Sunday, August 30, 2015
Professional Development: Applying Research Innovations to Psychotherapy And Family Therapy - Surrey
Applying Research Innovations to Psychotherapy And Family Therapy For Deep And Lasting Change!
Recent research in neurobiology, attachment, trauma and mindfulness have important implications for psychotherapy and family therapy. Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy integrates research with therapeutic practice to provide therapeutic processes, assisting clients to transforming their intrapsychic and interrelational systems. The changes clients experience result in more internal peace, integration and empowerment and more connected, accepting and positive relationships.
A recent survey of mental health practitioners in the U.S.A. indicated that Virginia Satir remains among the top 5 most influential therapists from history. When she was alive, many people believed that her very successful results with people were due to her charismatic and loving nature. Since her death, her system of working therapeutically with people has been developed and refined. Many of these processes are now clearly supported by research.
"Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy Level I”
Dates: September 26, 27, Oct 24, 25, Nov 28, 29, 2015, Jan 9, 10, Feb 13, 14, 2016 (One weekend a month)
Location: Phoenix Center, Surrey, BC
Facilitator: Kathlyne Maki-Banmen, MA, RCC, Individual, Couple and Family Counsellor
Fee $1250 for 10 days of training
For more info Contact:
Satir Institute of the Pacific firstname.lastname@example.org www.satirpacific.org
Three positions available – Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops
The Alzheimer Society of BC exists to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, to promote public awareness, and to search for the causes and the cure. Due to the expansion of our First Link ® early intervention service and Dementia Helpline we have three exciting employment opportunities in British Columbia.
FIRST LINK/SUPPORT & EDUCATION COORDINATOR – VICTORIA (Full Time) - This position ensures the management of referral systems and outreach to clients, the proper delivery of support and education programs, and consistent community building.
FIRST LINK DEMENTIA HELPLINE COORDINATOR – VANCOUVER (Full Time) - The primary responsibility of this role is to ensure the smooth running of the First Link Dementia Helpline. This includes recruiting, training and supporting a team of Helpline volunteers to provide high quality telephone support and information to persons with dementia, caregivers, health care providers, and the public.
SUPPORT & EDUCATION COORDINATOR – KAMLOOPS (Full Time Temporary to approximately March 31, 2016 - likely extension) - This position ensures the management of referral systems and outreach to clients, the proper delivery of support and education programs, and consistent community building.
For more information and to apply, go to http://www.alzheimer.ca/en/bc/About-us/Employment-opportunities
Postings close on Monday, September 7, 2015.