Registrations cancelled 7 or more days prior to the workshop are refundable, minus a $50.00 administrative fee. Alternatively you may receive a credit to attend a future training. Cancellations less than 7 days prior to the workshop are non-refundable. If at anytime you are unable to attend, you are welcome to transfer your registration to another individual at no extra cost. In this case, please notify CTRI of the name of the alternate person who will be attending.
We reserve the right to cancel workshops due to unforeseen circumstances or under-enrolment. Liability is limited to a refund of workshop fees only. Please make travel arrangements with this in mind.
Register Early! To better facilitate group interaction, seating is limited to 60 participants in most workshops.
Children and unregistered guests are not permitted in the meeting rooms.
A spiral bound training manual and workshop certificate as well as morning and afternoon refreshments. Participants are on their own for lunch from noon to 1:00 PM.
You can register through our online option and pay now with a credit card or later by another method. If you still prefer to register via mail, print forms are available.
If concerns arise throughout your interaction with the CTRI office or our workshop please contact the CTRI office directly at 204-452-9199 or email@example.com.
Please contact the CTRI office directly at 204-452-9199 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any special needs or accommodations you may require to have a positive learning experience.
This workshop is approved for credit with Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, Canadian Professional Counsellors Association, Association of Social Work Boards, Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation and Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada.
Credit hours: A two day workshop earns 12 continuing education hours, a one day workshop earns 6 hours and a webinar earns 1 hour. A certificate will be awarded upon the completion of the workshop.
Depression is one of the most common mental health concerns and for some it can become overwhelming and at times paralyzing. Caregivers may feel unsure of where to begin when helping those who frequently feel depleted, helpless and ashamed of their struggles. This workshop introduces participants to a variety of effective strategies that can be used to help an individual who is struggling with depression make positive changes. Depression will be reviewed within the current social context and will include analyzing the impact of new social norms on depression. Participants will learn practical strategies to help engage the depressed person on two levels: changing the negative relationship within oneself and changing interpersonal dynamics that perpetuate depression.
This is an introductory-intermediate level workshop for social service and health care professionals, teachers, social workers and anyone wanting to gain tools to work with those who have depression.
Lecture, case study review, video and small group discussions.
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to: