Welcome to Cognitive Workshops, a cognitive therapy training company run by Dr. Lorna Tener, a psychologist in private practice in Ottawa, Canada, and her husband Brian Toller. Here you can find out about the workshops we organize for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and other mental health professionals.
The workshops focus on beginner and advanced cognitive therapy training, and are given by speakers who are outstanding in their fields of expertise. Workshops tend to be two-day, offering proven, practical skills to improve a therapist’s technique. They are offered in Canada and Great Britain. Since 1995, more than 25,000 mental health professionals have attended our events.
October 24, 2014
PLACES AVAILABLE FOR OTTAWA & TORONTO WORKSHOPS
We are bringing Christine Padesky back to Canada for her new “Show Me!”workshop on Strengths-Based CBT. Bookings are now being accepted for Ottawa Oct 28-29 and Toronto Nov 5-6.
Canadian Address | Cognitive Workshops | 108-858 Bank St. | Ottawa, ON | K1S 3W3
United Kingdom Address | Cognitive Workshops | #410, 10 Great Russell Street | London | WC1B 3BQ
How often do you watch a master clinician at work and wonder, "How did she know to ask that?" "Why did she do that?" Past workshop participants frequently comment that some of the best learning in Christine Padesky's workshops comes from her clinical demonstrations. Listening to this feedback, Dr. Padesky decided to structure a new workshop series around clinical demonstrations.
In this first workshop of her new "Show Me!" series, she reveals what is going through her mind during demonstrations of Strengths-Based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
A new two-day workshop
presented by Christine A. Padesky, Ph.D.
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ATTACK IN OTTAWA
There is no change to our plans to hold the workshop in Ottawa Oct 28-29. The attacks on our military personnel are distressing. If you would like to read about various ways people can be resilient in the face of such events, please go to this link at the APA site.