Like so many events around the world, Shalem’s trainings and workshops have had to be rescheduled or moved online. From our signature series Attachment Conference that sees several hundred people attending, to our small group WrapAround trainings—all have had to be changed in some way. Read on to find out the information you need to know about new dates and new formats.
Shalem has hosted a regular series of attachment-themed conferences with leaders in the field that have drawn hundreds of people to each one. This year, Dr. Dan Siegel was scheduled as the keynote speaker for the Attachment, Trauma and Psychotherapy: Neural Integration as a Pathway to Resilience and Well-Being event at Hamilton’s LIUNA Station on May 26th.
After considering options for turning it into an on-line event, Shalem recognized that the value of coming together and hearing Dr. Siegel in person, and sought to preserve this. We are pleased to announce that the event has been rescheduled to Wednesday April 7, 2021. Participants can transfer their registration to the new date, or request a refund as needed. Registration is now re-opened on our website.
Also affected is the Clinical Supervision Course we had planned to offer this spring. Because of the interactive and experiential nature of the training, it was also deemed important to preserve as an in-person learning for all or part of the course, resulting in it being rescheduled.
The Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision course will now be running in the fall on two weekends: October 31 & November 1, and November 14 & 15, 2020. For more information and to register, you can check out this link.
Shalem has a number of other trainings and workshops coming up, including Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) Level 1 rescheduled from March, which is now scheduled for June 2020. Options are currently being considered for presenting this training online. Please check the training information page on our website for updates on this course as the details are finalized.
Other trainings and workshops are also being adjusted. Shalem’s WrapAround program recently offered its most recent training online. Shalem’s Restorative Practice program is also offering online trainings and supports, including this invitation for virtual FaithCARE training and support for churches and leaders.
Keep an eye on Shalem’s Events and Workshops pages for updates about these and additional trainings booked for the fall. And don’t hesitate to email or call the office at 905-528-0353 for more information during this time of change!
Susan Winter Fledderus is a Clinical Therapist with Shalem Mental Health Network