'Conversations on Group Leadership' sponsored by the
Toronto Institute of Group Studies
Dr. Stephane Treyvaud ,
Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 1:00 pm
No Registration Fee - Spaces are limited
Please register by January 21st
Welcome to the conversation sponsored by the Toronto Institute of Group Studies. Consistent with our overarching goal of fostering effective group leadership, these conversations offer the opportunity to learn from a diverse group of established leaders in the field of group practice.
Our intention is to explore their development and evolution as group leaders through conversation about the values, theoretical frameworks, mentors, influences, environments and histories that have helped shaped their practice and guide them in their work.
In this conversation we are delighted to welcome Dr. Stephane Treyvaud.
Stephane's private psychiatric and psychotherapy practice spans over 30 years and is informed by the awareness of the importance of mind/body medicine. He offers mindfulness meditation training through introductory and advanced meditation programs, retreats and individual sessions. He founded the Mindfulness Centre in Oakville 20 years ago where he has developed a unique approach to mindfulness called Dynamic Mindfulness. He offers intensive training programs and has published an extensive manual entitled Stress Reduction Through Dynamic Mindfulness based on his learning and his own meditation experience spanning more than 40 years

His medical training includes specializations in Mind/Body Medicine, Psychoanalysis, Jungian Psychology, Existential Psychotherapy, Developmental Psychology, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Interpersonal Neurobiology and sensorimotor psychotherapy. With Northrop Frye he studied matters of the imagination and spirituality.

He is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the equivalent College in Switzerland (FMH). He was a full member of the Canadian Group Psychotherapy Association. He was also a member of the medical advisory board of the Improving the Life of Children Foundation, bringing his expertise in mindfulness to the development of a treatment program for children with chronic pain.

The Toronto Institute of Group Studies offers training and consultation to practitioners wanting to improve their group leadership skills
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