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September 2019

Systemic Approaches to Psychotherapy

2019-09-10 - 2020-04-28
$950 2 tickets left

(Recognized by the OPQ for the psychotherapy permit) Course description This course presents the most pertinent Systemic models based. For each model, the instructor discusses with the students its theoretical underpinnings, the meaning of the symptom, goals of therapy, assessment and intervention strategies, and the role of the therapist in the therapist-client relationship. Clinical examples…

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Psychodynamic Approaches to Psychotherapy

2019-09-10 - 2020-02-10
$275 – $1600

(Recognized by the OPQ for the psychotherapy permit and 54CE OPQ hours) Course description Psychodynamic psychotherapy is based on the premise that human problems and behavior express the unconscious forces and internal conflicts. Training in psychodynamic psychotherapy requires a commitment to deepening knowledge through reading and reflection; the ability to approach complex material with an…

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October 2019

Certificate Program of Supervision in Psychotherapy for Mental Health Professionals

2019-10-08 - 2020-02-28

OPQ Accreditation: RA03087-19 (66 CE hours) The Program offers 66 Credits  Candidates may claim an additional 10 CE Credits allocated by the OPQ for independent reading  DURATION 66 Hours Theory 30 hours and Practicum 36 Hours DATES: CLICK HERE for schedule Theory is offered on Tuesday March 10th (5:30-8:30pm) and on alternates Saturdays from March 14th to May…

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February 2020

Evidenced-Based Practice for better assessing and treating patients with maladaptive anger

February 15
$275 – $325

Presenter: Javier Ariza, psychologist OPQ Accreditation RA03128-19 (7hrs) Date: Saturday February 15th, 2020 from Venue: Argyle Insitute 4150 Sainte Catherine Street West suite 328 Westmount, QC H3Z 2Y5 Description: The lack of attention in the literature to anger and aggression is surprising given that anger represents one the most challenging emotions encountered in psychotherapy (Kobayashi &…

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