Education & Resources

  • Setting problem behaviour in the correct context (or… why we don’t just “fix” kids)

    Presented by: Craig Ross, C. Psych

    FREE 90-minute webinar

    Date: 2018-02-28 | Time: 10:30 am | Location: Online
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  • Can We Teach These Kids to Dance: A trauma-informed, developmental approach to address trauma related behavioural issues

    Presented by Kevin Creeden, M.A., LMHC, Whitney Academy

    Full Day Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London ON

    Also available by video conference or webcast

    Date: 2018-04-19 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario & Webcast
  • Practical Psychopharmacology for More Complex Mental Health Presentations: A 3 Part Series

    Presented by Dr. Ajit Ninan, MD, FRCPC, Medical Director & Joel Lamoure, RPh., DD., FASCP

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  • Environmental Causes of Problem Behaviours Exhibited by Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Presented by Dr. SungWoo Kahng, PhD, BCBA-D, University of Missouri

    Full Day Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London ON

    Also available by video conference or webcast

    Date: 2018-03-22 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • CPRI 2017-2018 Education Catalogue

    Supporting evidence-informed learning for those working in child and youth mental health and developmental services

  • How Clinical Workers and Managers Use This Trauma-Informed Stuff

    Presented by Lynn Donoghue, RSW; Erin Watkins, DSW; and Tom Ketelaars, Manager

    FREE 90-minute webinar

    Date: 2018-03-28 | Time: 10:30 am | Location: Online




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