This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop. April April 1 Holiday—Cesar Chavez Day. This training is suitable for: Mental health professionals, social workers, medical professionals, direct service workers, child and youth workers, youth justice workers, first responders. By understanding adult attachment, therapists can understand the problems that clients are experiencing in their self-perception and in intimate relationships from a new and optimistic paradigm. This is Learning Module 5 from the Fall 2018 Management Certificate. Module 3: Holding Difficult Conversations participants will learn how to address the difficult conversations that are needed with staff through building awareness of different approaches to conflict. Such experiences either confirm the early insecure attachments or transform them into more secure attachments.
Description: For mental health professionals who work with children, youth and families this workshop will provide with a foundation to apply behavioural principals that help clients to generalize new skills and manage behaviours that interfere with meeting their goals. Please contact our Training Coordinator Mary Anne Van Rooyen via email at , toll-free: 1-855-944-4673, or local: 416-924-1164, ext. For more information on this workshop and full registration details click: Date: February 14, 2019 Facilitators: Susan Geary, Ph. Attachment-focused adult psychotherapy can initiate and assist the process of change to a more securely attached adult who will be more successful in relationships and life. Participants will come away from this workshop with a plethora of therapeutic tools and strategies and confidence in working outside of their comfort zones with their most challenging clients. Participants will learn how to develop and implement an effective communication plan and strategy to communicate change to obtain buy-in.
For your convenience, our outlined below is divided into 4 key learning areas. February 5 Schedule adjustment deadline. February 5 Last day to officially withdraw from the university without penalty fee for spring semester 2019. This training is suitable for: Directors, managers, supervisors and team leaders who are responsible for leading and implementing change within their organization. Description: Adult attachments develop as an unconscious continuum of an infants and child's early attachment experiences and the experiences of the older child and adolescent in relationships. Selekman will cover the use of idea-generating tools and strategies for tapping the inventiveness and imagination powers of our clients to con-construct creative and high-quality solutions.
Whether you work with , , or are looking for we have the evidenced-based training to suit your needs. Introductions of the assessment tools used to assess for the severity of withdrawal symptom will be discussed. Adult attachments also serve the same function as infant attachments: to ensure that the needs for safety, security and nurturing are provided in an intimate relationship. May 17 Final thesis review process, including publishing, must be completed by 12 p. This is Learning Module 3 of the 2019 Certificate for New Supervisors. Faculty can begin to add students from class section wait lists.
This training Is suitable for: Mental health and medical professionals, as well as direct service workers of all experience levels. For over 30 years we have been providing evidence-based training and education to professionals in the Health and Human Services Industry. There is emphasis placed on the level of intervention matching or paralleling the level of aggression displayed. Lawford will provide strategies to assist in the stabilization and support of youth with traumatic histories as well as steps in how to use relationship in order to promote healing in traumatized children. Augimeri, participants will learn about evidence-based early intervention and early risk identification for children in the middle years. Description: Building a solid foundation on which to incorporate good supervisory practices in the first step in providing effective supervision to employees.
For more information on this workshop and full registration details click: Date: February 28, March 1, 2019 Facilitator: Matthew D. Module 1: Essential Skills for the New Supervisor will provide the basics of supervision such as setting expectations, delegation, feedback and coaching for improved performance. . This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.
Practical strategies to engage and accommodate harder to serve populations, maximize parent involvement, adopt function-based approaches to problem behaviour and facilitate intrinsic motivation will be covered. Students will not be automatically enrolled unless faculty add the seats from their wait lists, even if a seat becomes available. Information on this web site is subject to change without notice. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop. January 22 First day of spring semester.
They will be able to identify considerations for leading mindfulness-based activities, practices and discussion, along with how to engage children and adolescents in mindfulness practice in individual, family and group therapy settings. October 8, 2018 Spring 2019 basic tuition and fee payments accepted. This is Learning Module 2 of the 2019 Certificate for New Supervisors. Date: March 4, 2019 Facilitator: Katy Albert, M. This workshop will focus on the multi-faceted role of the supervisor and how to provide effective supervision to employees through the use of effective leadership strategies. Prerequisite: Becoming an Adult Attachment Focused Therapist workshop. Participants will learn how to delegate work and to set clear standards for performance, learn the best practices in giving feedback as well as how to coach employees for improved performance.
January 23 Last day for nonresident foreign and out-of-state students to pay deferred tuition and not incur service charges. This training is suitable for: First time supervisors, team leaders with supervisory responsibilities, and new managers. Students missing the final thesis review processing deadline will be required to reapply for graduation for the term in which they expect to graduate. Rather, it provides instruction on a set of tools that can be applied to common and more complex mental health conditions. This module may be taken separately from the certificate program as a stand-alone workshop.