CTRA is committed to providing our members quality continuing education that supports member professional development. These webinars being released for ceu’s have a fee associated as they are paid recordings created at the CTRA 2019 conference. Webinar pricing is inclusive of the ceu verification letter.

All webinars within the Series have been CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC until December 31, 2021!

CEU Reminder:
60 min = .1 ceu, 90 min = .15 ceu

Pricing Information:

Member Pricing:
1 Webinar –   $25
3 Webinars – $60
5 Webinars – $100

Non-Member Pricing:
1 Webinar –   $30
3 Webinars – $75
5 Webinars – $125

Student Member Pricing:
1 Webinar –   $15
3 Webinars – $35
5 Webinars – $60

Student Non-Member Pricing:
1 Webinar –   $20
3 Webinars – $45
5 Webinars – $75

Presented by: Tanea Gonclaves-Forward

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 60 mins

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This session is intended for students, new CTRA members or someone who wants to know more about the Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association and our organizations history. Session content will include an overview of the vision, mission, code of ethics, and the benefits of being a member of CTRA. We will also discuss trends in TR across Canada, and CTRA’s current activities.

Learning Outcomes:
1) Each participant will be able to define and describe CTRA’s vision, mission, and philosophy.
2) Each participant will be able to describe 3 benefits to obtaining a discounted membership with CTRA.
3) Each participant will be able to state 4 trends that are occurring in TR across Canada.
4) Each participant will be able to identify 3 primary activities CTRA has been working on to date.

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Presented by: Lauren Cripps, PhD(c)., CTRS and Colleen Hood PhD, CTRS, RP

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 90 mins

Evidence informed practice describes the process of using information about client needs, existing research and theory, and clinical expertise in the development of interventions. This particular style of creating effective and meaningful interventions sets the stage for program evaluation and efficacy research. This session will provide an overview of the process of developing evidence informed interventions and will describe how this process was used to translate a program designed for adults with mental health issues (Be Your Best Self) into an intervention suited for youth with mental health issues.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Upon completion of this session, each participant will be able to identify the three primary stake holders in the program design process.
2. Upon completion of this session, each participant will be able to identify at least 3 strategies for translating programs into a new population.

3. Upon completion of the session, each participant will be able to identify the intersection between evidenced-based practice, evidence-informed program design and best practice in Therapeutic Recreation.

CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

Presented by: Darla Fortune, Erica Botner

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 90 mins

Social Prescribing describes the process of physicians and other healthcare providers referring patients to a range of non-clinical programs, services and events in their local community that are intended to improve patients’ health and wellbeing. Dubbed “adding meaning to medicine”, social prescribing may lead to referrals to voluntary work agencies, museums, social clubs, hobby and sports clubs, nature conservation areas, book groups, art and dance classes – just to name a few. Social prescriptions are associated with a range of benefits including enhanced self-esteem, improved mood, opportunities for social contact, and increased self-efficacy. Given the clear connection between social prescribing and therapeutic recreation (TR) practice, we believe it is essential to start conversations within the TR field about the implications of social prescribing. This purpose of this panel discussion is to explore the relationship between TR and social prescribing by considering both the possibilities and challenges associated with this growing movement.

Learning Outcomes:
1. To be able to identity at least 2 connections between social prescribing and TR practice
2. To identify at least 2 benefits associated with social prescribing
3. To be able to identify at least 2 challenges associated with social prescribing

CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

 

Presented by: Melissa Zahl

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 60 mins

The use of alternative or complementary treatment options to pain management has become a necessary intervention when treating pain among individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). This session will review the types of pain individuals with SCI experience as well as non-pharmacologic evidence-based practices that recreational therapists could employ to reduce pain and increase quality of life among individuals with SCI.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Identify the different types of pain individual with SCI experience
2. Identify the importance of physical activity as a non-pharmacologic intervention to treat pain
3. Identify at least 2 modifications for recreational therapy facilitated treatment.

CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

 

Presented by: Rhonda Nelson, Ph.D., MTRS, CTRS, MT-BC, FDRT

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 60 mins

Journaling is the process of using personal reflections and descriptions of experiences in order to document them, reflect, and ultimately facilitate personal growth. While journaling has historically been done in writing, the use of video for journaling is a relatively new approach. Film and video are used extensively in today’s society and are increasingly accessible. Additionally, some advantages have been identified in the use of video over the written word. This session provides an overview of video journaling, and summarizes a research study that introduced a video journaling program as a part of recreational therapy services for adults receiving residential treatment for a substance use disorder. Resources and guidelines to implement a video journaling program in diverse settings will also be provided.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Identify possible ways that video journaling can be utilized in a recreational therapy program.
2. Describe the resources needed to implement video journaling sessions in a treatment setting.
3. Identify 4 standardized assessment tools that can be utilized to measure outcomes of RT video journaling interventions.

CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

 

Presented by: Lynn Anderson, PhD, CTRS

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 90 mins

Joie de vivre – joy of living, zest, exuberance, savoring, happiness – is an aspiration we all have for our daily lives and in our quest for well-being. Leisure plays a central role in well-being and is at the heart of the profession of therapeutic recreation. In this session, we will explore the strengths approach in therapeutic recreation, as articulated through the Flourishing through Leisure Model: An Ecological Extension of the Leisure and Well-Being Model and the Upward Spiral Theory of Lifestyle Change, as a framework for why and how leisure can drive sustained positive lifestyle change, well-being, and joy. When recreation therapists design services around the person’s unique strengths, goals, aspirations, and dreams instead of a person’s disability or deficits, we will help others discover “joie de vivre!”

Learning Outcomes:
1. Participants will be able to identify at least 3 differences between the strengths versus the deficits approach to service provision.
2. Participants will identify 2 important ways that leisure, joy, and positive emotion can drive an upward spiral toward health and well-being with participants.
3. Participants will identify the 6 major domains of the Flourishing through Leisure Model: An Ecological Extension of the Leisure and Well-Being Model as implemented in recreation therapy practice.

CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

 

Presented by: Emily Glossop, BHs, Todd Nicholson, MSC

This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC

Length: 60 mins

Emily Glossop and Todd Nicholson each are extremely powerful individuals both nationally and internationally. Together, they continue to push the limits of teamwork, overcoming obstacles, striving to succeed with the goals you set for yourself, as a group or organization. They are both a true representation that you should “Never Give up on Your Dreams”. Their presentation will leave you wanting to do more for yourself and your community. They will share some lessons learned on how to overcome those obstacles that are put in front of you.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Participants will gain an understanding of the world of ParaSport through the eyes of two winter athletes who held unique roles on their respective teams.
2. Participants will gain knowledge on the concept of facing obstacles and overcoming barriers through the exploration of resilience and what it takes to be resilient in the moment and in the long term.
3. Participants will be able to identify and challenge their individual and collective goals and learn how teamwork, hard work and dedication can lead an individual and/or an organization to reach their true potential.

CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

 

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