This workshop addresses the unique challenges youth experience when they are exposed to a peer's suicide.
This two-day workshop offers a broad conceptual framework for effective prevention strategies both at the individual client perspective, and a systemic perspective.
This workshop will support professionals to better understand the impact of ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences’.
This full-day training teaches therapeutic engagement, risk assessment, safety planning, identification and responding to youth with appropriate interventions.
This training will teach the foundational concepts of motivational interviewing to explain what creates change, and offer opportunities to learn how to integrate motivation interviewing approaches into daily interaction with clients.
Interviewing Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities was presented by Dr. Kim Harris on April 11, 2018.
Supporting Parents of Children Who Have Been Victimized was presented by Heather Fredin, RP, on April 13, 2018.