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Paper presentation entitled "It Works in Practice, Does it Work in Theory? Development and Implementation of School-Based Mental Health Services with Muslim Clientele."
The presenters will describe the development and implementation of a school-based mental health service in three K-9 schools populated by Muslim students. We will highlight the fast-paced, politically sensitive environment ...
Solution Focused Brief Therapy with Children and Youth: Creative Settings, Strategies and Techniques
In this discussion, participants will describe and discuss innovations in SFT with children and adolescents. After a conceptual overview, participants will be asked to contribute their creative ideas. These could include: ...
Whole-School Mental Health Programming: Concentric Collaborative Conversations
This workshop will describe the development and operation of the Wellness Empowerment Program (WEP), and a mental health capacity building project, funded by Alberta Health Services, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and operating ...
The InterSSCT Model: Systemic Cross-Cultural School-Based Mental Health Programming
This paper describes the InterSSCT (“intersect”) approach to the delivery of school-based counselling services. The InterSSCT approach is a transcultural, transtheoretical, systemic heuristic to assess needs, plan, execute, ...
The Contextual-Functional Meta-Framework: Developing Your Unique Approach to Clinical Supervision
In this workshop, participants will learn the six components of the Contextual-Functional Meta-Framework (CFM) for Clinical Supervision, and the nine roles of supervision. Participants will use the CFM in articulating and ...
Two School-Based Mental Health Services: One Systemic Approach
This presentation focuses on the development, operation, and evolution of two school-based, mental health consultation services operating in private and charter schools in Calgary, AB, Canada. First, I describe the ...