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*All classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at the Argyle Institute of Human Relations

Fall Semester- 2017

Module 1: Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Assessment
OPQ Recognition # RP02198-17 (12 hrs)
Course Dates:
September 13, 20, 27
October 4, 11, 18

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Module 2: Introduction to Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Part A
OPQ Recognition # RP02201-17 (12 hrs)
Course Dates:
October 25
November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

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Winter Semester- 2018

Module 3: Introduction to Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Part B
OPQ Recognition # RP02206-17 (10 hrs)
Course Dates:
January 10, 17, 24 and 31
February 7

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Module 4: Understanding Personality Structures from a Psychodynamic Perspective
OPQ Recognition # RP02207-17 (20 hrs)
Course Dates:
February 14, 21 and 28
March 7, 14, 21 and 28
April 4, 11 and 18

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New this fall, the Argyle is offering a Certificate Program in Loss Bereavement and Life Transitions. The program consists of 60 hours of study offered in two 30 hour Modules given over two semesters.

OPQ Accredited CE hours: 60*
OTSTCFQ Accredited CE Hours: 60*

 

Module I – Loss and Transitions in the Context of Gender, Culture, Relationships and Illness
OPQ Accreditation Number RP02094-17 CE Hours: 30
OTSTCFQ Reference Number 464

 

Module II Loss and Transition in the Context of Trauma, Ambiguity and Suicide.
OPQ Accreditation Number RP02095-17 CE Hours: 30
OTSTCFQ Reference Number 464

 

The program welcomes psychologists, psychotherapists and all other health professionals.
Classes are in English and accommodations will be made for Francophone participants.

* If you take Module I and II (30 CE Hours for each module)

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More information please contact Donna Moffatt (514)675-0634 or by email at donna1moffatt@gmail.com

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Certificate Program ( Module I and II) - Argyle Clinical Members and Argyle Students - ONLY $1,200.00
Certificate Program (Module I and II)- Non - Argyle Affiliation $1,400.00
Module I - Argyle Clinical Members and Argyle Students - ONLY $700.00
Module I - Non Argyle Affiliation $800.00
Module II - Clinical Members and Argyle Students - ONLY $700.00
Module II - Non - Argyle Affiliation $800.00

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OPQ Accredited RE02318-17 (6 hrs)

ADHD is a neurological condition, but it has significant psychological effects on how a person sees himself or herself, addresses challenges, and interacts with others. While standard therapy techniques can be beneficial, therapists who better understand the many effects of ADHD on a person’s life and mindset will be much more effective, whether in individual, couples, or family therapy.Objectives:

Objectives:

  1. Attendees will be able to assist clients with understanding, accepting, and integrating a diagnosis of ADHD, whether in themselves, a romantic partner, or a child.
  2. Attendees will be able to assist clients to make well informed, well considered choices about treatment options.
  3. Attendees will be able to address the maladaptive coping mechanisms that are common to those with ADHD and help them create a resilient mindset.
  4. Attendees will be able to work with teens and young adults and their parents to handle greater independence more responsibly and negotiate appropriate levels of parental involvement, and attendees will be able to help clients improve their relationship and sexual functioning and satisfaction by creating better balance in the relationship

This workshop is designed for mental health professionals: psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers, couples and family therapists, psychiatrists, and psychiatric nurse clinicians. In addition, educators, school administrators, physicians, and human resources professionals will also benefit from the content.

Pre-Requisites:
Some knowledge of ADHD and mental health treatment (individual, couples, and/or family therapy).

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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Argyle Clinical Members and Argyle Students and Interns $275.00
Non- Argyle affiliation $325.00

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OPQ Accreditation Number RA02348-17 (CE hours 16)

The Advanced Training in Mindfulness Meditation: a Holistic Clinical Approach is a unique teacher-training program that is designed for those who are serious about integrating mindfulness into their life, developing their personal meditation practice and who would like to incorporate mindfulness into their clinical practice or in their meditation classes.

Objectives:

  1. Master the knowledge of the fundamental principles of mindfulness.
  2. Understand how mindfulness changes the brain and our perception, and how this practice helps to relieve several psychological and physical conditions.
  3. Understand how mental detachment is essential to promote healing, to let go of the daily drama, expectations and mental labyrinths that we create.
  4. Develop the ability to teach mindfulness meditation exercises to a client or group

The program is designed to teach practitioners how to meditate themselves and incorporate this in their own life before teaching their clients. Attestation will be given to participants who attend the 16-hour in-class program.

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avril 13, 2018 - avril 14, 2018 Argyle Institute / Institut Argyle - Argyle Institute / Institut Argyle
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Argyle Clinical Members and Argyle Students and Interns $350.00
Non - Argyle affiliation $400.00
Argyle Clinical Members and Argyle Students and Interns $400.00
Non - Argyle affiliation $450.00

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OPQ Accredited RA02297-17 (6 hrs)

Couples in relationship distress typically are caught in a cycle of negative emotions that keeps them from feeling emotionally connected with each other. Emotionally pursuing partners have particular difficulty in accessing primary emotions (e.g., fear, sadness, loneliness) and attachment needs (e.g., to feel loved, accepted, cared for by and important to their partner) and to reach for their partner softly for comfort and repair. These clients pose a significant challenge to the couple therapist who often struggles to help pursuers soften their critical stances and help them articulate their primary emotions and risk expressing them to their partner from a place of vulnerability.

Objectives

  1. Identify underlying primary emotions and attachment needs of anxious/pursuing partners.
  2. Apply experiential techniques and skills that help access, contain, heighten, and process primary emotions with pursuers.
  3. Use a systematic set of interventions to help pursuers complete the risk, reach, and respond that is vital to successfully shifting their interactional pattern.
  4. Incorporate “parts” work including Views of Self and Other  and, recognize and anticipate common challenges in facilitating Pursuer Softening.

This workshop is appropriate for licensed psychologists, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals including postgraduate students, who practice or are interested in couple therapy. The focus of the workshop is on emotion processing using an attachment frame and will be of interest to therapists who practice EFT.

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avril 21, 2018
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Argyle Clinical Members, Argyle Students and Argyle Interns $250.00
Non Argyle Affiliation $300.00
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