Are you looking for ways to counsel clients in crisis?
YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE
Become more skilled and impactful in counselling clients in crisis with this innovative clinical training in the Brief Crisis Therapy Model™
We often hear how clinicians are looking for better ways to counsel clients in crisis.
I wish current models weren't so rigid
I would love to have example questions
I am unsure how to start and end a brief session for clients in crisis
I have been looking for a model/training that is trauma-informed
Since the start of the pandemic, it has been hard counselling clients in crisis when I am feeling like I am in crisis
It is worth taking the time to find the right training to support you in your clinical work.
A therapeutic model that allows you to integrate your experience and style
A training program that provides sample questions, outlines, and rationale
A simple flow of brief crisis therapy sessions that is trauma-informed
A therapeutic model that addresses the needs of the therapist to create a more effective and impactful session for the client
The Brief Crisis Therapy Model is integrative and outcome-driven.
By drawing on evidenced-based therapies, this model is focused on impact and outcomes by collaborating with clients to find hope and next steps.
The following therapeutic models have been integrated into the
Brief Crisis Therapy Model:
Effective therapy leads to better outcomes, for clients and therapists alike.
ARE YOU READY TO
create change, and
reduce human suffering
From crisis comes opportunity. In this online training we will do just that - find the opportunities in crisis therapy.
In this introduction to the Brief Crisis Therapy Model, you will:
be introduced to the Brief Crisis Therapy Model;
become familiar with the philosophy, assumptions, and theories integrated in the model;
be able to describe the goal of each of the three therapeutic sessions into the model; and
learn specific strategies to use in your brief crisis work.
The goal of this training is for you to feel more confident and competent in brief crisis therapy so you can increase hope, create change, and reduce clients' suffering.
This training is being offered in partnership with the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT/ACTCF) and will be accepted for 5 hours of CEUs.
BA, MA, RP, RMFT, CSFT
Dina is a Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist, and an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor. Dina served at a children’s mental health clinic in Hamilton, Ontario for 17 years and is currently in private practice in Ancaster, Ontario. She is the associate director of and instructor in the SFBT certificate program at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE, University of Toronto), the co-director of the Canadian Solution-Focused Center, and co-editor of the Canadian SFBT Newsletter. Dina trains groups internationally on SFBT, working with children and adolescents and Single Session Therapy.
BA, MA, TCF, RP, RMFT
Andrew is a Registered Marriage & Family Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist., a thérapeute conjugal et familial (licensed Quebec), and a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. He is the Clinical Director of Couples Retreat at Ocean Coral and has a private practice in Montreal, Canada. Andrew completed graduate studies at Antioch University (USA) specializing in couple and family therapy.
His previous professional experience includes many years working in hospitals, residential programs, and private practice in Boston, Massachusetts. He is currently the president of the Canadian Association for Marriage & Family Therapy.
BSc, BScN, MN, RN, PNC(C)
Julia is an Advanced Practice Nurse with a specialty in Perinatal Nursing from the Canadian Nurses Association and over a decade of experience working with families. She has also completed training in Family Systems, and Family Therapy and has a private practice.
Julia currently holds a position as an Associate Professor (Teaching) in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary.
Her research experience includes having managed large, multi-site longitudinal datasets as well as small qualitative studies focusing on birth, family systems, mental health, and trauma.
She is a certified mindfulness facilitator and has co-created an introductory mindfulness podcast through the University of Calgary.