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Recent webinars by Liz White, (Where Are We? Roadmaps to Ground Clients and Therapists in the Landscape of Change), Christina Becker (The Archetypal Foundation of Ethics In Psychotherapy), and Bonnie Miller (Developing Ethical Session Notes in Private Practice) are available online, as well as past professional development webinars. Please go to the Member’s Only section to download your information.

Many clinicians struggle with the issue of note taking in private practice. How much is too much? What constitutes too little? What are the risks and what are the uses of note taking in private practice?

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Articulate your purposes for making notes in session,
  • Understand the ethics involved in how you document your sessions, and
  • Develop a note-taking practice that fits with your therapeutic orientation.

  • Please note that pre-registration is mandatory. Registration can be made by calling the OSP office at 416-923-4050 or by e-mailing mail@psychotherapyontario.org no later than 10:30 am on Monday, May 12, 2014.

    The fee is $55.37 for non-members ($49 + $6.37 HST) per webinar.

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    The Ontario Society of Psychotherapists (OSP) represents over 300 members who provide service to more than 15,000 people each year across Ontario in private practice settings.

    We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our activities, code of ethics, membership categories, and news about psychotherapy in general. 

    If you are seeking psychotherapy, we would like to introduce you to our members through our Find a Therapist referral service.  Choosing a therapist from our membership will ensure that you will be working with a highly qualified professional who is committed to OSP's rigorous standards of practice and ethics