Conférence virtuelle 2023 (mai 4-6, 2023) Halifax

13é conférence annuelle 
4-6 mai 2023 (Hybrid)

Thème :  Vers une TCC culturellement adaptée

(All conference sessions can be attended virtually or in-person at Dalhousie University, Halifax)

Séances du congrès

Dépliant de la conférence

Programme du congrès

Conference Program

Important Dates

Dates importantes

Tarifs pour les inscriptions hâtives - 15 avril 2023

Soumissions pour les affiches - 3 mars 2023

Application pour un prix étudiant pour le développement professionnel - 3 mars 2023

Annual General Meeting - 19 mai 2023 (1200-1330h ET)


Informations pour étudiants

Soumissions et Instructions pour les affiches

  • Notifications of acceptance will be on March 28, 2023
  • Completed posters must be submitted/uploaded by April 15, 2023 (instructions will be provided)

Poster Schedule and assigned numbers

Conférenciers invités


  • Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy, by Dr. Judith Beck (Featured Keynote);
  • The Dual Pandemic of COVID and Racism: Asian Canadian Experiences, by Dr. Nigel Lou;
  • From a Culture of Silence Toward a Culture of Inclusion: Destigmatizing Mental Illness Among Mental Health Providers, Researchers, and Trainees, by Dr. Sarah Victor


  • Engaging Clients in Collaborative Case Conceptualization, by Dr. Christine Padesky (Featured Workshop);
  • Healing Minority Stress Among the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Through CBT, by Dr. Taylor Hatchard;
  • Improving Your Socratic Dialogue Skills in the Treatment of PTSD, by Dr. Philippe Shnaider; and
  • Identity, Belonging, and Mental Health of Children and Adolescents from Ethnic/Religious Minorities, by Dr. Ghayda Hassan

Clinical Skills Trainings

  • Introducing Mikwendaagwad “It is Remembered” Sacred Circle CBT, by Charity Fleming, MSW
  • Adapting CBT for Children and Youth with Neurodevelopmental Disorders, by Dr. Marjory Phillips

Clinical Symposium

  • From a Colourblind Approach to Antiracist CBT, by Dr. Jude Mary Cénat and Dr. Angela Haeny 

Research Symposium

  • Personality-Targeted Interventions for Youth Substance Use: Adaptations for Differing Populations and Contexts, by Dr. Sherry Stewart

Crédits d'éducation (ÉC)

Des crédits CE seront disponibles pour de nombreux discours et ateliers.  L’ACTCC-CACBT est approuvée par la Société canadienne de psychologie afin d’offrir de la formation continue pour les psychologues. L’ACTCC-CACBT maintient la responsabilité pour la programmation.

Obtenir des crédits d'éducation continue (ÉC)

Exhibitions and Sponsorship

Exposants et commanditaires

Trousse de commandite

Commanditaires du congrès

Commanditaires du congrès et exposants



  • There will be opportunities to network both in person and virtually through the conference platform SwapCard (which will allow messaging and face-to-face meetings between attendees throughout the conference). Poster presenters can also upload brief videos of their presentations, allowing attendees to learn about their work either during the poster fair or at any point throughout the conference.
  • The poster session will be accompanied by a social event on Thursday, May 4.
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