Interested in expanding your network, or learning about a therapy approach that’s new to you? Our event listing includes seminars, workshops and events. Some events are suited for therapists, while others may be of interest to members of the public as well.
Please note that CAPT does not evaluate any of the events advertised below.
November 25, 2020 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.The 2020 AGM will be held online via Zoom. To ensure security for the meeting, members are asked to register at the link below. Only members who have registered, and whose names have been verified, will be admitted to the meeting.
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Apply by February 28, 2021The ATPPP offers a two year course of integrated seminars combined with case supervision by psychoanalysts, and is based on a tri-partite model of didactic lectures, clinical supervision and personal psychotherapy. Trainees are taught, supervised, and mentored by selected psychoanalysts from the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society, an affiliate of the International Psychoanalytic Association, which was founded… Read More
Various datesTo first enter or subsequently maintain a competent practice in mental health or human services, practitioners require ongoing professional education, as well as opportunities for supervised practice. The Faculty of Continuing Education at ADLER provides both. ADLER’s Faculty of Continuing Education offers certificate programs that incorporate a case-based learning approach, encompassing theoretical discussion supported by… Read More
Saturday and Sunday mornings 7:30-9:00 amFeeling creatively blocked? Keep putting off that passion project? Have an idea that you want to get down on paper? Jena Ledson has started a weekend morning writing group. Based on a grad student model, we meet virtually Saturday and Sunday mornings 7:30-9 am to work on our respective projects: theses, children’s books, scripts, poetry,… Read More
September 2020 to June 2021The Centre for Training in Psychotherapy is offering CAPT members the following courses from September 2020 to June 2021. Aggression and its place in being human… Lecturer: Sharon Bedard Saturdays 10:00 – 1:30 The seminar is not intended as a definitive understanding of aggression so much as an effort to approach aggression as a complex…
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Various datesPACT is for therapists who would like to begin working with couples. PACT is the psychobiological approach to couples therapy. Developed by Stan Tatkin, author of Wired for Love. Level 1 (over 4 weekends, 5 hours each day, Stan and Hans alternating weekends): First Cohort Time: 7 am – 12 pm Pacific; 10 am –…
November 16 - 18, 2020 ONLINEThe conference will stimulate scientists, clinicians, people with lived experience of mental health problems and family members from around the world to present innovative and culturally significant research and clinical innovations in youth mental health and early intervention. The promotion of mental health is not just for specialists but for everyone in the community, including…
November 28, 2020 from 2 pm to 4 pmEnding Therapy aka Terminating with clients ie: when, how, why, etc. Therapists Connect is a place for the diverse community of professionals practicing psychotherapy in the Toronto area to meet and connect with other therapists; a place to discuss and creatively explore issues of concern and interest specific to conducting psychotherapy in private practice. Read More
November 30 - December 1, 2020 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm - ONLINEREGISTRATION DEADLINE: November 23, 2020 at 4 pm Workshop Description Relationships with caregivers in the early years have a profound influence on an adult’s self-perceptions, perception of others and his/her capacity for healthy intimate relationships. Adults with secure attachments and healthy adult relationships usually had early experiences of consistent nurturing and care from parents or…
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