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    • Friday, May 24, 2024
    • (CST)
    • Saturday, May 25, 2024
    • (CST)
    • 2 sessions
    • 56

    Playful Therapy: Matching Play and Emotion 

    Offered by The SK Branch of CAMFT

    Friday, May 24, 2024  - 12:30 pm to 4:30 PM CST

    Saturday, May 25, 2024 - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm CST

    IN-PERSON Only at:

    601- 2nd Ave N. Saskatoon, SK

    2 Day Experiential Play Intensive with,

    Tamara Strijack, RCC and Tracy Azevedo, MA, RMFT 

    Developmental science has long been championing the healing power of the play mode, whether one is a child, an adolescent or an adult. However, in the field of therapy (and in all areas of life, professional and personal) play is often overlooked and undervalued. In this course, we will explore the purposeful dynamics of emotion and the inherent properties of play - and most importantly, the magical interplay of when they come together. 

    We look forward to participants joining us for an enriching conference experience! Refreshments will be provided for shorter breaks both Friday and Saturday. On Saturday, take advantage of the hour and half midday break to explore nearby lunch spots or enjoy your own packed meal.  

    Early Bird Ends: April 30, 2024

    Registration numbers are limited.

    Students: $200.00 

    Everyone Else:  $250.00 Early Bird

    After April 30:   $300.00

    If you have questions about the event please contact [email protected]. If you have questions about registration, please contact [email protected]

    • Thursday, June 06, 2024
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Intimate Partner Violence Workshop

    June 6, 2024 

    11:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT  - Virtual 

    Presenters: Raghida Mazzawi MC, R.P. and Sheena Jones MA, R.P.

    This training will cover topics like:

    • Who is the client in Couples Therapy?

    • How is that “client” impacted when there is IPV in the relationship?

    • Basics of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): Power and control and patterns of behaviour

    • Assessing IPV versus “regular conflict” in couple relationships

    • Conducting the assessment (individual assessments versus bringing them together as a couple)

    • If IPV is involved what are the next steps?

    • When is individual counselling appropriate; when is couple counselling appropriate

    • If there is change in the abusive behaviour, can Couples Counselling be resumed?
    Learning Objectives:

    • What is IPV?
    • Impact of different levels / types of IPV: Physical, Verbal, Emotional, Mental, Financial
    • How to assess IPV in couples: questions, tools, assessments
    • Steps to take if IPV is a concern
    • How to work with couples who want to move past IPV.

Contact the CACFT:

(416) 907-4620

[email protected]


P.O. Box 1064

Tottenham, ON.

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