Clinical Supervision and Collaborative Therapy Training Series
At Concordia Counselling we strive to build a community of professionals who provide the best possible service to their clients. We believe in empowering other clinicians to work ethically and effectively through the provision of clinical supervision. Our experienced therapists create a supportive environment where clinicans can seek guidance, resources and a place to consult about their work. We provide supervision in both individual and group settings. Additionally we provide ongoing training on relevant and useful topics that therapists may encounter in their work.
Concordia Counselling Services is pleased to announce our: Collaborative Therapy Training Series
A series of workshops geared towards counselling professionals.
Inviting Diversity Into Therapeutic Practice will take place on Monday, April 23, 2012 from 6:30-9:00pm at our Vancouver office, 7th floor - 999 West Broadway.
This presentation will provide counsellors/therapists and social service providers a basic understanding of the barriers transgendered people face in accessing services, and how we might become better able to ally with and support trans/gender variant clients while incorporating trans-inclusiveness into our practices.
Our guests are Gwen Haworth and Alex Mah. Gwen is a queer trans filmmaker born and raised in Greater Vancouver. She is currently working as an educator with Vancouver Coastal Health, facilitating workshops on LGBTQ2S inclusion and policy implementation. Alex is a mixed race transperson who has worked in social and environmental justice movements for ten years in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories. He is currently working as a support worker at Raincity Housing and Support Services in their cold weather shelter programs, and as a front line worker at the BC Compassion Club Society.
The cost of the workshop is $40 + HST and registration will close on Friday, April 13th. Please contact us by email or phone 778.331.0965 to register.