Frank Memberships and Education

Hypnotherapist Member of National Guild of Hypnotists

NaturoTherapist Member of the Assoication des Naturopathes Professionnels du Quebec

Member of the Sexual Health Network of Quebec, www.SHNQ.CA

Member of NAASAS, National Association for the Advancement of Science and Art in Sexuality

Officially Ranked "Bestseller" member on community

Certification in Hypnotherapy (March 2014 ) under the training of Ariel Sherker CH, CI

The National Guild Of Hypnotists (NGH)

Advanced Certificate in Trauma Counselling Level 2 (June 2011)

The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre (Combination of Level 1 and other seminars)

Certificate in Trauma Counselling Level 1 (June 2011) Six-day seminar with Natalie Zlodre MSW, RSW

The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre. Key trauma focused assessment instruments typically used in trauma clinics: APTSD (Trauma Exposure Measures), PTSD (CAPS, Assessment of Trauma Characteristics Interview), dissociation (DES, SCID-D)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), (April 19-20,2011) Two-day seminar with Dr. Eilenna Denisoff Ph.D

The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre

Engaging Traumatized Clients, (November 29,2010) One-day seminar with Dr. Robert Muller

The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, part of the Advanced Certificate in Trauma Counselling: Level 2 - to be completed June 2011

Sensibilisation au deuil (October 22, 2010) One-day seminar in French on Bereavement Support Group Administration

Masion Monbourquette

Traumatic Loss: New Understandings,(October 7-8, 2010) Two-day seminar with Dr Jack Jordan

The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, part of the Advanced Certificate in Trauma Counselling: Level 2 - to be completed June 2011

Intervention and Training for Abusive Relationships - Love Without Hurt Seminar (May 27-29, 2010) with Dr. Stosney

Sexual Health Network of Quebec

2002 MA Communication Studies

This degree also entailed courses of study such as Gender and Technology, and a special directed study on a long distance education experiment via Internet that was conducted with multiple universities on a weekly basis.

McGill University

1998 BA with Distinction. Specialization Communication Studies, Minor: Drama Education

Participated in a directed independent study at the Centre for the Arts in Human Development in 1997 and 1998. The Centre utilizes the creative arts therapies and applies them to promote growth and development for people with intellectual, developmental and mental health disabilities. This required a thorough research paper on the politics of special populations. The production was "The Winds of Oz". All the lead actors are participants at the Centre for the Arts in Human Development. It is a model of social integration with Concordia students acting as coaches, shadows and supporting actors. The lead actors were each given the opportunity to develop their own roles to use their interests and natural talents. It combined the use of dance/movement, music/dance, and dramatic arts to elicit the actors fullest potential.

Concordia University

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