Webcast: Brainpower: Mindsight and Emotional Intelligence in Leadership with Daniel Goleman and Daniel Siegel
This live four-part series will be broadcast on Tuesdays from 3:00pm – 4:00pm EST on February 2, February 9, February 16, February 23. Each webcast will include a live Q&A with Daniel Goleman and Daniel Siegel. Subscribers will also have access to the recorded webcast for viewing on demand shortly after each broadcast.
Brainpower: Mindsight and Emotional Intelligence in Leadership provides executive coaches, management consultants, and HR professionals with a science basis for their leadership development work.
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Sitting around with nothing to do? Follow the link below to about 5 hours of free video from an autism conference featuring among others, Temple Grandin as only she can be. Can’t vouch for the quality, or how long they will be available. It is a Thanksgiving promotion (USA), so may be time limited. Ignore the pricing on the right side and just click on each video.
Happy 2 weeks to exams!
I just watched 10 minutes of the research panel video and highly recommend it. Fascinating stuff on how #s of kids with autism is determined by the CDC and new treatments for depression and anxiety.
Audrey Healy – Fleming College
Burnout: A Guide for Recognizing the Stages of Dis-stress
12/10/2015 12:00 Canada/Eastern
Do you lack energy? Or do you feel so drained that you just can’t give any more? Are you frantically involved in getting things done? Or are you just “done” with putting any more effort into anything? In this session, you’ll learn how the answers to these questions could be signs that everyday stress has escalated to critical dis-stress. You’ll learn about burnout, what it is, what it looks like in each stage of its progression, who is at risk and what you can do about it.
January 11, 2016 – December 16, 2016
Program Pre-Approved by the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association for 160 Credit Hours (Event Code 33919) and Promoted by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy
November 26-27, 2015, Stratford, ON
Regular Registration Fee: $339 + HST
Fee includes lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments.
This interactive and experiential 2-day workshop will focus on fundamental skills involved in teaching and integrating mindfulness meditation in clinical practice (counselling, psychotherapy and other therapeutic and helping settings). The workshop will highlight an approach called Recollective Awareness Meditation, an open, gentle, psychologically-oriented meditation that builds on the practices found in other mindfulness programs such as MBSR/MBCT and is accessible to long-time meditators and beginners alike:
- for experienced mindfulness practitioners, it will deepen, refresh and clarify your meditation and clinical practices
- for those new to mindfulness, it will serve as a useful introduction on how to develop your own mindfulness practice for enhancing self-care and therapeutic presence with clients, as well as orienting you in how to teach mindfulness to clients once you have had some more experience with it yourself
- for those in between (who have been practicing mindfulness and have some understanding of it as a clinical intervention), this workshop will enable you to start using mindfulness with your clients, integrating it into the clinical approaches that you are already using.
- Six key meditative processes and the differences between them
- How to use mindfulness to deepen therapeutic presence and attunement with clients
- How to use mindfulness to deal with difficult clinical situations
- How to assess, introduce, and coach clients in mindfulness and meditation
- How to cultivate compassion and self-compassion in treatment
- Key challenges that come up when teaching mindfulness and meditation, and strategies for navigating these challenges
- The recommended guidelines for your own mindfulness practice in order to effectively teach mindfulness to others
- Resources for further learning and practice
Who Should Attend? Any helping professional who provides some form of counselling and would like to gain mindfulness tools and strategies to use with clients. This includes social workers, counsellors, psychiatrists, family physicians, nurses, occupational therapists, chaplains, and other social service and health care professionals.
About the Presenter Bill Gayner, MSW, RSW, is a registered Social Worker, an Adjunct Lecturer with the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto, and a faculty member of the Mount Sinai Psychotherapy Institute. He works in the Clinic for HIV-Related Concerns at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, where he integrates mindfulness into individual psychotherapy and leads mindfulness programs for clients and hospital staff. Bill co-led a randomized-controlled trial of mindfulness-based stress reduction for gay men living with HIV. His interests include mindfulness, community mental health and integrative psychotherapy.
Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists
Tuesday, 10 November 2015 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) is a body-based treatment model developed by Pat Ogden. This presentation: provides an overview of the basic principles of SP, identifies differences between SP and traditional talk therapies, describes the role of mindfulness in SP, and introduces the Window of Tolerance and its role in trauma treatment.
About the Presenter
Kimberley Shilson has been providing assessment and treatment services for 25 years. She is registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario and certified by the CCPA. Kim’s practice focuses on trauma work with adolescents and adults, and she provides psychological consultation to children’s agencies and individual practitioners.
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