Join us for a 13-night cruise exploring exotic Tahiti (where Captain Bligh’s men mutinied to stay put), Mo’orea (Arthur Frommer’s vote for “the most beautiful island on earth”), Taha’a (French Polynesia’s vanilla-scented isle), Bora Bora (celebrities’ exclusive hideaway), the Cook Islands (New Zealand’s private paradise), the Kingdom of Tonga (proudly never colonized), and three idyllic islands of Fiji (Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, and postcard-perfect Beqa).
You’ll be enchanted by the South Pacific’s craggy volcanic peaks, sugary beaches, warm lagoons teaming with fish, glistening black pearls, and Tamure dancing suggestive enough to make you blush. The CME provides a rock-solid foundation in medical CBT for depression, reviewing a plethora of ultra-brief office techniques to defeat depression and be happy.
CBT Canada, now 20 years old, is a national winner of the CFPC’s CME Program Award, and was the first organization authorized to provide 3-credit-per-hour CME. Lead instructor Greg Dubord, MD, is a University of Toronto CME Teacher of the Year. Assistant faculty includes the inimitable Fijian psychiatrist Benjamin Prasad, MD, FRCPC, from the University of Manitoba.
Super early bird rates for ocean-view staterooms aboard the spectacular m/s Paul Gauguin start at $12 850 (includes all beverages, all taxes, all gratuities, return airfares, and companion cruises free). Book with Canada’s largest cruise agency, CruiseShipCenters.
See CBT Canada at www.cbt.ca or call 1 888 739-3117.