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Held over 4 Fridays: October 28, 2022; November 25, 2022; Dec 16, 2022 and Jan 20, 2022 | 8:30 am PST to 3:30 pm PST | Equivalent to "HPCT 101 - Intensive" of Beyond the Cycle of Trauma Institute's Series for Physicians. This is a prerequisite for HPCT102 and HCPT 201 (Train-the-Trainer series)........Please scroll below the registration box for DESCRIPTION, AGENDA, LEARNING OBJECTIVES, REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICIES, DISCLOSURES, Mainpro and MOC accreditation, and further details..... These discounted registration fees are in effect only until September 10, after which regular or late registration fees will apply..

  • Date: 28/10/2022 08:30 AM - 20/01/2023 03:30 PM
  • Location Online Event


This four-day series is designed to give clinicians neurobiologically-based tools for enhancing care of individuals who have experienced psychological trauma, as well as tools for our own self-care and resiliency.  What individuals need to heal from ACEs and trauma will be explored by examining the effects of attachment trauma on the brain. Emphasis will be placed on presenting the information in a practical and useful manner.  Each learning session/day will be built upon previous sessions in a spiral format to enhance depth of understanding, and to improve capacity to use new skills. In addition, emphasis will be placed on material that can be  applied to any form of therapy we may use with patients, or any form of medicine that we may practice. 

Registration space is limited to maintain small instructor/facilitator versus participant ratios.

Presenter: Dr. Erika Cheng

| Cancellation /Refund Policy - $100 will be retained for administrative purposes for cancellations or refunds. Option of crediting full registration fee to the tuition of a future course is also available.

| Handouts will be emailed to participants the day before each class.  

If you would like to register for the entire course but you are only able to attend a certain set of days for which a registration option is not provided, then feel free to contact us at

Click here for full AGENDA, LEARNING OBJECTIVES and DISCLOSURES PDF:  Agenda Disclosures and Learning Objectives_Online copy.pdf

Learning Objectives:  By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize four trauma-rooted brain-based sources of challenging behaviours that affect interpersonal interactions, lead to difficulties in healing, and perpetuate cycles of trauma.
  • Generate neurobiologically supportive, healing-aligned responses to trauma-rooted challenging behaviours and interactions based upon objective data obtained during the behaviour/interactions.
  • Implement ten tools for improving patient care and self-care within potentially challenging situations.
  • Apply two different assessment models to align choice of therapy for/response to the patient’s (family’s) current needs for healing past cycles of trauma.

Although participation in breakout activities is optional, it is highly recommended for learning. Registrants who attend all four days, participate in breakout activities and satisfactorily submit the simple self-reflective assignments will also receive a Certificate of Completion from Beyond the Cycle of Trauma Institute for the course “HCPT 101 - INTENSIVE”.   Register soon as SPACE IS LIMITED.  Individuals interested in registering but who cannot attend all four days can inquire about flexible learning options with us at  For other inquiries regarding the course,  contact us at  

Accreditation/Certification  Statement: 

The Division of Continuing Professional Development, University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine (UBC CPD) is fully accredited by the Continuing Medical Education Accreditation Committee (CACME) to provide CPD credits for physicians. This activity is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by UBC CPD. You may claim a maximum of 24.0 hours (credits are automatically calculated). This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by UBC CPD for up to 24.0 Mainpro+® credits. Each physician should claim only those credits accrued through participation in the activity.  CFPC Session ID: 198028-001

Registration Fee Options:

Regular  (Sept 11-Oct7, 2022)
Late (after Oct 7, 2022)
Full 4-day course
Oct 28 only
Oct 28 + Nov 25 only
Oct 28, Nov 25 + Dec 16 only