Presented by Caroline Elson M.Ed, RP, CCC-S

Caroline Elson is a dynamic and compassionate psychotherapist, facilitator, educator and supervisor with over 15 years’ experience focused on concurrent disorder and holistic approach to client care. She is a clinical consultant in the Ottawa area, has a small private practice and teaches at Saint Paul University.

Workshop summary:

Join us for a day of learning to access, conceptualize and treat clients with an integrated model of mental health and addictions work. Theories of learning will draw from Trauma informed care, Stages of Change, Transpersonal and Motivational Interviewing. Specific Addiction tools and resources will be explored in this experiential workshop.  Included in the workshop will be 3 primary learning goals:  review of models of conceptualizing Concurrent disorders; increasing comfort in accessing problematic patterns of coping; ways of integrating addiction specific resources into treatment model.

DATE:                        November 7, 2020

LOCATION:              A Zoom link will be provided with the registration confirmation email.

TIME:                         9:00 AM to 4:00 PM EDT

CECs :                       6 CECs


  • Deadline for cancellation with full refund is October 30th, 2020 at midnight.
  • Cancellations made after this date will receive a credit for the full amount paid to be used only for future full-day workshops offered by the NCR Chapter during the 2020-2021 Speaker Series
  • Any credits not used during the 2020-2021 Speaker Series will be forfeited
  • This cancellation policy is established to ensure that costs incurred for each registrant are covered for the respective year of Speaker Series


  • Students: 40$
  • NCR members: 85$
  • CCPA members 90$ (non NCR members)
  • Non-CCPA attendees: 100$

If you are a NCR Chapter member, please contact Khaled at to get your member discount!

NCR Chapter - Conceptualizing and treatment for concurrent disorders: seeing the whole client

  • Saturday Nov 07 2020, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM