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Community Mental Health Training and Education for Professionals

SickKids CCMH Learning Institute is a training facility with a focus on outreach and capacity building within the mental health sector. For over 30 years we have been providing evidence-based training and education to professionals in the Health and Human Services Industry.

Our certificate programs along with our one and two-day workshops provide participants exposure to clinical conversations with multidisciplinary contributions in an interactive, hands-on environment of learning, all orchestrated by innovative facilitators providing best practice training in their field of distinction. 

For your convenience, Phase 1 our Fall 2018 Academic Calendar outlined below is divided into 4 key learning areas. Each category below is a quick link within our Academic Calendar. For more information, or to register for a specific workshop simply click the More link at the end of the workshop description.
 



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Our Customized On-site Training Program provides interactive training sessions such as the ones in our Academic Calendars, delivered by experienced and knowledgeable facilitators where and when it is convenient for you.To learn more about this tailored training, click here.

 
                        

     
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? 

We would love to hear from you. Please contact our Training Coordinator Mary Anne Van Rooyen via email at mvanrooyen@sickkidscmhlearning.ca, toll-free: 1-855-944-4673, or local: 416-924-1164, ext. 3233
 





Fall 2018 Academic Calendar: September to December 31st
 


 

Fall 2018 Certificate Programs
 

*NEW PROGRAM*
Certificate in Addiction Counselling:
 
Level 1
Dates: December 13, 2018 & January 7 & 8, February 11, 2019
Facilitator: Ian Robertson, MSW, RSW.
This training is suitable for: Experienced front-line workers (nurses, clergy, social workers, residential workers), counselors and psychotherapists who provide services to vulnerable populations.

 
Description: This certificate program focuses on the basic skills of addiction counselling. Areas of training at this level focus on understanding the Use of Self and Transference/Counter-Transference "Traps" which can occur and can significantly impact the quality of care from a trauma informed perspective. This level will also provide a training on Motivational Interviewing with a practice component integrated into this component.  Finally, this level will provide a general overview of Pharmacology, as having a basic understanding is critical to understand and will inform your clinical practice. Each Individual Learning Module may be taken separate from the Certificate Program however, all 3 modules must be completed to receive the certificate
For more information on this program and full registration details please click: More


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Fall 2018 Workshops:
Working with Children, Youth & Families

 

Anxiety and the Gift of the Imagination:
A Clinical Model for Helping Children Understand and Manage Anxiety
Date: December 14, 2018
Facilitator: 
Robin Alter, Ph.D.
This training is suitable for: Mental health professionals currently working with and/or interested in working with children.
Description: Looking for a new way to help children Understand and Manage their Anxiety? Register for Dr. Robin Alter compact 1-day workshop where she will teach a successful therapeutic formulation of anxiety along with a new clinical model for working with Children and Anxiety Management. Dr. Alter will explain how the link between imagination and anxiety can be used effectively in treatment. This approach starts and ends with an enhancement of self-esteem to motivate children to use therapeutic tools and strategies. Learn how children's anxiety and thinking are different from adults, and how to be more effective with children in creating fundamental change in anxiety management. 
For more information on this workshop and full registration details please click:  More


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Fall 2018 Workshops:
Working with Adults

 

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
Date: December 7, 2018
Facilitator: 
Noah Lazar, Ph.D., C.Psych.
This training is suitable for: Mental health professionals, medical professionals and direct service workers.
Description: Over the last twenty years, there have been considerable advances in applying CBT principles to treat bipolar disorder. This workshop will focus on a cognitive conceptualization of Bipolar disorder, common misconceptions regarding the suitability of this population for psychotherapy. Participants will also learn application of monitoring techniques, behavioural techniques for depression and mania and cognitive restructuring techniques. Time will be provided to examine some of the outcome literature highlighting the effectiveness of CBT. This is learning module 3 of the Certificate in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Level 2. This learning module may be taken separately from the certificate program. 
For more information on this workshop and full registration details please click: More


 
The Therapeutic Relationship is Your Most Powerful Tool (and Biggest Pitfall): Relational Strategies to Effectively Treat Challenging Trauma Clients
Date: December 10 & 11, 2018
Facilitator:
 Robert T. Muller, Ph.D., C.Psych.
This training is suitable for: Counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, health and social care professionals practicing in health, education and social care settings and in private practice, and who have a core professional training.  It is suitable for therapists working in all modalities.
Description: This practical workshop, led by Dr. Robert T. Muller, a leading expert on trauma therapy and globally acclaimed author, is aimed at building your understanding of the psychotherapeutic relationship with challenging clients, particularly trauma clients. Through the lens of attachment theory, using a relational, integrative approach, Dr. Muller follows the ups and downs of the therapy relationship with trauma survivors and how to navigate and use conflicts in the relationship. Dr. Muller walks through how to bring safety to the therapeutic relationship early on. Participants will learn to recognize their own (therapist) feelings in the treatment (e.g., the wish to rush into trauma work, or the wish to avoid it) and how to help clients mourn traumatic losses to bring post-traumatic growth. Workshop registration includes a copy of Dr. Muller's new book: Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up: From Avoidance to Recovery & Growth. 
For more information on this workshop and full registration details please click:  More


 
Counter Transference 'Trap' within the Therapeutic Process of Addiction and Mental Health
Date: December 13, 2018
Facilitator: Ian Robertson, MSW., RSW.
This training is suitable for: Experienced front-line workers (nurses, clergy, social workers, residential workers), counselors and psychotherapists who provide services to vulnerable populations.
Description: Historically, the work we do within the addictions and mental health tends to focus more on symptoms rather than causation. Clients who seek out our services from these populations present with a significantly higher prevalence of trauma. The real architect of the intervention for our clients who are trauma implicated is the 'worker'. Our personal wellness, insight and healthy attachment to our clients truly matter in their process of recovery. As clinical workers, who are wanting to be trauma informed, we must reflect on our component of what we bring to the therapeutic experience.  As our clients are triggered and react and re-enact historical trauma within our session, so are we as clinicians. Our history and experiences can be helpful but also can be harmful to the therapeutic work. Our histories, especially when we are not aware, do enter into the work with our clients. Having insight to our counter-transference reactions is critical to a 'do no harm' approach, for the highly vulnerable populations we service. This is Learning Module 1 from Certificate in Addiction Counselling. Individual modules may be taken separately from the certificate program. 
For more information on this workshop and full registration details please click:  More

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Fall 2018 Leadership Training


Managing Employee Performance in Health and Human Service:
Date: December 6, 2018
Facilitator: 
Adam Lodzinski, Ph.D.
This training is suitable for: Any professional looking to expand their management and leadership skills.
Description: This workshop is designed to provide supervisors, and managers with a framework for on-going, regular employee performance management, how to relay expectations to employees and the importance of the performance management process. Participants will gain the tools and language to support them in this on-going management process. The workshop will consist of lecture and demonstration, but will also focus on practice to successfully manage employee performance. This is learning module 3 of the Management Certificate. This individual learning module may be taken separately from the certificate program. 
For more information on this workshop and full registration details please click:  More

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