CERTIFICATION IN COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTION for TICS (CBIT)
CBIT is a powerful front-line evidence-based tic management treatment designed to reduce tic severity. This training program will introduce suitably qualified licensed health care professions to the CBIT protocol (including elements of habit reversal training with psycho-education and function-based interventions) and supporting research.
The trainer is Douglas Woods, Ph.D., a leader in CBIT and Tourette Syndrome, and Dean of the Department of Psychology at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.
Who should attend? Physicians, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers and other allied health professionals licensed to practice independently and who have behavioural and clinical expertise.
- A full two-day workshop
- Training materials: Managing Tourette Syndrome: A Behaviural Intervention for Children and Adults Therapist Guide and workbook
- Support from our Canadian trainers;
- Dr. James Brazeau, C.Psych.
- Dr. Kim Edwards, C.Psych.
- Dr. Mariève Hurtubise, C.Psych.
- French/English phone consultations
- Breakfast and lunch
- Preferential hotel rates pre-arranged at the Best Western Plus, Ottawa
- Tourette Canada and Tourette Association of America Referral
- To obtain a Certificate of Completion, trainees must attend the entire two-day workshop and complete at least three mentoring phone consultations with the trainers about their specific
- American attendees are eligible for CE Credits
Date: May 6-7, 2017
Location: Royal Ottawa Hospital
1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON.
Cost: $750 CDN Approx. $600 US.
Registration deadline: April 7, 2017