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CFCBT in the Community 

Janet Caryk gave a psychiatry rounds presentation at The Grey Nuns Hospital. Her talk was entitled "Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Related Disorders: Principles and Practice"

Department of Psychiatry,

Grey Nuns Hospital, Psychiatry Rounds

April 21, 2017

Dr. Joti Brar-Josan participated as a guest panel member for the Creating Welcoming Learning Communities webinar series. She presented her doctoral findings on facilitating a sense of belonging among refugee newcomers. This interactive webinar series is meant to meet the needs of educators in the field who are supporting the successful integration of refugee students into schools. 

U of A Faculty of Education

December 14, 2016

Janet Caryk talked about Fright Night on News Talk CHED 630

News Talk CHED 630

December 1, 2015

A story on Fright Night was featured in the Campus Alberta Newsletter.

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Campus Alberta Neuroscience

October 16, 2015

The Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provided a workshop on General Treatment Of Anxiety Disorders using a CBT model to the behavioral health consultant team.

Primary Care Network -

West Edmonton

June 15, 2015

The Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provided a workshop on General Treatment Of Anxiety Disorders using a CBT model to a number of staff members including the mental health team, dietician, pharmacist, and the chronic disease nurse.

Primary Care Network - St. Albert

March 31, 2015

The Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provided a workshop on General Treatment Of Anxiety Disorders using a CBT model to the behavioral health consultant team.

Primary Care Network - Edmonton Southside

February 6, 2015

Janet Caryk and Joti Brar-Josan had the privilege of guest lecturing for EDPY 532: Systems of Counselling (University of Alberta) on March 20, 2017. This course is offered to first year Masters students in the Department of Educational Psychology. The course objective is to introduce the major theories used in counselling. Janet Caryk and Joti Brar-Josan presented on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and provided information on the history of CBT, theory, application for anxiety disorders, and presented case examples. 

Department of Educational Psychology

March 20, 2017

Wendy Salvisberg, eating disorders specialist, from the Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provided a workshop on body image at the Strathcona Synatics Capital City Figures Meet. This interactive presentation provided swimmers with information on how to boost their own and others’ body image, the importance of body acceptance, and how to become more media literate.

Strathcona Synatics

Synchonized Swimming

November 28, 2016​​

Janet Caryk was interviewed by Danielle Smith from News Talk 770.

News Talk 770

October 23, 2015

The Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy was recently featured in the Edmonton Journal and Edmonton Sun as part of a piece on their Fright Night project.

Click here to see the Edmonton Sun Article

Click here to see the Edmonton Journal Article

Media Coverage on Fright Night 

October 16, 2015

The Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provided an introductory presentation on mood and anxiety disorders to two groups of junior high students. This interactive presentation oriented students to the prevalence, cause, and treatment of depression and anxiety disorders.

Sir George Simpson Health Day

May 6, 2015

The Centre for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy was fortunate to present to doctoral students enrolled in the Educational Psychology Child/Adolescent Therapy and Intervention course (EDPY 643). Students were provided with a 3 hour lecture on the CBT treatment model of Anxiety disorders. 

Department of Educational Psychology

February 12, 2015

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