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The Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute Inc. is offering the following workshops in Alberta this Spring/Fall. Register early for Fall workshops and save 10%.
CRITICAL INCIDENT GROUP DEBRIEFING
Edmonton: October 15, 2014 (early rate deadline September 24)
Calgary: October 17, 2014 (early rate deadline September 26)
Critical Incident Group Debriefing (CIGD) is a short-term group intervention process that focuses on an immediate crisis. Participants of this skills based workshop will not only learn how to facilitate a group debriefing, but also have a better understanding of when a group debriefing might not be appropriate.
DE-ESCALATING POTENTIALLY VIOLENT SITUATIONS™
Edmonton: October 14, 2014 (early rate September 23)
Calgary: October 16, 2014 (early rate September 25)
This workshop is designed to teach people to de-escalate potentially violent situations through assertiveness and interpersonal communication. The training will explore how anger and violence interplay, including opportunities for self- assessment of personal styles.
More workshops coming to Alberta this Spring/Fall:
HELPING CHILDREN - Practical Tools for Engaging and Supporting
Calgary: November 12-13;
Edmonton: November 19-20
MINDFULNESS COUNSELLING STRATEGIES - Activating Compassion and Regulation E
Edmonton: December 8-9;
Calgary: December 10-11
CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS IN YOUTH - Strategies for Intervention
Calgary: December 15
To qualify for 10% early rate, registration must be received 3 weeks prior to workshop. Save an additional 5% if you pay online.
For information on fees and other services, please visit our website at:www.ctrinstitute.com
Meeting time 9AM to 3PM. Lunch will be provided.
Call for Presenters
When: May 21 and May 22, 2015
Where: Calgary, Alberta
Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Network in partnership with Alberta Health is proud to co-host the second conference, FACE IT: Elder Abuse Happens - 'Building Connections, Creating Solutions'. This two day conference focuses on issues, trends and looks at creative solutions to deal with Elder Abuse in Alberta.
The objective of the conference is to bring educators and representatives of health, justice and social work together to build communities for creative solutions to elder abuse; and community stakeholders to explore ways to build a coordinated community response to address elder abuse.
FACE IT: Elder Abuse Happens Planning Committee invites submissions for presentations from individuals, groups and organizations. All proposals for presentations will be considered. Proposal selection will consider the submission’s ability to support this year’s conference theme ‘Building Connections, Creating Solutions’.
Areas of interest for proposal development include:
Awareness and education on elder abuse for professionals
Developing skills using tools
Coordinated community response models working in communities
Protective laws and policies
For details and to submit a proposal, please visit FACE IT: Elder Abuse Happens – ’Building Connections, Creating Solutions’ at: www.faceitelderabuse.ca.
Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2014