Upcoming Workshops

Our in-depth workshops and quick insights in lunch and learn sessions aim to make mental health training accessible to all. We foster a supportive community of professionals and provide opportunities for learning and growth.

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The "6F's" in IFS: Free Demo in Getting to Know a Part

 
 








 



 

In this workshop, we will demonstrate how to use the 6F’s to get to know a part.

This IFS tool is essential in helping us build relationships with parts, work towards unburdening exiles, and integrate new parent parts into the internal system. You don’t need to be trained in IFS to use this tool, to be curious and compassionate about clients’ parts, because you already do that, just with different language and techniques.

You don’t need to unburden parts or exiles or do trauma processing for this tool to be helpful. This is about creating a relationship between the client’s self and their parts and getting to know their internal system with compassion. This often has a significant impact on clients’ progress in counselling/therapy as well as their ability to then access their coping skills or problem-solving skills.


March 25, 2024
9:00PT / 10:00MT / 11:00CT / 12:00ET / 1:00AT


 
 









 

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Intergenerational Trauma: History Taking Methods

In this workshop, Melissa Taylor (RSW) will explore different methodologies of history intake to deepen the landscape of intergenerational trauma & experiences. We will explore how to bring in sound, visualization, images, and nature in our inquiries in your trauma-informed practice.

Navigating both physical and virtual spaces, Melissa is a third-culture individual deeply versed in cultural nuances and intergenerational trauma. Driven by a mission to reconnect with her ancestors and to help others on their own journeys of reconnection, she specializes in addressing relational and intergenerational trauma as well as oppression.

Melissa’s practice is grounded in principles of anti-racism, anti-oppressive practices, and Black feminism. She’s committed to working with individuals impacted by colonization, enslavement, and 2SLGTBQ+ oppression.

March 28, 2:00 PM ET - 3:00 PM ET 


 
 








 

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We offer professional development for perinatal mental health professionals. Our trainings are inter-professional; we welcome social workers, psychotherapists, clinical psychologists, midwives, nurses, naturopaths, OB’s, psychiatrists, pelvic floor physiotherapists, family doctors, community organizers, pediatricians, coaches, or sleep consultants.

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