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For those requiring a Certificate of Attendance, certificates will be issued upon successful completion of a post-training quiz with a minimum score of 75% (multiple attempts allowed). Certificates will indicate the number of direct education hours (11), not including breaks. Certificates may be used to qualify for eligibility for Continuing Education Credits from licensing boards and professional colleges; it is the participant’s responsibility to contact their college or association to confirm its requirements and the workshop's eligibility for CEU's / CE’s.
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Instructor: Annette Kussin, MSW, RSW
Location: Online Live Stream Event
Early Bird Cost: $379 CAD + GST/HST (if applicable) by Sept. 1, 2022
Regular Cost: $419 CAD + GST/HST (if applicable) after Sept. 1, 2022
**All prices are in CAD$. American Patrons - your dollar goes further! $1 CAD = $0.78 USD (as of June 10, 2022 - check online for current exchange rate)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 29, 2022 at 12 pm ET
* For information about Group Rates and Discounts click here.
About the Presenter
Annette Kussin, MSW, RSW, is a registered Social Worker, a registered Marital and Family Therapist and an advanced Attachment Focused Therapist specializing in Trauma and Attachment Therapy. She worked in Children’s Mental Health for over 30 years as a therapist, supervisor, manager and clinical director. Currently Annette maintains a private practice, which she has had for over 20 years, where she specializes in Attachment Focused Therapy for adults, couples, adolescents, and adoptive families. She also offers parenting capacity assessments and attachment and trauma assessments in her private practice. She has developed a model of Attachment Focused Therapy for adults struggling with intimacy and for couples with relationship problems.
Annette has received advanced training in attachment focused therapy from Daniel Hughes and was a member of an advanced consultation group in this model of therapy. She offers consultation to agencies and individual professionals and regularly provides training to organizations throughout Ontario in the areas of attachment, trauma, and brain development.
Annette’s first book It's Attachment: A New Way of Understanding Yourself and Your Relationships was published in 2020. Her second book - on Adult Attachment and Parenting - will be published and available in 2023.
ONLINE LIVE STREAM EVENT
For more information about Annette and her work: www.annettekussintherapy.com
Relationships with caregivers in the early years have a profound influence on an adult’s self-perceptions, perception of others and his/her capacity for healthy intimate relationships. Adults with secure attachments and healthy adult relationships usually had early experiences of consistent nurturing and care from parents or caregivers. Adults with insecure attachments and unhealthy relationships, on the other hand, usually had early experiences of inconsistent nurturing, rejection or even severe neglect and abuse. There is good evidence, however, that adults with insecure attachments can redevelop their capacity for secure attachments. They can develop such security by understanding the adult attachment style they developed from their early childhood experiences, recognizing how their attachment style impacts their sense of self and the unhealthy patterns in their present relationships, mourning the losses and longings from these early child/parent relationships, developing a non-judgmental stance in exploring their patterns, and risking change.
This workshop will present methods of assessing for adult attachment and a model of therapy for helping clients to develop secure attachment. The therapeutic interventions will assist clients to recognize their unconscious models of relationships, develop greater security through the therapeutic relationship, and risk new and healthy interactive patterns in present relationships. Attendees will also develop awareness of their own attachment style and its importance in their therapeutic work with clients.
Case examples, videos and role play will be used to demonstrate the interventions.
Who Should Attend?
Experienced service practitioners working with adults in individual therapy, couple and family therapy, and parent work, such as counsellors, social workers, social service workers, psychologists and other professionals providing some form of counselling.
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