Lois Ehrmann offers a comprehensive survey of the essential skills and issues all supervisors need to know to tackle the toughest issues they face in today’s ever-evolving world of therapy.
Russel Kolts shows you how to help your clients shift from shame to being able to relate compassionately and effectively to difficult experiences.
Kenneth Carter offers a thorough overview of the most commonly prescribed psychotropic medications so you can safely and effectively advise your clients and advocate for them.
Learn about the latest tools for progress monitoring to facilitate the change process, increase engagement and develop your clinical skills in managing complex cases with Rylie Moore
Janina Fisher and Terry Real share insights and practical interventions on working with couples struggling with the legacy of trauma in their relationship.
Learn how to incorporate Aboriginal healing practices when working with trauma, addictions, loneliness, depression and anxiety.
Robert Solomon will provide you with a thorough understanding of how the law applies to mental health practitioners and clinical settings.
Sue Johnson explores the idea that your clients need to connect with others and that this need shapes their neural architecture and capacity to be vulnerable, responsive and fully engaged with life.