Lights Camera Action! CBT for Anxiety: A new Show Me workshop presented by Christine A. Padesky, Ph.D.
Vancouver Nov 7-9, 2018 (Ottawa Oct 25-26 | Toronto Oct 29-30)
Lights: This workshop teaches you how to light up your therapy for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder and social anxiety so you and your client are collaboratively engaged in viewing the central components of anxiety throughout therapy sessions.
Camera: Learn how to collaboratively develop models for clearly understanding client experiences in GAD, panic disorder and social anxiety. See how a good case conceptualization helps guide intervention choices.
Action!: Over the course of the workshop, participants will observe, experience, practice, and analyze principles for employing action methods throughout CBT for anxiety.
Directors Commentary: This new Show Me! Workshop is produced and directed by Christine A. Padesky, PhD, renowned for her clinical creativity. Participants are invited to practice and model these methods in role plays with time for questions and feedback.
Presentation and panel featuring legislative reporter for The Tyee, and All Together Healthy author Andrew MacLeod, with Jenny Morgan, director of Indigenous health for the B.C. Women’s Hospital and Health Centre, and BC Health Coalition Co-Chair Edith MacHattie.
Wednesday, June 20, 7:00pm
HiVE Vancouver, 210-128 W Hastings Street
Trauma and the Body: An Introduction to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: BCASW/CASW presentation
Recording of the webinar is available if you missed it or if you want to hear it again.
FREE to BCASW members
MORE Webinars from the CASW – Free for BCASW members
A SACRED STORY: Gladue Reports
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 RECORDING available on demand
Unsettling Ourselves: Settler Engagement with Truth and Reconciliation
Monday, March 26, 2018 RECORDING available on demand
Before Cannabis Becomes Legal: Social Work Practice Within a Changing Drug Culture
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 12:00 RECORDING available on demand
How social workers can prevent compassion fatigue
Thursday, April 05, 2018at 7:00 pm RECORDING available on demand
Presenter: Tiffany Dubuc, MS, BCBA
July 11, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 PM
Capilano University in Cedar 122
Presented by The Applied Behavior Analysis Autism Department at Capilano University
Reserve by Email
Research project is looking for participants for focus groups and for individual interviews. The focus group meeting will last approximately two hours. No experience with animals is required. Some of the focus group participants will be contacted to set up a follow-up one hour individual interview.
Participants will receive an honorarium. More information
Canadian Child Abuse Association
A series of online training for the community professional
Suicide Prevention Training for 20,000 British Columbians by December 2018 has begun with the planning and delivery of safeTALK and ASIST Workshops in communities throughout the province to support them in becoming suicide safer. Learn how to provide life-assisting first aid while connecting with others wishing to strengthen the safety net in your community. CMHA has five Project Coordinators, one in each provincial health region, as well as a cadre of skilled facilitators, who along with trainers from BC Crisis Centres and the First Nations Health Authority are offering local and focused suicide prevention training.
Small Business BC is holding seminars on topics that may be of interest to independent business owners/private practice operators (many courses are affordable, available as online webinars and some are free). Subjects include: taxes, info for startups and marketing your business.
Login as a BCASW member and go to the members’ continuing professional development page to receive a 15% discount.
PSS is offering intensive training programs and professional development. For more information, contact 1-877-345-9777 (toll-free) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Next training event on August 11 to 13th, 2017
The BC Council for Families has training and workshops for both parents and professionals to gain knowledge, build skills and make connections. From Nobody’s Perfect Parenting facilitator training to the annual conference for professionals working with young parents to workshops for service providers working with LGTBQ families, there are a number of events scheduled for the fall. For more information, please visit their website.
Nidus holds free webinars each month on specific aspects of personal planning. More info at http://bit.ly/Nidus_Presentations
More Educational Opportunities for Members on Ethics and access to podcasts can be found in the Members area under Continuing Professional Development.
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