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Working with Hard to Reach Clients 2:00 pm
Working with Hard to Reach Clients @ Webinar
Jul 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
As frontline workers, effective and meaningful engagement is key to establishing a therapeutic alliance with your clients, and for clients experiencing psychosis, this can present a unique set of challenges. Learning more about psychosis, and how signs and symptoms present, provides a framework for successful engagement. Presented by Alyssa Hirij, this session will provide information about how to build a working relationship and the importance of intake; as well as cover support strategies and how to work with clients effectively. This webinar is presented by Empowering Community Minds, a new collective formed as part of a community-based pandemic response to empower, support, and enable solutions for mental health and social challenges affecting individuals and families.
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Short-Term Interventions: Transitioning from In-Person to Online Support 11:00 am
Short-Term Interventions: Transitioning from In-Person to Online Support @ Webinar
Jul 7 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
This four-week webinar series will explore ways to move through this unsettling interlude with integrity, confidence, and clinical effectiveness. Each webinar will explore a different topic relevant to both short-term therapy and remote service delivery and will include practical skills that can be implemented immediately. Week 1: Doing the Best You Can With What You Have: Best Practices in Brief and Remote Counselling Front-line practitioners all want the best for their clients, but it can be challenging to feel helpful when faced with limited time and resources. This webinar will explore what it takes to be clinically effective regardless of the time available or method of service delivery. Week 2: Hope: The Key to All Effective Brief Therapy Practitioners often struggle with how to be clinically effective in brief therapy given the time-limited nature of the interaction. This webinar will invite practitioners to consider hope as the “active ingredient” in Brief Therapy and will discuss how to cultivate hope more intentionally in conversations. Week 3: The Worries are Real: Managing Anxiety, Disappointment and Uncertainty in Troubled Times There is no denying that the COVID-19 virus has changed the world as we know it. Worry, fear and grief are all reasonable responses. This webinar will explore how we can honour our client’s difficult emotions while nurturing their resiliency. Week 4: Mindful Presence in Brief Therapy: Staying Grounded, Compassionate, and Hopeful Before, After, and During Challenging Conversations Supporting others while managing difficult times ourselves can feel exhausting. This webinar will explore the...
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Short-Term Interventions: Transitioning from In-Person to Online Support 11:00 am
Short-Term Interventions: Transitioning from In-Person to Online Support @ Webinar
Jul 14 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
This four-week webinar series will explore ways to move through this unsettling interlude with integrity, confidence, and clinical effectiveness. Each webinar will explore a different topic relevant to both short-term therapy and remote service delivery and will include practical skills that can be implemented immediately. Week 1: Doing the Best You Can With What You Have: Best Practices in Brief and Remote Counselling Front-line practitioners all want the best for their clients, but it can be challenging to feel helpful when faced with limited time and resources. This webinar will explore what it takes to be clinically effective regardless of the time available or method of service delivery. Week 2: Hope: The Key to All Effective Brief Therapy Practitioners often struggle with how to be clinically effective in brief therapy given the time-limited nature of the interaction. This webinar will invite practitioners to consider hope as the “active ingredient” in Brief Therapy and will discuss how to cultivate hope more intentionally in conversations. Week 3: The Worries are Real: Managing Anxiety, Disappointment and Uncertainty in Troubled Times There is no denying that the COVID-19 virus has changed the world as we know it. Worry, fear and grief are all reasonable responses. This webinar will explore how we can honour our client’s difficult emotions while nurturing their resiliency. Week 4: Mindful Presence in Brief Therapy: Staying Grounded, Compassionate, and Hopeful Before, After, and During Challenging Conversations Supporting others while managing difficult times ourselves can feel exhausting. This webinar will explore the...
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