What’s New

UPCOMING WORKSHOP: THE WISDOM OF THE BODY

Call us today to join our new workshop, The Wisdom of the Body: Transforming Stuck Patterns into Vitality and Choice with Laura Montgomery MSW, RSW.  Learn simple and effective skills from Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, a body-based talk therapy that effectively works to turn stress, disconnection and reactivity into clarity, calm and connection. 

Join us on Saturday, June 16th 10:00 am – 12:00 pm At Alyson Jones & Associates. 2419 Bellevue Ave, West Vancouver 

Rates

  • Early bird rate: $50.00 per person.
  • After May 31st: $60.00 per person.

To register please call us at 604-926-6665 or register in person at the office. 

Please note space is limited and pre-registration is required and recommended.

All welcome and no previous experience required. 

The West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce – 2018 Excellence Awards

Excellence Awards 2018 – Presented by Mercedes Benz North Vancouver

Alyson Jones & Associates has been nominated for Best Medium Business of the Year for the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce Excellence Awards 2018.

Awards to be presented at the Business Excellence Awards Gala in West Vancouver at Hollyburn Club on April 25, 2018.

To find out more information about the gala or purchase tickets for the gale, learn more here:  https://westvanchamber.com/event/excellence-awards-2018/

The International Association of Counselling Conference in Rome, Italy with Alyson Jones 

Alyson is thrilled to be speaking to an international audience in Rome, Italy from September 22nd -23rd, 2018. She will be attending the IAC (International Association of Counselling) event to present: 

Multidisciplinary Interventions for Attachment Disruptions caused by High Conflict Divorces

This presentation fits well into the sub-themes of the conference as it pertains to complex family dynamics that are seen in family therapy and family law matters.

The presentation would fit into the following categories.

  • Multidisciplinary lenses in the counselling profession
  • Evolution of inter-professional collaboration
  • Counselling practice: issues and challenges in different cultural contexts

Divorce is a reality in most cultures, but it is widely recognized that a high conflict divorce adversely effects children and devastates family both psychologically and financially. This presentation approaches psychological interventions for attachment disruptions through the multidisciplinary lens of family law, attachment theory and family therapy. The innovative approaches that will be presented are the next step in a structured inter-professional collaboration, and are currently being practiced in innovative programs.

To register or to learn more, you can visit IAC Conference 2018.  

Upcoming Presentation in Montreal, Quebec

Alyson Jones will be presenting with esteemed lawyer and legal researcher John-Paul Boyd at the Working with High Conflict Families in Transition: Innovations and Best Practices in Dealing with High Conflict and Domestic Violence and – International Family Disputes and -Alienation between Children and Parents.

Their presentation topic on Now What? Evaluating Interventions When Attachment Disruption Is Identified 2. Panel Presentation of Parent Child Contact Problems, will take place over May 31st, June 1 and 2, 2018. 

Additional Information: 

This symposium will bring together a multidisciplinary group of professionals who will present and share their best practices and innovative approaches and programs in dealing with High Conflict Families who are experiencing a number of difficulties as they transition from an intact family to a co-parenting situation. The primary goal of the symposium is to bring together professionals who are experts in their fields and who have brought about innovations in the various subjects discussed in the document. 

The symposium will privilege a “think tank approach” where the participants will be presenting their pioneering programs and projects and will be leaving the symposium with a new direction to guide professionals. Ultimately, a permanent think tank dealing with high conflict families in transition will be created in order to set in motion the novel and innovative programs as we move into the 21st century.