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Upcoming Event for Therapists:

The Many Hearts of Psychotherapy Presents
“Hypnotherapy & Regression Therapy”

Presenter: Debbie Papadakis, RP, BCH

Co-sponsored by APTI and Adler,

As the upcoming series “The Many Hearts of Psychotherapy” – a forum for professional dialogue among the richly diverse psychotherapy training institutions in Ontario – we would like to invite your faculty and students to an evening with Debbie Papadakis on Friday, May 13 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at Adler, 890 Yonge St, 9th Floor, Toronto.

Debbie Papadakis is internationally recognized Registered Psychotherapist and Board Certified Hypnotherapist. She was featured in Oprah’s O Magazine and ‘O’s Big Book of Happiness. Debbie is a trainer, motivational speaker with over 18 years of professional experience. She is the founder and Director of Hypno Healing Institute since 1995. Her key principal, healing the body through the mind, is what makes her one of the most sought-after trainers and Hypnotherapists in the industry.

In her presentation she will be discussing, what is Hypnotherapy and the benefits, Regression Therapy and the benefits and mostly how to combine these modalities with Psychotherapy. Debbie will also demonstrate with a volunteer participant and if time permits, she will be conducting a mini group hypnosis session.
Come and enjoy this evening of collegial dialogue with an internationally recognized figure in the integrative psychotherapy field. Space is limited.
RSVP to psychotherapy@adler.ca.

What is The Many Hearts of Psychotherapy?
This monthly two-hour series will continue on the second Friday of each month. It is designed to fulfill three purposes:
1. To raise the standing and understanding of psychotherapy in the public eye. The public will be invited to attend at no charge, although everyone must register in advance because space is limited.
2. To promote cross-fertilization amongst APTI programs. Each APTI member school will be invited to present what they consider to be at the very heart of their modality in any way they choose – demonstration, audience participation, lecture, videos, etc. Each may promote their own psychotherapy program(s) as they see fit. Preference will be given to programs that are recognized by the College of Registered Psychotherapists (CRPO).
3. To fulfill CRPO competency requirement 1.3.2 “Recognize the range of psychotherapy practised within the province of Ontario” (see www.crpo.ca). For psychotherapists-in-training, APTI schools may choose to include attendance as part of their program, at their discretion. For more information, email president@adler.ca.


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