This workshop is intended to have both didactic and experiential/interactive components. It will therefore be a participatory event where delegates engage and interact with each other. Led by a presenter with clinical and research experience related to mental health in later life, this workshop should provide participants with at least 3 tangible perspectives, skills, and/or techniques (i.e., learning outcomes). If this workshop works as planned it should be innovative, interactive, inclusive, integrative, developmental, provocative, logistically sound, and provide both novice and experienced psychologists with an opportunity to continue their professional development.Read more “WEBINAR: Therapy for Older Adults”
APNS continues its partnership with Emergency Medical Care Inc. (EMC) and the NS Public Prosecution Services (PPS) in response to a need for psychologists across Nova Scotia, who are trained and skilled in evidence-based treatments for PTSD, as well as having an awareness of the culture of paramedics and Crown Attorneys. With each workshop we add to the Registered Roster of Service Providers for referral by EMC and PPS. We are now offering a format that combines both paramedics and attorneys.
We all work with clients who test our capacity to connect with them, feel compassionate, and act competently.Read more “When you Dread your Next Session: Applying DBT principles to therapy with clients that leave you feeling helpless, demoralized, and resentful”