Joshua Coleman explores common reasons for parental estrangement, the best interventions (and frequent mistakes made) when working with this population based on research and the presenter’s clinical specialization in the field will be discussed.
The COVID pandemic has seen a steep rise in the use of psychotropic medicines. This 3-hour webinar with Kenneth Carter will provide practical information about antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, and medication for insomnia to help therapists understand medication consequences and realities.
This webinar offers a deep dive into the subtleties and nuances of how to carefully and effectively unpack the positive and protective intentions that underlie even the most extreme behaviours and parts that trauma survivors typically bear.
Martin Antony provides an overview of best practices and emerging approaches for the psychological treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Special considerations for treating OCD during a pandemic are also discussed.
In conversation with Ronald Siegel, Phil Wolfson will discuss insights from his career, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy research findings, the transformative nature of therapy and the therapist-client relationship
Join Dr. Bossis and Ronald Siegel as they review learnings from Dr. Bossis’ research on the effects of psilocybin found in a specific species of mushrooms. Learn about a landmark clinical trial that demonstrated a significant reduction in depression and anxiety from a single psilocybin-generated my...
This experiential on-demand course with Dr. Ron Siegel explores ways we can free ourselves (and our clients) from feelings of self-doubt, inadequacy, and self sabotage. Discover the gift of being ordinary!
Therapists must now have the skills and confidence to address sexual issues in the course of ongoing therapy with trauma survivors and their partners. We will be examining the experience and treatment of sexual difficulties across a broad range of couples from diverse backgrounds, orientations and s...
Join ADHD expert Russell Barkley in a “deep dive” into the advances in understanding ADHD and the implications of current developments on the diagnosis and management of ADHD in children and teens in this 3-hour Webinar.
Intergenerational trauma gets ingrained in our stories, affecting how we think, feel, and behave. Discover how the Story Healing Therapy framework is used to assess and treat intergenerational trauma and internalized oppression and help clients heal and make positive change in their lives.
When using EMDR, do you feel chained to protocols and procedures as if you're conducting therapy in a straightjacket? This webinar will “unchain you” from the rigidness of using EMDR and enlighten you on how to harness its unlimited potential.
Join CFT founder Paul Gilbert and learn about how an evolutionary approach can help clients suffering from excessive shame and self-criticism feel more safeness and warmth in their interactions with others and within themselves.
Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg presents strategies for coping with pandemic anxiety in traumatic times to help anxious clients suffer less panic, increase their stress resilience, and block health anxiety and worry.
Explore the field of nutritional psychology with Dr. Leslie Korn and examine the importance of nutrition for brain and mind/body function. Learn how to enhance endurance and focus with culinary methods and introduce those methods to clients to provide the missing link to better mental health.
The very nature of major depression often defeats our best therapies. How can clients change when they have no hope, interest or energy? Learn how Sensorimotor Psychotherapy provides a fresh perspective with Janina Fisher.
The stress of the pandemic has added to children's stress and distress. Join Dr. Adele LaFrance as she presents concrete tools for effectively navigating the twists, turns (and sometimes total chaos) of life with kids.
Anxiety is high for many of today's Millennials and Gen Z. Dr. Lauren Cook explores how the Empowered Acceptance therapeutic model can be used to help them identify their cues of burnout and distress, establish boundaries, and take positive action on (instead of avoid) their triggers.
Can overusing technology actually harm kids? Turns out it can. Technology overuse can change children’s brains structurally and through biochemistry. This workshop delves into how to identify technology addiction and how to steer families back toward healthy balance.
Dr. Jonathan Singer takes a deep dive into the ethics of using modern digital technology tools such as social media in your mental health practice. Explore the unique challenges (and opportunities) therapists face as well as the possible pitfalls.
How do we manage life with cancer and cope even in the darkest days? Join psychotherapist Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz as she explores Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills you can teach clients to help them regulate their emotions and regain a sense of control.
Join somatic psychology pioneer and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute founder Pat Ogden and explore how the body's patterns can forecast the future and the role of the body in the treatment of trauma and attachment disturbances.