Addressing the Impact of Incarceration on the Family System

Virtual

Trauma as a result of distressing experiences has the ability to transcend through generations of a family, continuing to affect each new generation. Second generation offenders are often individuals who ... Read more

$152.55 – $192.10

Early Psychosis Intervention

Webinar

In this webinar, we invite Leanne Needham and Josette Morin of the Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) to talk to us about psychosis in the post-secondary context. Come learn ... Read more

Free

Peer Support Strong Conference

Virtual

PEER SUPPORT STRONG: L.E.A.DING THE WAY Conference! Listening Empowering Advocating Defining Please join PeerWorks and Lived Experience & Recovery Network (LERN) as we host our 3rd annual Peer Support Strong ... Read more

Free

Canadian Health and Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities

Virtual

The Canadian Health and Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities Conference is an interprofessional conference where health care providers and community partners connect to share educational and informative updates and practical, innovative, ... Read more

$185 – $255

Healing the Wounds of Race Trauma: Examining Interventions for Professionals

Webinar

Race trauma and systematic oppression can have a lasting impact on individuals and families that shapes their psychological and mental health, their family functioning, and their outcomes. Supporting children, youth, adults and families through the impact of this particular trauma may help to readjust other areas of their life where they experience difficulties. This course ... Read more

$25 – $50

Supporting the mental health needs of black children and youth: Unpacking systemic barriers while creating a therapeutic environment

Virtual

As professionals working in mental health support, working from a critical and clinical lens is imperative as we do the work to decolonize oppressive systems. The ability to identify anti-black racism, marginalization and oppression outside of one’s social location helps to understand the lived experiences of those who face discrimination. Black children and youth tend ... Read more

$250.00

Coping with Chronic Racial Trauma: A Black Professional’s Path from Survival to Healing

Virtual

Black people live in a world where Anti-Black racism exists in many constructs, creating chronic racial trauma. Workplace diversity, equity and inclusion are poorly executed organizational strategies that are not meeting the needs of Black and racialized employees; while systemic barriers, negative news cycles, and day to day lived experiences of Anti-Black racism actively threaten ... Read more

$152.55 – $192.10

Bridges Out of Poverty

Peterborough

This workshop is a comprehensive approach to understanding poverty. Bridges Out of Poverty uses the lens of economic class and provides concrete tools and strategies for a community to understand, address, and alleviate poverty. Registration includes copies of the Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities workbook, which will be provided to participants. ... Read more

$69 – $109

Supporting the mental health needs of black children and youth: Unpacking systemic barriers while creating a therapeutic environment

Virtual

As professionals working in mental health support, working from a critical and clinical lens is imperative as we do the work to decolonize oppressive systems. The ability to identify anti-black racism, marginalization and oppression outside of one’s social location helps to understand the lived experiences of those who face discrimination. Black children and youth tend ... Read more

$250.00

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): A Four-Part Learning Series

Virtual

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD); A Four-Part Learning Series is designed to address the complexities of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Across the lifespan, from preconception to adulthood, there is an opportunity for health and social service providers to offer effective, evidence-based interventions to prevent the prevalence of FASD and improve the outcomes and quality of ... Read more

$180.80 – $226.00

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): A Four-Part Learning Series

Virtual

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD); A Four-Part Learning Series is designed to address the complexities of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Across the lifespan, from preconception to adulthood, there is an opportunity for health and social service providers to offer effective, evidence-based interventions to prevent the prevalence of FASD and improve the outcomes and quality of ... Read more

$180.80 – $226.00

Harm Reduction in Practice

Peterborough

An in-depth look at harm reduction as a foundational model for health and social services. This interactive multimedia workshop will invite participants to engage in several core principles that comprise harm reduction as related to substance use. Through large and small group discussions and various group and individual exercises, participants will cultivate a more concrete ... Read more

$69 – $109

Building a Deeper Understanding of Self-Harm

Virtual

Did you know that self-harm impacts 14% to 39% of youth? In this advanced course clinicians will grow their understanding of effective interventions for youth who self-harm. Self harm is usually the result of an inability to cope in healthy ways with psychological pain. Youth may be struggling with feelings of worthlessness, loneliness, panic, anger, ... Read more

$121.85