Ottawa – Oct 9-10, 2013
Toronto – Oct 22-23, 2013
Vancouver – Nov 5-6, 2013
A new two-day workshop
presented by Christine A. Padesky, Ph.D.
Therapists want to help depressed and suicidal clients feel better as quickly as possible.
To help you do this, Dr. Padesky presents effective cutting edge ideas for clinical practice, all based in current research. Learn how to individualize suicide interventions, respond to client pessimism, match therapy methods to targeted symptoms and predict whether booster sessions will help or not. This master clinician reveals a wealth of Best Practices. Join us in Ottawa, Toronto or Vancouver for her new state-of-the-art workshop.
“Christine Padesky never fails to deliver. Even though I would rate myself as being an advanced practitioner, I have learned a great deal from the workshop. Her friendly, approachable style is second to none.”
Participant comment from London 2012 workshop
Who should attend?
This workshop is for mental health professionals and not the general public. It is aimed at psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, physicians, occupational therapists, counsellors and graduate students.
The Ottawa workshop is co-sponsored by
at Carleton University
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