News and Events
The PPRNet hosted a Café Scientifique entitled "Analyze This: Psychotherapy in the 21st Century" on Monday, April 14th, 2014 at The Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre (home of the Great Canadian Theatre Company). Our Café featured 3 expert panelists: Dr. John Hunsley, Dr. Louise Balfour, and Christine Flammer, Executive Director of Hopewell Eating Disorder Support Centre. We had a terrific turn out to this event, with over 80 participants from the general public and professional community. Dr. John Hunsley spoke about the efficacy of psychotherapy, Dr. Louise Balfour spoke about what happens during psychotherapy, and Christine Flammer spoke about patients’ and families’ perspectives.
Download What Clinicians Want: Findings for a Psychotherapy Practice Research Network Survey (420 KB) – published in Psychotherapy.
Download Newsletter article about PPRNet (1.20 MB) in the GP Psychotherapist.
Download Challenges and Barriers to Translating Psychotherapy Research into Clinical Practice (118 KB) – published in Canadian Psychology.
Christine Flammer, Executive Director of Hopewell Eating Disorder Support Centre speaks about patients' and families' perspectivese at PPRNet's Café Scientifique.
Dr. John Hunsley speaks about the efficacy of psychotherapy at PPRNet's Café Scientifique.
Dr. Louise Balfour speaks about what happens during psychotherapy at PPRNet's Café Scientifique.
One Case, Two Formulations: Psychodynamic and CBT Perspectives. Dr. Giorgio Tasca presents a psychotherapy case. Dr. Joan Meitin provides a case formulation from a psychodynamic perspective. Dr. Jeanne Talbot provides a case formulation from a CBT perspective. University of Ottawa, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, April 23, 2013.
Practice Based Psychotherapy Research. Public Lecture Presented by Dr. Tasca at the University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, April 18, 2012.