Upcoming Professional Development Events


April | May | June


Grief Literacy Level Two with Rachelle Bensoussan Workshop

Grief Literacy trainings are designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of grief and loss including an increase in practical skills, a broadening of grief related language and vocabulary, and an improved ability to navigate the complex landscape of grief and loss, including practical skills for supporting individuals. Workshops are inclusive of both death-related and non- death-related losses.

Date: Thursday, May 30, 2024 from 9:00am to 12:00pm EST

Who can attend: OAMHP members and non members

Continuing education credits: 3


Peer Circle: Kimbal, Sam, and Chris Case Study

The Kimbal, Sam, and Chris case study focuses on couples counselling and teasing out who is entitled to access the clinical record and what they each have access to when two people are affected.

Facilitated by: Elizabeth Scarlett

Date: Thursday June 13, 2024 1:00PM - 2:30PM

Who can attend: OAMHP members and non members

Continuing education credits: 1.5

Writing Case Notes Workshop Registration 

This 2-hour participatory workshop is designed to complement the Record Keeping and Documentation self-directed online course, and is only open to registrants of that course. Participants will explore best practices in note-taking and documentation standards in Ontario. Those attending will be able to further process note-taking course material, and integrate their learning in a facilitated group-based setting. Participants will be invited to take part in experiential exercises, and to bring their own questions for in-depth discussion and engagement on fine-tuning documentation skills and ensuring satisfactory practices.

Date: Wednesday June 26, 2024 from 4:00pm - 6:00pm EST

Who can attend: OAMHP members and non members

Prerequisite: Record Keeping and Documentation for Mental Health Professionals

Continuing education credits: 3

Supervision: The Evolution of Practice  

Supervision: the Evolution of Practice is an online workshop series for mental health professionals engaged in or wishing to engage in a supervisory relationship, spanning all stages of career progression:

  • Clinical supervisors who are new to supervision - and those who have experience as supervisors
  • Students and supervisees who engage in or wish to engage in supervision
  • It brings together OAMHP members, non-members, and various stakeholders to build connection and that provides clear direction and best practices in clinical supervision.