November 2019

Toronto Region Groupworkers’ Fall Learning Event 2019
TRGN & OASW INVITE YOU TO ATTEND WHEN IT GETS REAL: NAVIGATING CHALLENGING MOMENTS IN GROUP WORK

 
Date: Friday, November 15, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: 252 Bloor Street West, Room 5170, Toronto, ON

GUEST PRESENTERS:
Será Godfrey-Kaplan, LICSW, Part-time Lecturer Boston University School of Social Work; Private Practice
Adam Glick, LICSW, Part-time Lecturer Boston University School of Social Work; Private Practice
Mark Gianino, PhD, LICSW, Clinical Associate Professor;  Private Practice, Boston University School of Social Work
With greetings from Dr. Deepy Sur, OASW CEO & Dr. Barbara Muskat, IASWG President

Description:
When challenging moments in groups arise, don’t panic! Learn essential skills in addressing group conflict that enhance cohesion and transformation. An innovative instructional video group simulation created by the presenters will augment participant learning and will serve as the basis for discussion and practice. Participants will come away with new skills and increased confidence in addressing a range of group challenges for the benefit and growth of its members. 

RSVP here.

Presented by:

The Toronto Region Groupworkers’ Network (TRGN)

A Chapter in the International Association for Social Work with Groups (IASWG)

 Co-sponsored by the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW) 

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December 2019

Conférences Connexion:
Boïng - Journée conférence JEUNES et SANTÉ MENTALE *WEBDIFFUSION*


Dates:
  lundi 2 décembre 2019
Lieu : 08:20 à 15:45
Endroit : Quebec

QUESTIONS? CONTACTEZ-NOUS! 
N’hésitez pas à contacter Jennifer Letarte des Conférences Connexion à info@conferencesconnexion.com. Ou encore de vive voix au 438-877-6842. 

RSVP

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Learn More

What is the Social Workers and Social Service Workers Professional Development Fund?
If you are a registered social worker or social service worker who has recently completed a professional development (PD) activity, you may be eligible for an up to $500 reimbursement. The aim of the Fund is to provide reimbursement to registered social workers and social service workers in good standing who complete professional development (PD) activities that;

  • Advance their knowledge and skills.
  • Advance and integrate knowledge and skills into professional practice.
  • Contribute effectively and efficiently within social service and health care systems.
  • Support the government’s priorities in caring for vulnerable populations and their complex needs. 
    • Violence Against Women (including domestic violence and sexual violence and harassment);
    • Individuals with Developmental Disabilities;
    • Aboriginal Populations;
    • French Language Services;
    • Healthier Populations - including mental health;
    • Equity & Inclusion; and
    • Poverty Reduction.     

Eligibility and Application Information:

  • Be a registered member, in good standing, of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
  • Applications must be submitted within 90 days after the completion date of the PD activity.
  • Applicants are limited to one application for one PD activity to a maximum of $500 per funding year.
  • Proof of payment and successful completion of PD activity is required at the time of application. 
  • Funding is not guaranteed. 


To apply for the fund, please visit www.swsswpdf.org.

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January 2020

Leading Edge Seminars Fall 2019 + Workshops
Three-Day Intensive with Frank Anderson: Internal Family Systems (IFS) Experiential Workshop


Dates: January 9, 10, 11, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: YMCA, 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 2V5
Led by: Frank Anderson, MD

You Will Learn 

  • Effectively identify the protective parts your client uses
  • Utilize direct access with extreme protective parts
  • Navigate, resolve and move beyond polarizations that block progress
  • Get permission from protective parts
  • Offer alternatives to chronically hopeless systems
  • Successfully integrate IFS with your own therapeutic approach

 
To learn more or to RSVP click here.

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February 2020





March 2020

Gottman Methods Training Part 3


Dates:
 March 25-27, 2020
Time: 8:30 PM - 5:00 PM 
Location: 1558 Charlotteville Rd 8, Simcoe, Ontario
Presented by:  Mike Fidler, MSW, CSW

Description:
Level 3 Training: Through videotaped cases of real couples, hands-on role plays, demonstrations of assessments and interventions, and nuanced discussion of technique, the Level 3 Practicum in Simcoe, Ontario significantly expands your understanding of when and how to use Gottman Method approaches.

To learn more or to RSVP click
here.