Welcome to Solutions on Site

Solutions on Site delivers targeted training opportunities designed to complement and enhance the skill sets of social workers, therapists, psychologists, mental health care providers, child & youth workers,chaplains, front line providers and other professionals in Health, Socialand Human Services in London, Ontario.

Our expert speakers offer the strategies, solutions and techniques required by providers to meet the diverse needs of those they support. Questions?
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When All the Time You Have is Now: Narrative Practices in Single Session Therapy & Walk-In Sessions

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Speaker: Karen Young, MSW
Date: Monday March 9th, 2015
Location: London, ON

Narrative therapy ideas and practices provide therapists with ways of quickly engaging

people in deeply meaningful and useful conversations. The presenter will share discoveries made during her twelve years working at a walk-in clinic and providing brief therapy consultations.

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Healing Relational Wounds by Cultivating Self-Compassion & Mindfulness in Trauma, Attachment and Addictions

Speaker: Dr. Jon Caldwell, DO, Phd
Date: Thursday May 28th, 2015
Location: London, ON

Child maltreatment can profoundly influence human development, resulting in a variety of mental, emotional, and social challenges – including addictive disorders.  Attachment theory is a useful framework for understanding how early relational experiences can have such far-reaching effects.

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LEGO Based Social Skills Therapy Training Certification

Speaker: Dyan Eybergen, BA, RN, ACPI
Date: Monday April 20th, 2015
Location: London, ON

LEGO® -based social skills programs have been systematically evaluated in research studies and have shown that using LEGO® as a modality for group interaction is an effective way for children with social difficulties associated with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD or Adjustment Disorders to improve their social interaction and communication skills.

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Setting Up Shop: Starting and Maintaining a Private Psychotherapy Practice

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Speakers: Andrea Liss MSW, RSW and Trieneke Niemeyer, MSW, RSW
Date: April 24/25th 2015
Location: The Holiday Inn Express, 374 Dundas Street London, ON

This two-day workshop is intended for experienced clinicians who are considering opening a private psychotherapy practice or who are in private practice and would like support and ideas to enhance their practice experience.  Topics to be covered over the two days include your professional identity as a therapist, financial matters, documentation, working with third parties, and clinical supervision.

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The Modern Batterer & Meeting the Needs of Abused Women & Their Children Post-Separation

Speaker: Lundy Bancroft
Date: Wednesday May 13th, 2015
Location: London, ON

The tactics and justifications used by men who batter change with time and are influenced by cultural trends. Compared to abusers of twenty-five years ago, the modern batterer is much more likely to: 1) Use high-tech means of surveillance and control of his partner; 2) Use the child custody system as a tactic of continued cruelty and abuse to women and their children; 3) Present himself as a sensitive, caring, "gentle" man who is "in touch with his feelings" and/or is spiritual; 4) Misuse social system against his partner (such as by having her arrested, reporting her to CPS, and other tactics); 5) Exert his influence to skew public policy and research.

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Record Keeping & Note Taking:
 For Professionals in Health & Social Services

Speaker: Robert Solomon
Date:  Monday June 22nd, 2015
Location: Kingston, ON

Join SOS and  Robert Solomon in a practical and informative one day workshop that addresses the importance of good record keeping policies and practices for those working in the Health Care System and for professionals working in the field of Human and Social Services.

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Depression, Anxiety and Addictions from a New Perspective: The Myth of Normal

Speaker: Dr. Gabor Mate, MD
Date:  Monday September 28th, 2015 PLEASE NOTE DATE HAS CHANGED
Location: London, ON

For all our progress in understanding and treating mental illness, it continues to be a subject of misapprehension, prejudice and stigmatization. The reason for that may be not its strangeness but its familiarity. Very few individuals or families are not touched by at least some aspects of mental dysfunction, some periods of the discouragement, disconnect or anxiety that, on a deeper and more chronic level, characterizes the mind state of the mentally ill.

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