Resources for Therapists

To build your competencies and expand your PD section on your CV, below are some possible training options (offered with no guarantees; use your discretion)

  • Jack Hirose and Associates Inc.

    Offers training opportunities, workshops, and webinars for health professionals in Canada, including Alberta. 

  • National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioural Medicine

    Offers online educational programs suitable for health and mental health professionals to use in their work.

  • Solution Talk

    Offers training and practice of Solution Focused Brief Therapy. Courses are online, providing printable teaching aids, video examples, and discussion forums.

  • ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership and Workplace Performance

    Offers workshops and resource materials in the areas of leadership, conflict and communication.

  • Centre for Expressive Therapy

    Offers training for health care professionals in a setting that reflects and supports Holistic Expressive Therapy.

  • Psychotherapy Networker

    This is an educational organization that offers practical guidance, creative inspiration, and community support to therapists.

  • Developmental Resources

    Features education events for educators and professionals, in the areas of school discipline, teaching, bullying, and more.

  • Canadian Red Cross

    Psychological first aid training courses offered by the Canadian Red Cross. The course teaches people how to help those experiencing loss, grief and stress, and also self-care.

  • Inner Health Studio

    Features coping skills and relaxation resources. Offers relaxation techniques that can help to relax, understand and reduce symptoms of anxiety and stress. 

  • Crisis and Trauma Resource Institute

    Offers culturally sensitive and trauma informed professional development training. Holds a free webinar every month.

  • Alberta Health Services

    Offers online continuing professional development for clinicians and professionals in Alberta. Focuses on current issues in child and adolescent mental health.

  • Practicing Mindfulness

    This site aims to help you learn mindfulness in all aspects of everyday life. Features an e-book about instant mindfulness, and offers a series of mini-courses.

  • Teachers Pay Teachers

    Offers resources, knowledge, and inspiration teachers need to teach at their best. Offers more than 3 million free and paid resources created by educators.

  • S.A.F.E. Alternatives

    Nationally recognized treatment approach, professional network, and educational resource base, committed to helping people achieve an end to self-injurious behavior.

  • Mind: A-Z Mental Health

    Provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Offers an A-Z list on mental health information and support resources.

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