If you have a passion to help and empower people in vulnerable situations, CCCS has the programs to provide the skills and competencies to realize your mission.
Aboriginal Focusing-Oriented Therapy (AFOT) Conference
July 15-16, 2016
Early Bird/Group Price:
Course code: SEVE-1003
AFOT wins Program of Excellence Award at JIBC
AFOT is built on an immersive/competency-based spiral model. The program emphasizes both knowledge and application through classroom instruction, clinical practice and clinical supervision/observation. Learn more about AFOT.
Innovative Strategies for K-12 Teachers
Although the courses have been developed specifically for the Commissioner for Teacher Regulation and deal with topics of interest to most teachers, they are available as part of the general course offerings at JIBC and are open to the public. Learn more about Innovative Strategies for K-12 Teachers.
JIBC Centre for Counselling and Community Safety
Be the one:
who listens and counsels
who intervenes safely
who strengthens community
Through JIBC's Centre for Counselling and Community Safety, practitioners gain the essential skills to protect, support and empower children, youth, adults, families and communities. The Centre's practical and relevant training is designed for working professionals, including directors, managers, front line staff and supervisors in counselling and community safety roles.
JIBC offers leading-edge programs for counsellors and therapists that assist individuals, employees and families coping with a wide range of challenges that include Aboriginal trauma, critical incident stress, complex trauma, substance use, and child sexual abuse.
Whether taking a single course or an entire program, you will learn proven techniques and strategies essential to healing people affected by traumatic life situations.
All courses and certificates are available for customized / contract training and development.
Now Available for Purchase!
Balancing Conflicting Interests: A Counsellor's Guide to the Legal Process,Third Edition
by Maureen McEvoy
This guide explores the clinical and ethical dilemmas counsellors face in their increasing involvement with the legal system, and suggests ideas for resolving them. This 3rd edition covers all the of the recent changes to BC's new Family Law Act, plus implications of social media for counsellors. In addition, topics covered in previous editions such as informed consent, confidentiality, questions of privilege, obligations to report, clinical assessments, guidelines for record-keeping, and concerns related to court appearance are updated.
Order your copy of Balancing Conflicting Interests: A Counsellor's Guide to the Legal Process, Third Edition ($85 plus GST)
Last updated June 14, 2016