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BC Hosts the First Canadian Conference on Cognitive Remediation – BC Psychosis
Randall White and Susan Inman An audience of more than 200 people, including mental health professionals, family members and service users, gathered to hear local and visiting experts discuss cognitive remediation. The Bringing Cognitive Remediation to British Columbia conference on …
Webinar 18: British Columbia Schizophrenia Society – BCSS Service Locations
Looking for Help? BCSS Family Support Service Locations.These areas offer a friendly knowledgable person to call for information and support, support and education groups, and other services varying by region. Looking for local support? Call 604-1-888-888-0029 toll free anywhere in BC or 604-270-7841 (in the lower Mainland)
Webinar 32: Research on Cognitive Neuroscience of Schizophrenia Lab Participation
Todd S. Woodward, Ph.D Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UBC Functional Neuroimaging Cognitive Neuropsychiatry Participate We are always looking for people to participate in this research. Please email email@example.com or call 604-822-7312 if you would like more information and if you might want to get involved.
Webinar 28: The iMAS 7-day Trial
A 7-day trial of the iMAS, the internet version of the Motivation Assessment Scale
Webinar 23: Provincial Networking Group Inc.
Specializing in services for children and adults with disabilities and those who support them. Working with developmental disabilities, autism, FASD and behaviour disorders.
Webinar 23: Employment Supports Specialty
Do you want to help people with barriers find – and keep – meaningful employment? The Employment Supports Specialty Advanced Certificate gives you with a solid foundation in contemporary perspectives on disability in relation to vocational supports and services for youth at risk and people with disabilities, mental illness and other barriers to employment.
Webinar 23: Diversity World
You can still shop at the Diversity World online store for a great assortment of books, CDs and DVDs.
Supporting the Promotion of Activated Research and Knowledge (SPARK) Training Program
Did you know that it can take more than 10 years for evidence-based knowledge to be translated into best practice? Created by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), the SPARK Training Program helps participants apply techniques for moving evidence-informed research and knowledge in mental health, substance use, and addictions more quickly into practice.
Webinar 32: Metacognitive Training for Psychosis
Skip navigation available in 33 languages Welcome to the Metacognitive Training (MCT) for Psychosis. Metacognitive training for psychosis (MCT) is a novel cognitive approach for the treatment of positive symptoms in psychosis and schizophrenia, respectively.