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Latest News and Events

Brief Narrative Practices

Program Overview OAMHP is offering a specialty training in contemporary ‘brief therapy’ that emphasizes an exploration and development of therapeutic practice in time constrained and community contexts. A brief narrative practice is not a hurried therapy, but rather complete and in harmony with the practices and ethics of longer-term narrative therapy. Practice involves a collaboration…

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Establishing Online Clinical Practice Workshop

Program Overview As people turn to the online world for their physical needs, increasingly, clients expect to be able to connect with their helping professional online. The only question is whether the mental health professional is ready. This full day workshop will provide participants with a solid grounding in the ethics, theory, research and practice…

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Webinar: Beating Smartphone Syndrome

  About this Event How do we teach the people in our lives how to use technology in ways that can boost happiness? Using engaging activities and exercises, Tchiki Davis will teach you strategies to help others stay present, meaningfully connected, and happy in the digital age. This webinar is based on Tchiki Davis’ book…

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Webinar: Understanding 12-Step Programs

In this webinar, Julian Toy will provide essential information for any clinician whose clients are involved with 12-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or Cocaine Anonymous. Julian Toy H.S.C. Substance Abuse Professional: I drank alcohol and used drugs daily for 16 years, from ages 12 to 28. Some drugs I used were cocaine,…

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New Edition of Psychologica Magazine Now Available!

We’re excited to release the latest edition of the OAMHP produced, Psychologica magazine to our members! This edition centres around the theme of improving access to mental health care. We’re excited to showcase articles on a variety of different topics, such as: The implications of accessibility and how can we improve upon it; Gaps in accessibility to…

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