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A 7-Module Online Course

Use of Contemplative Creative

Approach in Psychotherapy

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We have to change the dates from Fall 2022 to Winter 2023, because of low registration for this course. Thank you for your understanding.


This is a virtual LIVE COURSE

Education Hours: 14

Instructor: Emma JM. Ates, DTATI, RP, RCAT, CCP
Location: Virtual Live Event on Zoom

Length of Access: One Year
Cost: $250 CAD + GST/HST included
​​**All prices are in CAD$.

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About the Course

This course is an introduction on the use of contemplative creative approach and practices in psychotherapy and clinical settings. This course is presented in a level by level fashion starting with theory, framework, and the 7 levels of the CCT model, psycho-education and experiential practices to train the embodied mind.

We will discuss assessment, treatment plan and case studies.

**Please fill out the form PRIOR TO REGISTRATION for the intended course.


*It is a recommended, but not mandatory, to have taken the course "Origins and Foundations of the Contemplative Creative Science" prior to taking this course.

Course Includes

  • 7 Live Session

  • 7 Video Modules

  • Course Reading List

  • Course References 

  • Letter of Completion

What you will learn

  • CCS framework, theory and CCT model of seven levels to train the embodied mind

  • You will be introduced to the Contemplative Creative Model 7 levels of training the mind.

  • You will learn and understand better each level, and how to apply meditation and contemplative creative practices in clinical settings.

  • You will learn on applications of the practices and with which population it has benefits.



Experienced service practitioners working with young adults, adults in individual therapy, couple and family therapy, and/or parent work, such as counsellors, social workers, social service workers, psychologists and other professionals providing some form of counselling. Helping professionals who have already been introduced to clinical meditations and the research to support it**, either through attending mindfulness-, compassion-based, acceptance-based protocols and therapies (such as MBSR, MBCT, DBT, ACT), or equivalent.

*No knowledge of artistic practice is needed to attend this course.

**If you have not taken training in meditation, we are not recommending this course to be taken at this time.Thank you for your understanding.

**THIS COURSE IS NOT a substitute for clinical professional and/or creative art therapies training. 

This CCA introductory course will be offered periodically throughout the year.

If you are interested in the upcoming training, please contact us at

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