Talks and Workshops

I view presentations as a means of highlighting important clinical issues and sharing what we know with each other to enhance our work with clients.

Clinical Presentations

presentation spotlight

If you would like to know more about setting up a presentation or workshop, please contact Dr. DeLisle directly at mdelisle@delislepsych.ca.

Please note that posted presentations are intended for the personal use of prospective or current clients for educational purposes only. Any use of the slides, alterations, or copying of the slides for any other personal or professional purpose is prohibited without the consent of Dr. DeLisle.

Presentations that I have offered at clinical venues are listed below.

As with my publications, earlier works appear in my maiden name, Munchua, or a hyphenated version, Munchua-DeLisle.

DeLisle, M. M. (2019, June). CBT Tips: Suicide assessment and intervention. Symposium session at the Chronic Pain Centre, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2017, April). CBT for Insomnia. Symposium session at the Chronic Pain Centre, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M., & Mackie, A. (2017, March). CBT Tips for depression and anxiety. Presentation for the Chronic Disease Management program. Southport Tower, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2016, December). Motivational interviewing highlights. Presentation at the Neuromusculoskeletal Interest Group Meeting, Chronic Pain Centre, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2016, May). Explaining pain and neuroplasticity at the Chronic Pain Centre. Presentation at the International Awareness Day for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity at Self-Connection Books, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2016, March). New developments in understanding pain: The importance of safety. Symposium session at the Chronic Pain Centre, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2015, October). Yes we can: Strategies to improve self-efficacy in patients with chronic pain. Presentation at the annual conference of the Pain Society of Alberta, Banff, AB.

DeLisle, M. M. (2015, July). Transition: The psychological process of adapting to change. Presentation at the Neuromusculoskeletal Interest Group Meeting, Chronic Pain Centre, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2014, September). Catastrophizing and psychological pearls. Presentation at the annual conference of the Pain Society of Alberta, Banff, AB.

Cote, J., Cox, A., & DeLisle, M. M. (2012, December). Exploring clients’ ambivalence about the use of opioids and benzodiazepines. Symposium session at the Calgary Pain Conference, Red & White Club, Calgary, Alberta.

DeLisle, M. M. (2011, June). Mindfulness meditation: A staff group experience. Symposium session at the Talisman Centre, Calgary, Alberta.

Spanswick, C., DeLisle, M. M., McKay, T., Barnes, P., & Nicholson, D. (2011, March). Hope and human nature. Panel on Chronic Pain at the Calgary Public Library, Calgary, Alberta.

Spanswick, C., Tremblay, C., DeLisle, M. M., McIntosh, D., McKay, T., & Yingst-Bartell, C. (2010, September). An inter-professional team presentation on aspects of chronic pain. Pain Forum: Psychology for the Non-Psychologist at the South Calgary Primary Care Network, Delta Hotel, Calgary, Alberta.

Munchua, M. M., Eamon, K. C., Choldin, S., & Reddon, J. R. (2001, April). Effectiveness of a trauma and abuse program for women inmates. Poster session presented at the 15th annual Royce Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.