Non CAMFT Events
Events listed below are not CAMFT events but we believe they are of interest to MFTs.
CAMFT has not reviewed the content of the events offered below.
IASP Annual Conference: April 25, 2020
George Ignatieff Theatre, 15 Devonshire Place, Toronto
Patients & Their Significant Others:
Helping Patients Improve Their Relating and Relationships
Through Individual and Couple Treatment
Presented by: Carla Leone, Ph.D
Whether we do couple therapy or not, we all work with patients who bring relationship concerns or complaints to their treatments, and for whom healthier relating is a major treatment goal.
As individual therapists, how can we best help when we have never met the patient’s spouse or significant other, heard their side of the story, or watched the partners relate? Please click for more information.
Establishing Online Clinical Practice Workshop
Date: April 23, 2020
Location: Community Room, Goodwill Industries, 255 Horton Street, London, ON N6B 1L1
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Facilitator: Lawrence Murphy, founder of Therapy Online
The Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals (OAMHP) and the Canadian Association of Psychodynamic Therapists (CAPT) are hosting a joint workshop on online counselling. For more information and to register please click here.
Presented by Shalem Mental Health Network
Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision Course
for Psychotherapists. Couple & Family Therapists and Social Workers interested in developing their supervision knowledge and skills.
April 25, 26 and May 8,9, 2020 in Hamilton ON
This course has been pre-approved by CAMFT and is designed for professionals wishing to pursue their CAMFT Supervisory Designation or to further develop their supervision skills.The course emphasizes the integration of supervision theory with selected supervision practice issues. For full details on this course please click here.
To register for the course please click here.
Space in limited. Early Bird ends March 1, 2020.
Systemic Approach to Celebrating Indigenous Families
The Justice Institute of BC (New Westminster campus) is pleased to offer a new course COUN-1038: A Systemic Approach to Celebrating Indigenous Families on March 5th and 6th, 2020.
The course is being taught by Jann Derrick PhD, Family Therapist and Haudensaunee ancestry. Jann is known for her years of work with families in the BC Interior, and her work with families and communities impacted by the residential school. To read Jann's biography please click here.
To read further about the course and to register please follow this link.
This course will count for 16 hours of CEU for CAMFT members.