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Event Name

The Vancouver CBT & DBT Clinical Skills Conference
Conference
Intended Audience: General Public, Professionals
Provided by: Jack Hirose and Associates

Date and Time

Wed May 25 to Fri May 27, 2016 (This event is over)
8:30 - 4:00pm

Location

950 W 41st Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V6Z 2N7

Event Description

Speakers:
Lynn Miller, Ph.D.
Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.
Sheri Van Dijk, MSW, RSW
Randy Patterson, Ph.D.
Lane Pederson, Psy.D.
Eboni Webb, Psy.D.

Dear Colleague,

I am pleased to announce the Vancouver CBT + DBT Clinical Skills Conference will be hosted in Vancouver, BC on May 25, 26 and 27, 2016. Jack Hirose and Associates would like to extend a warm welcome!

Over the past five years, our conferences have trained over 2,500 mental health and education professionals. We value your feedback and have incorporated your ideas in order to assemble North America’s leading experts, who will provide practical, useful and cutting-edge keynotes and workshops.

It is my hope that this conference will allow you to catch up with your fellow clinicians, acquire new skills, learn new techniques and rejuvenate your passion for this field of work. I am confident that this conference will meet, or exceed, your high expectations. Please mark this event on your calendar, and I look forward to seeing you in Vancouver.

Kind Regards,

Jack Hirose, MA.

Jack Hirose and Associates Inc.

More Info

604-924-0296

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This event is listed under these topics

Social Skills and Life Skills
Parents, Families & Caregivers
Self-harm including Self-cutting
Mental Health in General
Educators
Primary Care (e.g. Family physicians, paediatricians, nurse practitioners)
Professionals
Last modified Jan 8, 2016 10:55pm
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