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Course Description

Join other CBT practitioners and learners for CBT Supervision and Consultation Groups. During these two-hour sessions, your CBT instructor will spend the first hour presenting on the latest research and best practices about the topic being discussed. The second hour of the session will be a case presentation and review. Cases will either be presented by a group member or the instructor. Use this opportunity for peer support, innovative learning, leadership development in your area of expertise and acquisition of supervision hours.

CBT Supervision and Consultation instructors meet supervision qualifications as set out by the OCSWSSW and CRPO and are certified with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and/or Canadian Association of CBT.

There will be a maximum of eight participants in each group. Participation in all three sessions is required and no make-up sessions will be available.

The CBT Consultation and Supervision Group series is not eligible for any discounts.

Notes

For more information contact the Faculty of Social Work Professional Development office:

Email: fswprofessionaldevelopment@wlu.ca
Phone: 519-884-0710 ext. 5234

Cancellations and Transfers
Be sure to carefully review our cancellation and transfer information before registering.

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

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Section Title
November: Fundamentals of CBT Follow-Up
Type
Remote
Days
F
Time
10:00AM to 12:00PM
Dates
Nov 12, 2021 to Nov 26, 2021
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

After completing Level I: Fundamentals of CBT, join this group to dive deeper into more advanced CBT interventions. During these sessions we’ll take a step-by-step review and demonstration of:

  • socratic questioning
  • hot thought evidence gathering and challenging
  • rules for living

Instructor: Sue Reid, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW, MEd

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
December: Somatic Psychotherapy
Type
Remote
Days
W
Time
1:00PM to 3:00PM
Dates
Dec 01, 2021 to Dec 15, 2021
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

If you’ve worked with trauma you know the truth of the statement “the body keeps the score”. Yet how do we help clients recover somatically, using evidence-based interventions? This consultation series will teach you about the PTSD mind-body connection and provide somatically oriented interventions for recovery within a CBT framework. Topics covered will include:

  • intro to PTSD and somatic psychotherapy
  • PTSD and vagus nerve toning 
  • chronic pain interventions for PTSD

Instructor: Sue Reid, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW, MEd

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
January: CBT Strategies for Resilience
Type
Remote
Days
M
Time
11:00AM to 1:00PM
Dates
Jan 10, 2022 to Jan 24, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

In addition to being the most popular model for treating mental illness, CBT is also widely known for increasing resilience, post-traumatic growth, and overall life satisfaction. Focusing on how to integrate CBT strengths into psychotherapy, as well as take clients beyond illness and into growth, these Supervision and Consultations sessions will focus on integration of:

  • resilience research in psychotherapy
  • increasing hope, grit and motivation
  • embracing self-compassion, generosity and mindfulness for everyday happiness

Instructor: Charity Fleming, MSW, RSW

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
February: Silencing Shame
Type
Remote
Days
W
Time
12:00PM to 2:00PM
Dates
Feb 02, 2022 to Feb 16, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

This consultation series focuses on how to identify, screen for and respond to the discrete emotion of shame. Using a CBT framework, shame will be evaluated using current research, clinical applications and best-known interventions. Topics covered will include:

  • introduction to PTSD and shame
  • screening and assessment for shame resilience
  • shame and sexual health

Instructor: Bridget O'Hagan, MEd, RP

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
March: CBT for Truth and Reconciliation
Type
Remote
Days
Th
Time
9:00AM to 11:00AM
Dates
Mar 03, 2022 to Mar 24, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

Embracing Etuaptmumk: Two Eyed Seeing, learn how to use CBT techniques as an Indigenous psychotherapist or ally to enhance Truth and Reconciliation in Indigenous communities across Canada. Alternatively, if you have taken Sacred Circle CBT and would like a refresher, to consult on a case, or take a more in-depth analyses of your cases and teachings, this is also the Supervision and Consultation series for you. Together with an Indigenous facilitator we’ll explore:

  • historical trauma transmission and case conceptualization
  • truth telling and trauma narratives
  • medicine for the mind – traditional medicines and teachings

Instructor: Charity Fleming, MSW, RSW

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
April: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma
Type
Remote
Days
M
Time
2:00PM to 4:00PM
Dates
Apr 11, 2022 to Apr 18, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

Intergenerational trauma is the most prevalent type of trauma, especially among women and priority populations in Canada. This consultation series will focus on CBT techniques for:

  • intergenerational trauma transmission – cognitive behavioural rules for living, risk, protective factors and interventions
  • intergenerational cycles of attachment and trauma – interrupting the cycle and decreasing risk
  • communicating for safety – sex, violence and relationship assertiveness scripts, screening tools and hierarchies

Instructor: Jennifer Hackbart, BASC, MSW, RSW

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
May: The Role of Rumination
Type
Remote
Days
W
Time
3:00PM to 5:00PM
Dates
May 04, 2022 to May 18, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

Rumination has been shown to increase and perpetuate symptoms of mental illness and contribute to the development and maintenance of other mental health and health problems. Alternatively, reflective rumination can improve mental health and wellness and even improve job performance. Join us in this series to deep dive into all the facets of rumination, specifically:

  • brooding, depressive, angry and co-ruminating impacts
  • using deliberate and reflective rumination to improve health and performance
  • interventions within the therapy hour – the “how-to”

Instructor: Thomas Brown, MSW, RSW

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

Section Title
June: Treating the Trauma of Rape -- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for PTSD (1998, Foa, B.E. & Rothbaum, B.)
Type
Remote
Days
W
Time
4:00PM to 6:00PM
Dates
Jun 01, 2022 to Jun 15, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
6.0
Delivery Options
Remote  
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $599.00
Section Notes

Description

Taking material from Dr Edna Foa’s groundbreaking book Treating the Trauma of Rape, this consultation and supervision series will explore interpersonal sexual trauma, its prevalence, and connection to PTSD. Valley walk together as a Supervision and Consultation Group to explore:

  • rape culture – current research, topics and controversies in the realm of sexual assault recovery
  • assessment tools, disclosure and shame busting
  • tailored exposure therapy and common cognitive distortions

Instructor: Bridget O'Hagan, MEd, RP

Location: This series is being held remotely through Zoom. 

Website: wlu.ca/fswpd

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