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What’s the point of talking about my past in therapy anyway?

“Why do I have to talk about my past when I’m dealing with a present problem that is causing me so much pain and suffering? Can’t you just give me tools to help me get rid of these feelings so I can feel better?” Connecte clinical psychologist Dr. Krista Pratte walks us through what emotions...
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Supervision group for psychologists / psychotherapists (French group with bilingual discussion)

A clinical supervision group for psychologists and psychotherapists working with athletes and performers with eating disorders. 4 sessions. START: February 13 2023.
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L’image corporelle dans le traitement des troubles alimentaires: Le rôle du diététiste-nutritionniste (atelier francophone)

L’image corporelle dans le traitement des troubles alimentaires: le rôle des diététistes-nutritionnistes. PROCHAINE DATE: à venir
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Treatment of eating disorders in athletes: For Mental Health Professionals

This 1-day training for psychologists / psychotherapists/ mental health professionals will address the special considerations in treatment of eating disorders when working with athletes or athletic individuals. NEXT TRAINING: January 20, 2022
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Can Staying Home From School Help a Student?

School is where young people form relationships and learn lessons that will impact their futures but for children and teens in some situations, going to school can also be a major stressor. Can taking a break be a help or a hindrance to their well-being? Short answer: it depends. Dr. Sara Colalillo takes a look...
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The Kid You Have Versus The Kid You Expected

This is an intimate and beautiful observation from Connecte psychologist Dr. Simcha Samuel which speaks directly to the tender and complicated parental journey of discovery that happens between ourselves and our kids.
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What is my child’s behaviour telling me? The Circle of Security as a roadmap for understanding and meeting your child’s needs

Stéphanie Correia introduces us to The Circle Of Security, a great tool for parents and caregivers to better understand children's attachment needs as they navigate the world around them. Mapping the flow between a child's dual needs for independence and safety, this beautifully mindful approach helps parents find the sweet spots for responding to those...
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Renegotiating Personal Boundaries in a Post-COVID 19 World

Amy Gregory's insightful blog takes a look at the ways in which easing of restrictions after the long period of enforced Covid-19 related social regulation had many of us struggling to rewrite, or even to remember, how to negotiate and maintain personal boundaries for ourselves.
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What is gender-affirming care? Some suggestions for practitioners and allies

More-than-a-blog, Dr Lisa Linardatos offers us an informative, groundbreaking and comprehensive compendium of guidelines and resources created to support therapists' endeavours to ensure the best support for transgender and gender nonconforming individuals.
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What Makes us Laugh (When We Feel Like Crying)? Cultivating Safeness with Compassion Focused Therapy

In her thoughtful and reflective blog, Dr. Leanne D. Rondeau looks through the compassionate lens at the connection between laughter and our emotional healing, health and well-being.
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