Workshops are offered in several different formats:
Intro to ACT for Clinicians
ACT on Workplace Stress
Engaging in Work: Fulfillment & Meaning
Therapy for the Therapist - Specialized Counselling for the Helping Professional
Movies & Music - ACT for Teens & Parents
ACT on Weight Loss
ACT on Retirement
Next Scheduled Workshops:
May 3 & 4, 2018 - Intro to ACT for Clinicians - Halifax. See poster.
May 24 & 25, 2018 - Intro to ACT for Clinicians - Edmonton. See poster.
November 23 & 24, 2018 - Intro to ACT for Clinicians - Halifax. See poster.
PLEASE CONTACT IF YOU'D LIKE TO REGISTER.
Licensing boards, professional colleges and associations have different criteria for continuing education credits, but generally require the following:
A syllabus or general outline of the course provided at the beginning
Written learning objectives that are specific and measurable
Content pertinent to continuing education needs and scope of practice for profession
Clear and effective evaluation procedures
Depending on your profession, the workshop meets these criteria. Professionals can contact their individual associations to review current CE requirements for license renewal. Participants who attend the entire workshop or group and complete an evaluation are awarded a certificate of completion.
Common responses to stress are often unworkable and costly, not only to organizations, but also to individuals, their families, and the wider community. Many individuals have tried to deal with stress by attending seminars or reading self-help books and have found little improvement. These workshops take a different approach to stress and anxiety. We explore innovative strategies including:
New ways to handle unhelpful thoughts and avoidant behaviors such as procrastination.
An effective and compassionate approach to feelings of frustration.
How to make daily decisions that bring greater vitality and productivity at home, in the workplace and beyond.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
ACT is a third wave cognitive behavioural therapy supported by a robust body of research. It is evidence-based for numerous client populations including people needing to make lifestyle changes due to major health conditions, people suffering from mood disorders, students struggling with procrastination, and workplace stress. See the American Psychological Association Division 12 list of empirically-based treatments and SAMHSA’s National Registry of evidence-based programs and practices:
American Psychological Association Division 12 list of empirically-based treatments: https://www.div12.org/psychological-treatments/
SAMHSAs National Registry of evidence-based programs and practices: https://nrepp.samhsa.gov/Legacy/ViewIntervention.aspx?id=191