FEATURED | SUMMER INSTITUTE 2019

July 20-21, 2019, 9:00am – 4:00pm (EDT)
Onsite in Toronto, Canada + Online Interactive Livestream 
Optional 12.0 CPA-approved* CE Credits

Trauma is any experience that overwhelms us physically, psychologically, and spiritually, with long-term debilitating consequences if left untreated. A broad range of psychological disorders are rooted in trauma.

At the INPM Summer Institute, Dr. Paul Wong will lead an intensive two-day workshop on “Transforming Trauma to Resilience through Meaning Therapy.” It is suitable for all mental health professionals and first responders.

Registration is now open! Early bird tickets are available until April 30. Get your tickets today!

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Home of Meaning Therapy.
meaning- centered counselling institute
Home of Meaning Therapy.

what is

MEANING THERAPY

Meaning therapy is a pluralistic approach to counselling and therapy that focuses on the fundamental human needs for meaning and relationship. It is a comprehensive way to address all aspects of meaning in life concerns in a supportive therapeutic relationship. Thus, the motto for meaning therapy is, “Meaning is all we have; relationship is all we need.” Meaning therapy assumes that when these two essential human needs are met, individuals are more likely to cope better with their predicaments and live a more rewarding life. When there is deficiency in these two areas, people will more likely experience difficulties in life.

Meaning therapy favours a psycho-educational approach that recognizes the vital role of meaning and purpose in healing and well-being. It appeals to the client’s sense of responsibility to make full use of their freedom to pursue what really matters and what constitutes a rewarding future. Within this conceptual framework, the therapist provides a safe and trusting environment that facilitates collaborative effort and shared decision making in terms of preferred interventions, plans, and goals.

what is

MEANING THERAPY

Meaning therapy is a pluralistic approach to counselling and therapy that focuses on the fundamental human needs for meaning and relationship. It is a comprehensive way to address all aspects of meaning in life concerns in a supportive therapeutic relationship. Thus, the motto for meaning therapy is, “Meaning is all we have; relationship is all we need.” Meaning therapy assumes that when these two essential human needs are met, individuals are more likely to cope better with their predicaments and live a more rewarding life. When there is deficiency in these two areas, people will more likely experience difficulties in life.

Meaning therapy favours a psycho-educational approach that recognizes the vital role of meaning and purpose in healing and well-being. It appeals to the client’s sense of responsibility to make full use of their freedom to pursue what really matters and what constitutes a rewarding future. Within this conceptual framework, the therapist provides a safe and trusting environment that facilitates collaborative effort and shared decision making in terms of preferred interventions, plans, and goals.

meaning
is all we have
meaning
is all we have

who

WE ARE

PAUL T. P. WONG, PhD
President • Therapist, Educator, Supervisor

Dr. Paul Wong is Professor Emeritus of Trent University and is currently teaching Meaning Therapy and Applied Positive Psychology at Saybrook University as an Adjunct Professor. He is a fellow of APA and CPA and President of the International Network on Personal Meaning. He has been registered as a clinical psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (#819) since 1972. He has been invited to give workshops on Meaning Therapy all over the world.

LILIAN C. J. WONG, PhD
Vice-President • Therapist, Educator, Supervisor

Dr. Lilian Wong has over two decades of experience working with children and adolescents as a psycho-educational consultant and school psychologist in public school boards in Ontario and British Columbia. She has been in private practice for many years, specializing in children, adolescents, and families. She employs various modalities in her approach to counselling, including play therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and meaning-centered counselling and therapy.

who

WE ARE

PAUL T. P. WONG, PhD
President • Therapist, Educator, Supervisor

Dr. Paul Wong is Professor Emeritus of Trent University and is currently teaching Meaning Therapy and Applied Positive Psychology at Saybrook University as an Adjunct Professor. He is a fellow of APA and CPA and President of the International Network on Personal Meaning. He has been registered as a clinical psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (#819) since 1972. He has been invited to give workshops on Meaning Therapy all over the world.

LILIAN C. J. WONG, PhD
Vice-President • Therapist, Educator, Supervisor

Dr. Lilian Wong has over two decades of experience working with children and adolescents as a psycho-educational consultant and school psychologist in public school boards in Ontario and British Columbia. She has been in private practice for many years, specializing in children, adolescents, and families. She employs various modalities in her approach to psychotherapy, including play therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and meaning-centered counselling and therapy.

who

WE ARE

PAUL T. P. WONG, PhD
President • Therapist, Educator, Supervisor

Dr. Paul Wong is Professor Emeritus of Trent University and is currently teaching Meaning Therapy and Applied Positive Psychology at Saybrook University as an Adjunct Professor. He is a fellow of APA and CPA and President of the International Network on Personal Meaning. He has been registered as a clinical psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (#819) since 1972. He has been invited to give workshops on Meaning Therapy all over the world.

LILIAN C. J. WONG, PhD
Vice-President • Therapist, Educator, Supervisor

Dr. Lilian Wong has over two decades of experience working with children and adolescents as a psycho-educational consultant and school psychologist in public school boards in Ontario and British Columbia. She has been in private practice for many years, specializing in children, adolescents, and families. She employs various modalities in her approach to psychotherapy, including play therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and meaning-centered counselling and therapy.

relationship
is all we need
relationship
is all we need

therapy

We provide the evidence-based and integrative practice of meaning therapy for adults, couples, families, adolescents, and children. We also provide psychological assessments and address a wide range of clinical issues.

supervision

We provide supervision for novice psychotherapists (including interns) who need supervised practice as well as seasoned therapists who want to learn meaning therapy from Dr. Paul or play therapy from Dr. Lilian.

consultation

We provide consultation for individuals or organizations interested in incorporating meaning therapy in their practice or applying the meaning-centered approach to positive management and education.

training

We provide training in meaning therapy and play therapy. We partner with the INPM in organizing Summer Institutes and Meaning Conferences. We teach the SEUS course for registration with the CRPO.

therapy

We provide the evidence-based and integrative practice of meaning therapy for adults, couples, families, adolescents, and children. We also provide psychological assessments and address a wide range of clinical issues.

supervision

We provide supervision for novice psychotherapists (including interns) who need supervised practice as well as seasoned therapists who want to learn meaning therapy from Dr. Paul or play therapy from Dr. Lilian.

consultation

We provide consultation for individuals or organizations interested in incorporating meaning therapy in their practice or applying the meaning-centered approach to positive management and education.

training

We provide training in meaning therapy and play therapy. We partner with the INPM in organizing Summer Institutes and Meaning Conferences. We teach the SEUS course for registration with the CRPO.

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with us today
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office
13 Ballyconnor Court
Toronto, ON, M2M 4C5
email
info@meaningtherapy.com
TELEPHONE
+1 416 546 5588
hours
Mondays – Fridays
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM (EDT)

Meaning-Centered Counselling Institute

office
13 Ballyconnor Court
Toronto, ON, M2M 4C5
email
info@meaningtherapy.com
TELEPHONE
+1 416 546 5588
hours
Mondays – Fridays
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM (EDT)

Meaning-Centered Counselling Institute

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