. Click here or below to watch the video. Spend a day with Esther Perel in Toronto on October 26! […]

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Clinical Applications of Cannabis: Prescribed Opioids vs Cannabis

According to StatsCan, an estimated 43% of Canadians have tried marijuana, 33.5% have used it more than once and at least 10% of Canadians have used it in the past year. Despite this widespread exposure, cannabis use is still associated with much stigma and plain outright misinformation. In this video discussing client concerns about potential […]

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Love and Relationships with Esther Perel: It’s All Up For Grabs

“The quality of your relationships is what determines the quality of your life.” And with that declaration, upcoming Fall 2018 speaker and internationally acclaimed couples therapist Esther Perel directly identifies why there is so much cultural anxiety around romantic relationships and intimacy. In this 2018 SXSW talk, Esther surveys the modern landscape of romance and […]

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Recruiting your own nervous system in therapy

Okay! This is what you’ve been waiting for! You know why the Polyvagal Therapy is important from video 1, you understand how it can be applied to help resolve traumatic triggers in video 2 and in this last video of our Deb Dana series, she describes the process by which your OWN nervous system is […]

The Three Organizing Principles of the Polyvagal Theory

In the second of three videos, Deb Dana gives a flash overview of the Polyvagal Theory and how current therapy experience can remap your clients’ nervous system by helping them resolve those micromoments of dysregulation when they are triggered. Click here or watch below for more. Learn to reliably and effectively work with the power […]