Webinars and Courses
Events listed below are not all CAMFT events but we believe they are of interest to MFTs.
CAMFT has not reviewed the content of the events offered below, except for those that have been given pre-approved CEUs from CAMFT. The events are not listed in any particular order. Not all courses will be approved for CEUs.
Looking for a course? Need CEUs? Why not try the University of Guelph's OPEN ED’S CFT STUDIES? Expand your knowledge and develop practical skills.
Please click here for more information about the courses at University of Guelph.
EFT & Sex Addiction
Online EFT Workshop
February 12, 2022
Dr. Herman Chow, RP, RMFT- Supervisor, CCFT
“EFT & Sex Addiction” is the eighth instalment of the Online EFT workshops series that will hone your EFT skills. This workshop is for participants who have some working knowledge of EFT and awareness of EFT stage 1 and stage 2. This particular workshop will assume you have some understanding of using EFT with attachment injuries. If you don’t, it will be helpful to purchase Herman’s previous training on “EFCT: Healing from affairs”. Please click here to learn more about this workshop.
Attachment Injury Resolution Model
OnLine EFT Workshop
Jun 4, 2022 - 9:30 am-5:30 pm EST
Attachment Injury Resolution Model (AIRM) is a Stage 2 process of Emotionally Focused Therapy that promotes repair and recovery from attachment injuries in couple relationships. AIRM is built from the backbone of Stage 1 work (de-escalation and ownership of the injury) and early Stage 2 work (sufficient withdrawer engagement work). In this interactive workshop, Dr. Herman Chow will break down each step of the EFT Stage 2 work so that the participants will have a clear understanding of the steps necessary to resolve attachment injuries. To learn more about this workshop please click here.
BCACC’s New Diversity Training Series
Six workshops. Six important topics.
BCACC has brought together industry leaders to present a series of workshops centered on diversity, inclusivity, and reconciliation.
You'll learn and reflect on ways to bring cultural safety and inclusivity into tangible action within your counselling practice.
The first workshop is on September 21, 2021. To learn more please click here.
Transformational Systemic Therapy Using the Satir Model Level 1 (In Person)
With Jennifer Nagel, MA, RCC
October 16, 17, November 13, 14, December 4, 5, 2021 and
January 8, 9 and February 5, 6, 2022
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Held at CoWorks by Elevate 20627 Fraser Highway, Langley, BC V3A 4G4
Satir's Transformational Systemic Therapy integrates research with therapeutic practice and processes, assisting clients in transforming their intrapsychic and interrelational systems. Clients’ transformational experiences result in increased internal peace, empowerment, and integration, in addition to connection and acceptance in relationship with Self, others and context. Click here to read more. Click here to Register.
Foundations of Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy Part A (Online)
(Foundations Part A and Part B online are equivalent to Level 1 STST in person)
October 15-16; November 5-6; December 3-4, 2021 and
January 14-15; and February 11-12, 2022
9:00 am to 2:30 pm PDT online Via Zoom
45 Continuing Education hours of online training from CCPA
With Linda Lucas, MA, LCPC, LPC and Anne Morrison, MSW, RSW
Foundations of Transformational Systemic Therapy (STST) is for practicing counsellors and therapists, and other helping professionals presently working with people. The focus of the program is learning and practicing Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy to bring about change with individuals, couples and families. Please click here to register.
Introduction to Using Neuroscience and the Satir Model in the Sand Tray (NSST)
October 28th, November 4th, November 18th, December 2nd, 2021
with Dr. Madeleine De Little, RTC, MTC, RCS, CCC, Ph.D.
held at CoWorks by Elevate 20627 Fraser Highway, Langley, BC
Participants will explore the neuroscience of safety, the neuroscience of the therapeutic relationship, the Transformational Systemic Therapy of Virginia Satir, and what this combination of approaches looks like in the sand tray, through theory, demonstrations and practice. This approach is effective with children and adults. Topics covered will be general use of the sand tray and how to bring about transformational Change for clients using the metaphors of the figurines. Please click here to register.
A self paced, online course all about AAI. This comprehensive course is a must for any health professional.
Please click here for more information.
ABOUT THE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE ON PTSD AND RELATED MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS (THE CENTRE)
The Centre is a new organization that is developing evidence-based training and resources for service providers who provide support to Veterans (CAF and RCMP) and Veteran Families.
The Centre is building strong community and health networks to create the best possible supports and services for Veterans (CAF and RCMP) and Veteran Families.
The Centre’s projects and partnerships take a Veteran- and Veteran Family-centred approach.
Events, projects, and resources from The Centre include:
Sharon Ramsay, MDiv, RMFT, asked us to share the following information about a project called Just Relating.
“Since my presentation at the CAMFT 2019 National Conference, I have been involved in a project that has been life-giving for my practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy. I have had the privilege of meeting weekly with EFT therapists from the US, Iran, and Zimbabwe to understand how to integrate the sociocultural context of people’s lives into attachment-oriented therapy.
Together, we have produced a project called www.justrelating.org
Our conversations have shaped this training to be inclusive of the diversity that people bring to their relationships and to the ways in which they navigate life. We also hope this work encourages therapists to grow in awareness of our own presence in the room and the willingness to be vulnerable.
Attachment gives us a frame and EFT gives us the map. My Canadian heart hopes that sociocultural attunement will give us flexibility to absorb the shocks in the road.
Check out a preview of Episode 1 at https://youtu.be/EvgyYTshW68.”
Envision is a Canada-based provider of online workshops for mental health professionals. We seek to make learning accessible and attainable no matter the stage of a professional's career. With our online format, we are able to bring international leading presenters to your screen, wherever you are, in an interactive way, that outshines any conference room.
Click here to explore our upcoming live events & be sure to explore our catalogue of home study courses where you can learn at your own pace. CAMFT members are eligible for a 15% discount for any general online workshop or home study course up to 8 hours long. To see the discount code please login to www.camft.ca and click on Envision under the 'About' menu tab.
Leading Edge Seminars
The topics, speakers and presentation styles are on the “leading edge”, giving you an edge in your work with people. Whether you are a counsellor, therapist, manager, social worker, health care professional, or educator, you will find that there is something for you.
Please click here to see live and recorded on demand webinars.
Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
CTRI’s mission is to inspire learning and improve lives. They provide training (in-person and online), consulting and free resources in the areas of trauma, mental health and counselling skills