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Presented by: Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg, PsyD, RPC, MPCC-S, DAAETS, ACS Date: Wednesday, November 8 Time: 7 – 9 pm Location: Element Hotel Metrotown 5988 Willingdon Avenue,Burnaby, V5H 2A7 How do you know if you’re burning/burned out? What are the signs of compassion fatigue? How do I need to care for myself if I want to have an effective career in…Find out more »
FREE Therapeutic Recreation Assistant Workshop Facilitated by Cheryl Bain, Recreation Therapist & Instructor, Stenberg College In less than 2 hours, a simple crafting experience will teach you about: Engaging and supporting older adults through leisure activities Importance of personhood and taking a person-centred approach Understanding Dementia and how you can support people with Dementia Therapeutic Recreation and why the career…Find out more »
Stenberg College presents "What is Autism and How Can I Help?" by Dr. Kenneth Cole, PhD, RPsych.
After a brief overview of autism, Dr. Cole will provide information on the evidence-based strategies and supports used to assist persons who have autism spectrum disorder. There will be a specific focus on the environmental supports, positive behaviour supports and self-regulation (calming) techniques that are often used in support of persons who have this disorder.Find out more »
Stenberg College Counselling Therapist Diploma Program presents Relationships and Romance: A Free Workshop to Enhance Love, Intimacy & Sexuality.
In the first half of this workshop, Dr. Saira Sabzaali will talk about what it takes to keep your relationship healthy through all of its phases and how to tweak your communication style so that you can get through to the one you love. Then, Dr. Faizal Sahukhan will take you on a journey of sexual discovery that will enable you to spice up your romantic life with ten easy-to-follow steps.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is one of the most highly regarded interventions for supporting persons with autism. In this workshop, Dr. Kenneth Cole, PhD, RPsych, will feature some of the most commonly used ABA strategies. As an additional benefit, the techniques presented may also prove to be supportive for any person who struggles with their social behaviours - autism is not required!Find out more »
Are you an Internationally Educated Nurse? Join us for a free informational workshop where you will learn everything you need to know about becoming a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in British Columbia. Click to choose a date and location that works with your schedule!Find out more »
Treating Trauama: Therapeutic approaches to developmental trauma, intimate partner violence, trauma & special populations, and PTSD
Trauma is more and more at the forefront of counselling in all contexts and trauma-informed therapy is evidence-based practice. Drawing on years of experience in Canada and the Middle East, this workshop offers a current understanding of trauma and practical resources for counsellors committed to ‘best practice’ principles. Dr. Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg, RPC, MPCC-S, CCTP, DAAETS, ACS is a psychotherapist with several years…Find out more »
eTherapy or Telemental Health is here to stay. For mental health professionals wondering about adding this medium to their counselling toolbox, there are practical and clinical considerations that need to be acknowledged. Such issues include building trust in the digital space, legal liabilities, ambivalence about remote clients, and more. This day-long masterclass will help to frame “moments of meeting -…Find out more »
Sponsored by Stenberg College, this Valentine-themed event will feature five 20-minute talks on love, acceptance, and inclusion.Find out more »
Stenberg College presents "Why doesn't everyone develop PTSD?" an online counselling workshop by Dr. Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg. This is the first in a series of online workshops on trauma that offers a window into the world of counselling therapy.Find out more »