Non-PAA Workshops

Note to PAA Members

A continuing education reciprocity agreement between the PAA, the British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA), the Psychological Society of Saskatchewn (PSS) and Idaho Psychological Association (IPA) has been entered into between our respective associations offering registration to the three associations' respective continuing education programs at the same fees that each of these associations would charge to their own members.

 

British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA)

Workshops and other events offered by the BCPA. View...

 

Psychological Society of Saskatchewan (PSS)

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The following is a list of other non-PAA training/workshop events that are listed in date order. Scroll down the list to view all the events that are listed (using the scroll bar immediately to the right of the list). 

 



April, 2019

April 25, 2019

 

Improving Children's Mental Health

 

Session 6

 

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Mental Health

 

Join us for an informed and candid discussion about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, or FASD, and its effects on the mental health of children and youth.  FASD can have a broad range of effects on those who were exposed to alcohol prenatally, and these effect have lifelong implications.  In this session we will discuss the current research, and how we can use these fiinding in the menal health system and in the community to best support the mental health of those with FASD.

 

Join us for a night of entertainment and discussion and join the conversation around children's mental health.

 

Time: 6 to 8pm

Zeidler Dome, Telus World of Science

11211 - 142 St NW, Edmonton

 

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Dreams, An Opening to the Inner World

 

Friday Lecture:

 

The lecture will provide a progressive introduction into understanding dreams and the role dream analysis plays in accomplishing the difficult tasks of bringing our unconscious into awareness. Beginning with historical inspirational roots of dreams, you will be enlightened with a greater understanding of psychoanalytic approaches to dream interpretation.  Woven throughout will be some scientific data such as laboratory studies of sleep and dreams.  We will finish with Jung’s endeavor to understand dreams as the “art and science”.

The Saturday Dream Workshop:

 

This workshop will provide an experiential learning situation. Participants will not be expected to bring their own dreams.  Two hours of dream examples will be analyzed. The dreams presentation will be intermingled with reflection time, note taking, and each participant from the group will have the opportunity to interpret each dream presented. All participants can expect to experience interaction in a non-judgmental environment. 

Presented by: 

Emanuela Mihailescu M.A. CCC

Jungian Psychoanalyst

Diplomat C.G. Jung Institute Zurich Switzerland

Accredited Psychoanalyst of the C.G.Jung Institute Zurich

Member I.A.A.P., C.G. Jung Institute Z.S., C.C.P.A., C.R.P., A.R.P.A.

Canadian Certified Counsellor

 

Date/Time: Friday, April 26, 730-930 pm, Saturday, April 27, 10 am-4pm.

Location: St. Laurence Anglican Church, 5940 Lakeview Dr. Calgary

Register online at: http://www.calgaryjungsociety.org

 

Dream psychology opens the way to a general comparative psychology from which we may hope to gain the same understanding of the development and structure of the human psyche as comparative anatomy has given us concerning the human body.”

General Aspects of Dream Psychology” (1916). In CW 8: The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche. pg. 476


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May, 2019

 

Advanced & Intermediate  Level Hypnosis Workshops in Banff

 

The Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis – Alberta Society is pleased to present our Spring Hypnosis Conference and Workshops in Banff, May 24th  & 25th , 2019. 

  • Hypnotically Enhanced Addictions Treatment: Scripts, Strategies & Case Examples with Dr. Joseph Tramontana, Ph.D. -  May 24th and 25th
  • The Re-Definition of Self Process: A Hypnosis Based Protocol For Trauma Therapy with Dr. Marie Wilson, M.D. – May 24th
  • Tools Of The Trade: Effective Therapeutic Strategies with Dr. Marie Wilson, M.D. – May 25th

 

Please see the brochure for more information or visit our website at www.clinicalhypnosis.ca or call 1 800 386 7230


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June, 2019
July, 2019

 

July 17 – 21, 2019 - Calgary, AB

Listening for Openings. Amplifying Change.
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy 5-day Intensive Workshop

Presented by: Dr. Jeff Chang

 

In this five-day intensive workshop, you go beyond a superficial focus on questions and procedural sequences, and learn to develop a solution-focused presence as a way of being. This goal-directed, evidence-based approach to therapy is particularly relevant for anyone working in settings where resources are scarce and service delivery must be focused. It is effective with a variety of difficult problems, including disordered eating, intimate partner violence, substance misuse, and chronic and persistent mental health problems.

Overview

In a class alongside other practicing professionals and graduate students, you gain an understanding of the what, why, and how of SFBT, including:

• the history and assumptions of SFBT
• listening for openings and developing solution-focused hearing
• sequencing questions and inviting answers
• obtaining vivid descriptions of solutions, both real and imagined
• tailoring your interventions to clients’ receptivity
• scheduling appointments for maximum impact and minimum resource expenditure
• termination and relapse prevention

Registration

Cost: C$800/person + GST (general)
C$700/person + GST (AU practicum supervisors)
C$550/person + GST (full-time graduate students)
Location: Mount Royal University, Calgary (workshop runs on-site 9:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. daily)
Online Form (limited spaces; refundable through June 27, 2019)

Workshop Presenter

Dr. Jeff Chang, Associate Professor in the Master of Counselling program at Athabasca University, has been a Registered Psychologist in Alberta for more than 30 years. An early adopter of SFBT, Jeff visited the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee, where SFBT was developed, in 1992, and learned SFBT from Steve de Shazer, Insoo Kim Berg and Eve Lipchik. He has presented on SFBT in North America, Europe and Asia, and has written extensively on the connections and distinctions between solution-focused and narrative therapies.

 

Please contact :  jeffc@athabascau.ca 


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