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Jody Lambert, MMFT, RCC, CCC


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Jody is a Marriage & Family Therapist and Behaviour Analyst with over 13 years experience in the social services field. Designated as a Registered Marriage & Family Therapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor, as well as a Registered Clinical Counsellor in the province of BC. In addition to training with CTRI, she has a private practice where she supports individuals, couples, and families impacted by mental health and developmental disabilities. Jody approaches her work through a strength-based and systemic lens. She believes in the gifts of vulnerability, courage, and resiliency as tools for change. Jody is an authentic and enthusiastic facilitator who believes in learning through connection, stories, and humour. Her non-judgmental and engaging facilitation style gives participants space to learn and grow while taking in practical strategies.

Read blogs written by Jody here.

April 2020

Addictions and Mental Illness

Working with Co-occurring Disorders

CANCELLED - Due to Covid-19 this workshop has been cancelled.

Apr 15, 2020 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Price: $ 249.00 (regular rate)
Photo of depressed person looking out window for Addictions and Mental Illness workshop

Due to Covid-19 this workshop has been cancelled.

Many people who struggle with mental illness also struggle with an addiction. Recovery from both of these issues is complicated because they affect each other and are intertwined. Helpers may often be at a loss for where to start – did the addiction cause the mental illness, did the mental illness cause the addiction, or is there something else leading to both?

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Addictions and Mental Illness

Working with Co-occurring Disorders

CANCELLED - Due to Covid-19 this workshop has been cancelled.

Apr 17, 2020 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Price: $ 249.00 (regular rate)
Photo of depressed person looking out window for Addictions and Mental Illness workshop

Due to Covid-19 this workshop has been cancelled.

Many people who struggle with mental illness also struggle with an addiction. Recovery from both of these issues is complicated because they affect each other and are intertwined. Helpers may often be at a loss for where to start – did the addiction cause the mental illness, did the mental illness cause the addiction, or is there something else leading to both?

Learn more...
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