I believe strongly in continued professional development as part of best practice, and the maintenance of ethical standards. I attend regular supervision with several colleagues. Cases are presented with anonymity to other practitioners, and their opinions incorporated into  my treatment approach.

I attend a supervision group once a month as time permits through the Health Initiative for Men (HIM). In addition, i regularly review academic journals, and other sources to stay current on the latest treatments, and approaches.

In 2009, I attended the Evolution of Psychology conference in LA. I was privileged to see lectures by the late James Hillman, Judith Beck, and Depak Chopra. I took away a greater understanding of the human soul, new skills for anger management, and a deeper understanding of emotional process.  In 2011, I attended the NASAP (Adlerian Association) in Victoria. While there, i learned several skills linking brain function with behavior responses, the latest on insomnia research, and best techniques for couples communication.

Since 2011, I have been a member of the Jungian Society of Vancouver. I was fortunate to create a poster to commemorate my respect for the late James Hillman. View this poster on my home page. In 2011, I attended a workshop in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy conducted by Debbie Ellis. This workshop helped to refine my tools in this modality. In late 2012 I attended the Brief Therapy Conference in San Francisco. While in attendance i accumulated new skills of brief techniques for issues related to OCD, conflict in relationships, cultivating mindfulness, and the latest techniques in strength based cognitive behaviour therapy.

In my role as alumni with the Adler School of Professional Psychology i have the privledge of fascilitating workshops on Carl Jung and James Hillman. I have conducted these workshops since 2010. In my practice i continue to grow and learn with each client.

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