Goal Management Training

News & Updates

May. 24 , 2024
GMT Approved as an AOTA Continuing Education Provider

Goal Management Train the Trainer eLearning Course is officially an American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Approved Provider of professional development offered at 1 CEU. 

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Apr. 2 , 2024
Moving from the Mental Laboratory to the Real World: Introducing New GMT Interactive Tasks

The GMT Team recently created a new set of GMT interactive tasks that prioritize real-world applications of GMT skills. These brief tasks can be used with or without direct therapist involvement and include various themes (e.g. party planning, budgeting) at varying difficulty levels. 

These tasks are available to those who have access to the GMT Therapist Community which is provided with a purchase of GMT Digital Tools or kits or separately as a yearly GMT operator subscription. You can find them in the "NEW!!! **Supplemental Complex Tasks**" section.

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Feb. 19, 2024
GMT endorsed on top-rated Podcast

Dr. Mark D'Esposito, a leading neurologist and researcher in the area of executive and prefrontal function, endorsed GMT in the top-rated Huberman Lab Podcast episode "How to Optimize Cognitive Function & Brain Health". 

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Jan. 20, 2023
Mitacs grants awarded to three members of the GMT Team!
Three trainees received a Mitacs Accelerate grant promoting industrial-academic partnerships in relation to research and the development of Goal Management TrainingTM (GMT).

From left to right:
  • Matt McPhee (Ph.D. Clinical Psychology | University of Toronto | Postdoctoral Fellow)
  • Tolu Faromika (B.Sc. (Hons) | University of Toronto | Research Assistant)
  • Bri Darboh (MA, MBA, Ph.D. Candidate | York University | Predoctoral Fellow)

Congratulations to the Mitacs Accelerate Fellows!

Goal Management Training™ receives support from the Ontario Together Fund to fight COVID-19! 
Click here for the announcement from the Province of Ontario.

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Goal Management Training™ is now offered in the Baycrest Neuropsychology and Cognitive Health Program! ​

For more information, please contact Ruby Nishioka at (416) 785-2500 ext. 2445.

The use of GMT by Homewood Research Institute to improve the quality of life of people living with PTSD was covered by the CBC.

Read about it here.

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