Clinicians' Programs

We offer education and training for clinicians and mental health professionals, covering a variety of topics. Our staff can offer workshops on topics seen here or respond to your needs with customized workshops and seminars.


2SLGBTQIA+ Education & Training

Through our OK2BME program, we offer a variety of clinician professional development, education, and training services. Our staff provide interactive and engaging workshops on a host of 2SLGBTQIA+ related topics including:

  • 2SLGBTQIA+ 101 + 201
  • Trans and Non-Binary 101 + 201
  • Best Practices for GSA Creation and Growth
  • 2SLGBTQIA+ Training for School Educators and Administrators
  • Becoming a 2SLGBTQIA+ Inclusive Organization
  • Clinical Practice with Sexual Minority Youth (2SLGBQA+)
  • Clinical Practice with Gender Diverse Youth (Trans and Non-Binary+)
  • Clinical Practice and Relationship Diversity including Consensual Non-Monogamy
  • Supporting 2SLGBTQIA+ Children and Youth in your Family
  • 2SLGBTQIA+ Advocacy and Rights

We can tailor a training event to meet your needs.

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Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression and Cultural Competency Training

KW Counselling Services is committed to creating a community where all aspects of being human are celebrated and supported. We aim to enrich our community and profession by examining structures at a systems-level, as well as what we can do as individuals, and by providing training including how to support all people – of all ethnicities, genders, sexual/gender identities, relationship styles, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, abilities, and beliefs.

Our anti-racism, anti-oppression and cultural competency training seeks to provide clinicians with an insight into how people and cultures differ, how our social locations impact our experience in this world, and how we deliver our services. We explore complex concepts of cross-cultural communication and relationship development in an environment of empathy and unity.

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Clinical Supervision Training

KW Counselling Services offers training to clinical supervisors. The College of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario (CRPO) has clearly outlined the requirements for being a clinical supervisor in Ontario. Clinical supervisors are now required to have 30 hours of directed learning in supervision.

From the CRPO website: “As of, April 1, 2018. “The Registration Committee has approved the following criteria for demonstrating competence in providing clinical supervision: The supervisor must be a member in good standing of a regulatory college whose members may practise psychotherapy. The supervisor must have five years’ extensive clinical experience. The supervisor must meet CRPO’s “independent practice” requirement (completion of 1000 direct client contact hours and 150 hours of clinical supervision). The supervisor must have completed 30 hours of directed learning in providing clinical supervision. Directed learning can include course work, supervised practice as a clinical supervisor, individual/peer/group learning, and independent study that includes structured readings. The supervisor must provide a signed declaration that they understand CRPO’s definitions of clinical supervision, clinical supervisor, and the scope of practice of psychotherapy.”
KW Counselling Services can provide training in all four areas required by CRPO:

  • Course work
  • Supervised practice as a clinical supervisor
  • Individual/peer/group learning
  • Independent study that includes structured readings

If you are interested in more information regarding clinical supervision training with KW Counselling Services please contact our Director of Training, Veena Kaur, at 519-884-0000 ext 219 or email vkaur@kwcounselling.com

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