Based on Sue Johnson’s most recent book, Attachment Theory in Practice, this workshop explores how your clients’ need for connection with others shapes their neural architecture and consequently their everyday emotional lives and vulnerabilities, and significant interpersonal dramas.
CBT-I has a profound effect on chronic insomnia. In fact, research has shown it works better than drugs and other therapies. Join Colleen Carney for this 6-hour webinar designed for non-sleep specialists who want to customize and adapt CBT-I to their practice.
Sleep is etiologically important in trauma, as it predicts whether those exposed to a trauma progress to a PTSD diagnosis. Join Colleen Carney as she explores effective treatment strategies for Insomnia and PTSD in this 6-hour webinar.
Generation Z women face unique obstacles related to their gender and report unprecedented levels of anxiety and depression. Dr. Martha Straus, an expert in working with kids and teens, joins Margaret Wehrenberg to explore best strategies for supporting these young women in therapy.
Explore the ins and outs of the challenging environment you face as a mental health practitioner in this webinar with law Professor Robert Solomon. You'll learn about the expectations of the Canadian court system, the role of management policy, and your legal obligations as a clinician.
Leanne Campbell takes look at Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT)—an attachment-based, experiential therapy that provides clinicians with a roadmap and set of interventions to support and guide individuals as they begin their unique journey from grief and loss to growth and resilience.