10 Best-Ever Proven and Effective Interventions for Reducing Depression with Children and Adolescents

Attend More and Save! | Mix & Match to Create a Customized Virtual Conference Experience

Presented by Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D.

The Virtual Canadian School-Focused Mental Health Conference | Airing November 18, 2020

$135.00

3 Hours  |  Pending CEU Approval

Description

There is no question that an epidemic of depression is affecting our youth – even before the current viral epidemic. Those children more at risk for depression by genetics, sexual identity concerns, neuroatypical conditions, or other mismatches between culture and themselves are more affected by the rising tide of social media. They face pressure to demonstrate their worth by being ‘relevant’ online and feel (legitimately) judged in the world that records and publishes their mistakes more than their successes. While typical signs of depression (worthlessness and inadequacy) are evident they may come disguised as anger, obsession with appearance or persistent boredom.

In this 3-hour session, Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg will outline 10 interventions that can lighten the burden of depression. The material is useful to clinicians, teachers or even any adult who can be available to the child or adolescent during those moments when their self-talk is dragging them down or their protective isolation prevents connecting with others who can encourage them. We will use case examples and discussion to identify ways to find the triggers for depression, stop the slide to despair, intervene in circular thinking and negative neural networks, and increase cognitive flexibility, among other aspects of reducing depression.


Virtual Conference Format

  • 6 Internationally Renown Experts
  • 12, 3 Hour online courses
  • 3 CEU’s Per Course
  • Mix & Match to Create a Customized Virtual Conference Experience

Pricing

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Attend 2, 3 Hour Courses and Save $21.00

Attend 4, 3 Hour Courses and Save $91.00

Attend 6, 3 Hour Courses and Save $171.00

Fees are per person, seat sharing is not allowed. Please respect this policy, failure to comply will result in termination of access without a refund. Groups do not need to attend the same courses to qualify for the group rate, each group member must attend a minimum of 6 courses. For group rates please contact webinars@jackhirose.com


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  1. Risks for depression
    1. Social media and culture
    2. Aversive experiences
    3. Neuroatypical conditions
  2. Identifying depression at different ages
    1. Symptom presentation
    2. Masked by defiance, boredom, etc.
  3. The adolescent mind
    1. Increased need for peer engagement factors in
    2. Neural networks and impact of cognitive style
  4. The language of depression and recovery
    1. Learn emotion words for processing
    2. Change absolutist language
    3. Develop cognitive flexibility, especially in explanatory style
  5. Identify and utilize rewards to improve energy
    1. Limit time on tasks and intersperse rewards
    2. Change catastrophic interpretations
  6. Improve connection to positive emotions and experiences
    1. Learn to attend to positive experiences
    2. Focus on gratitude, visual and written reminders
  1. Apply immediate corrections for circular, negative or pessimistic thoughts
  2. Moderate emotional intensity with changes in explanatory style and use of catastrophic/absolutist language
  3. Utilize the principle of neural networking to reverse the downward spiral of depressive cognition

Education and Clinical Professionals: All education and mental health or healthcare professionals who work with children or youth including, but not limited to K–12 Classroom Teachers, School Counsellors, Learning Assistance/Resource Teachers, School Administrators, School Paraprofessionals including Special Education Assistants, Classroom Assistants and Childcare Workers • All other professionals who support behavioural challenges and complex learning needs including but not limited to: Nurses, Social Workers, Psychologists, Clinical Counsellors, Family Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Addiction Counsellors, Youth Workers, Mental Health Workers, Probation Officers and Community Police Officers.

Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist, author, and international trainer. She is a practicing psychotherapist and coaches professionals for anxiety management. Margaret has been a trainer of therapists for 25 years, and she is a sought-after speaker for continuing education seminars, consistently getting the highest ratings from participants for her dynamic style and high-quality content.

She has written articles for the award-winning Psychotherapy Networker magazine and she blogs on depression for Psychology Today. Audio and DVD versions of her trainings are available for obtaining CEU’s. She has written 9 books on topics of anxiety and depression published by W.W. Norton, and a workbook, Stress Solutions, published by PESI. The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques and its accompanying workbook, consistent best-sellers, were released in revised editions in 2018. Her upcoming book, The New Face of Anxiety: Managing Anxiety, Grief and Loss in a Post-Pandemic World, will be released by W.W.Norton late in 2020.

RegistrationEarly bird FeeRegular Fee
Individual Enrollment
1 Course Enrollment $135.00N/A
2 Course Enrollment$249.00N/A
4 Course Enrollment$449.00N/A
6 Course Enrollment$649.00N/A
Full-Time Student Rates
2 Course Enrollment$199.00N/A
4 Course Enrollment$359.00N/A
6 Course Enrollment$519.00N/A
Group 3 - 7 Rates
2 Course Enrollment$229.00N/A
4 Course Enrollment$429.00N/A
6 Course Enrollment$629.00N/A
Group 8 - 14 Rates
2 Course Enrollment$209.00N/A
4 Course Enrollment$409.00N/A
6 Course Enrollment$609.00N/A
Group 15+ Rates
2 Course Enrollment$189.00N/A
4 Course Enrollment$389.00N/A
6 Course Enrollment$589.00N/A

All fees are in Canadian dollars ($CAD).

For group and/or student rates please view our Terms & Conditions and contact webinars@jackhirose.com for more information and registration.

  • Canadian Psychological Association
    The Alberta College of Social Workers (ACSW) and the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Social Workers (NLASW) accept CPA-approved continuing education credits