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Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT) offers a novel and effective therapeutic system for addressing a wide range of clinical disorders, including chronic pain, trauma, addictions, anxiety and depression, and is ideally suited for both individual work and the group setting.

Upcoming Training Opportunities:

Course: MiCBT: A Four Stage Transdiagnostic Treatment Approach - Online, live, interactive introductory workshop (recorded for those who cannot attend live); Introduces the integration of mindfulness training with core principles of CBT to improve our way of addressing crises and chronic conditions, as well as preventing relapse in a wide range of psychological disorders.

Date: Friday April 22, 2022

Time: 11am-6pm Eastern Standard Time

Trainer: Dr. Alia Offman & Dr. Andrea Grabovac

Fee: $235 Professional Rate | $180 Student Rate - Includes a hard copy of the MiCBT patient manual as well as printed workshop package (mailed within Canada only)

Registration: HERE or email

Course: MiCBT Foundation Course - 10 week course to support therapists in developing their own mindfulness practice skills and their integration with traditional and newly-developed CBT methods.

Date: Thursdays, September 8 - November 24, 2022

Time: 1pm-4pm Eastern Standard Time

Trainer: Dr. Alia Offman

Fee: $1360 CAD (Early Bird) | $1460 (Regular)

Registration: HERE or email

These events are approved by the Canadian Psychological Association for continuing education credits.

Banff, Alberta, Canada (In-Person) | EMDR Training: Integrating EMDR into your Clinical Practice, 5-Day Intensive

April 19-23, 2022

Course description: This course meets all EMDR International Association requirements for an EMDR Basic Training Course. Integrating EMDR into your Clinical Practice teaches mental health clinicians the foundations of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy through lectures, videos, demonstrations, and practice sessions between participants. At the completion of this course, participants will have applied the Adaptive Information Processing theoretical approach to psychotherapy, the eight phases of EMDR therapy, and how to utilize EMDR with a variety of clinical populations. Special instruction is given on working with clients from a beliefs-focused approach and varying applications of bilateral stimulation depending on the needs of each particular client. As of 2020, this course also teaches clinicians how to utilize EMDR in a telehealth environment.

Intended audience: counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, etc. Please scroll down and click on our Training Eligibility tab for more information about eligibility for this course.

Skill level: This is a beginner level EMDR training course.

CEs to be offered: Participants will receive 40 hours of continuing education credit upon completing this program. Please scroll down and click on our Continuing Education Credits tab for more information about continuing education credit and approvals for this course.

Participants must complete the entire EMDR training course, which includes 10 hours of group consultation, within 12 months (1 year) from their initial start date. Please consider this deadline when registering for the training.

The rooms at the Banff Park Lodge are only $115 for the duration of this training!

Everyone needs a break and it is time to go to the mountains!!!

For more information and to register click here!

Canadian Association for Play Therapy

Foundation Play Therapy Training Days

Live On-line Instructor Lead

Full Days of Individual Training 2022

May 9 – 20, 2022 (Monday to Friday)

June 13 – 24, 2022 (Monday to Friday)

August 1 – 12, 2022 (Monday to Friday)

For Details on Dates, Registration, Training Outlines and Learning Outcomes go to:

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Past Events

April 28, 2022: Webinar and AGM

Nov 21, 2021: Mindfulness-integrated CBT: A Four Stage Transdiagnostic Treatment Approach

Jan 28, 2021: Saskatchewan Mental Health