CEU's and Certificates of Attendance
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 education hours (6). Certificates may be used to qualify for eligibility for Continuing Education Credits from licensing boards and professional colleges; it is recommended that you contact your college or association to confirm its requirements and the workshop's eligibility for CEU's. This workshop has been pre-approved for 6 continuing education hours by the CACCF.
An administrative fee of $50 will be charged for all cancellations. Cancellation 14 or more days prior to the workshop date – receive a refund, less $50 administration fee. Cancellation less than 14 days prior to the workshop date – receive a credit, less $50 administration fee, to be applied to a future workshop. No credit or refund will be issued if you do not notify us in advance of the workshop date. You may transfer your registration to another individual at no extra cost. In this case, please notify Mission: Empowerment of the name of the alternate person. The organizers reserve the right to cancel the event due to instructor illness, extreme weather, under-enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If a workshop is cancelled, any registration payment will be returned in full. Liability is limited to a refund of workshop/live-stream fees only.
** Please note: Due to COVID-19 we are not accepting cheque registrations at this time in order to protect our staff, as our mailbox is off-site.
“Apologizing does not mean you are to blame – it means you
are willing to share the burden of the pain of generations past”
Therapeutic Apologies (TA) are one of the most powerful interventions used in Emotion-Focused Family Therapy, given their potential to transform emotional pain in the self and other.
The TA intervention can be integrated and delivered in the context of individual, couple and other family-oriented therapies. It involves coaching clients to deliver a specifically constructed apology, rooted within a no-blame framework, intended to facilitate healing for both parties. Clients are also taught what not to do and how to handle difficult responses from the other. The use of TAs is not limited to situations in which there was an emotional injury; they can also be used to help lift the burden felt by those struggling with mental illness who are blaming themselves - or caregivers who are blaming themselves.
Benefits of TAs include:
· Reduced shame and self-blame
· Reduced parental self-blame
· Increased feelings of worthiness and self esteem
· Increased resilience
· Better health outcomes
· Increased openness to receiving support/treatment
· Decreased resistance to caregiver involvement
· Healing of old wounds
· Improved relationships
This workshop will provide a “deep dive” into the Therapeutic Apologies intervention. Participants will receive step-by-step instruction, scripts, and ample practice opportunities to equip them with the tools and confidence to effectively implement the intervention with clients immediately following the workshop.
You will learn:
For a more detailed explanation of each of the three applications listed above, and the rationale for TAs in each of these situations, click here
* Prior training in Emotion Focused Family Therapy is not necessary to attend this workshop.
Instructors: Adele Lafrance, PhD
Location: Online Live Stream Event
Early Bird Cost: $199 CAD + 13% HST (=$224.87) by Oct 11, 2020
Regular Cost: $225 CAD + 13% HST (=$254.25) after Oct 11, 2020
**All prices are in CAD$. American Patrons - your dollar goes further! $1 CAD = $0.75 USD (as of Aug 10, 2020 - check online for current exchange rate)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Nov 10, 2020 at 12 noon ET
* For information about Group Rates and Discounts click here.
REGISTRATION OPTIONS: 2 WAYS TO REGISTER
1) To pay with CREDIT CARD or PAYPAL: click here **to register online via Eventbrite for this option (see highlighted note below)
About the Presenter
Adele Lafrance, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, research scientist and published author. She is co-developer of Emotion-Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) and developer of Emotion-Focused School Support. As founding co-director of Mental Health Foundations, Dr. Lafrance provides consultation and training for clinicians, school boards and mental health agencies worldwide.
Dr. Lafrance currently leads multiple research projects in the areas of EFFT and mental health (including eating disorders), and has published extensively in the field of clinical psychology. She is co-author of the Clinician Manual on Emotion-Focused Family Therapy as well as a book for Caregivers titled What to Say to Kids When Nothing Seems to Work. Her work has also been featured in various news outlets, including NBC's "The Doctors". Dr. Lafrance is perhaps best known for promoting family-focused care for children, adolescents and adults struggling with mental health issues.
**Please note that an Eventbrite fee is added when registering online and paying by credit/debit/paypal. To avoid this fee, register using the below option
To download the poster, click here
For more information about Dr. Lafrance and her work, visit www.mentalhealthfoundations.ca
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