Month: February 2016

Free Video Series: “Creating Excellence in Therapy” Training Videos

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Bill O’Hanlon here.

I have spent my professional career exploring and developing approaches to relieve suffering and assist people to move past problems and into solutions.

My friend and colleague, Dr. Rob McNeilly is offering a series of free videos in which he will share his 40+-years experience of using and teaching his approach which evolved from his direct learning from the late Milton H. Erickson MD.

It is all about creating excellence in therapy to more effectively receive suffering for the people who seek our help.

Rob has a soft spoken, wise approach and a wry humor that can make learning with him delightful.

I invite you to register for this series soon since it will only be available for a few days.

Here’s the link.

Yours in solutions and possibilities,


Narcissism & Infidelity: An Integrative Approach to Couples Therapy

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Two of the world’s most forward thinkers on sexuality and relationships join together to

offer you an exciting day exploring clinical perspectives and interventions for the

really tough situations of couples struggling with desire, affairs and even divorce. Using

case examples and hands on intervention we will demonstrate how to integrate

couple dynamics with “deep work” on the part of each individual.

Friday, April 1 2016

8:30-9am Registration

9-4pm Workshop

St. James Cathedral, Snell Hall

65 Church St., Toronto, Canada

$145 early bird rate through midnight ET

Feb 15th and $165 thereafter

Registration for event:

More Information: Narcissism & Infidelity – April 2016

Continuing ED credits: 5 credits for APA



Leading Edge Seminars – Toronto

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Leading Edge Seminars

Highlights of Spring 2016

Sue Johnson: Using “Love Sense” and Science to Shape Megawatt Couples Interventions (Apr. 7) /Addressing Stuck Places in EFT Couples Therapy (Apr. 8)

Ronald Siegel: Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: Deepening Mindfulness in Clinical Practice  a 3-day intensive for those with previous training and experience in mindfulness  (April 25 – 27)

Ed Hamlin: Minding the Brain – An Introduction to Neurofeedback (May 27)

Scott Miller: Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) (June 2) and REACH: Pushing Your Clinical Skills and Effectiveness to the Next Level (June 3)

Plus 2 more long-time favourites:

Margaret Wehrenberg: CBT workshops on Anxiety (Apr. 28) and Depression (Apr. 29)

Janina Fisher: Attuning to Your Client – A Clinician’s Guide to Choosing the Right Approach (May 10-11)


For full workshop descriptions of these click on titles or go to for our full line up.