FREE 1 Hour Course: Meaning-Based Therapy

Presented by Carissa Muth, Psy.D., CCC, R.Psych

Live Streaming on July 10, 2024


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FREE one hour workshop!

This workshop will be live streaming to online participants on July 10, 2024 from 10:00am – 11:00am PT (Vancouver, BC)
Please adjust your start time according to your specific time zone. 

Please allow 3 – 5 business days after the course airs for recorded footage to become available.

What is it that makes life worth living?  This has been a question asked by philosophers since the beginning of time and continues to be asked in the offices of counsellors. For those struggling with depression, anxiety, addictions, these existential questions are at the core of the pursuit of recovery. We now know that the pursuit of happiness does not actually lead to happiness, but pursuit of a meaningful life does. As psychologist Rollo May states “There is no such thing as truth or reality for a living human being except as he participates in it, is conscious of it, has some relationship to it.” In this one-hour webinar, Dr. Carissa Muth will present a Meaning- Based therapeutic approach with specific CBT and Narrative Therapy based interventions to address underlying motivational factors such as considering the question, what makes life meaningful?

Dr. Carissa Muth is a registered psychologist in Alberta and British Columbia and the Clinical Director at the Sunshine Coast Health Centre and Georgia Strait Women’s Clinic.  She holds Doctorate of Psychology, Master of Arts in Counselling, and Bachelor of Social Work degrees and ran a private practice in Alberta for the last ten years. With over fifteen years of experiences in the mental health field, Dr. Muth has provided psychological assessments, therapeutic treatments and conducted research in the field of substance addictions and co-morbid psychological disorders. With both a passion for learning and teaching, Dr. Muth has presented her research and expertise across the country at a variety of mental health conferences.