Webinars: Open for Registration

Webinars are provided by CPRI staff on a variety of topics.  Webinars are short online presentations that require you to have a computer and Internet connection to participate.

2017 - 2018 Education Catalogue Webinar Offerings COMING SOON!

Webinars: Archived

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Shared Experiences:Blending Aboriginal Traditions with Mainstream Services
on a Young Person's Journey to Healing

Presented by: Lisa Martin, MSW, RSW

Handouts: Slides
Video: 8th Fire Wab Kinew 500 Years in 2 Minutes

Part 1: Outline & History
Part 2: Signs & Symptoms of Trauma
Part 3: Guidelines & Requirements
Part 4: Providing Integrated Service 
Part 5: Next Steps and Questions

Resource: AI Formulation Model

 

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Shared Experiences: Cultural Considerations in Service Delivery to Amish Populations
Presented by: Bindu Cherian, OT reg. (Ont) (April 19, 2017)

Handouts: Slides

Part 1:Introduction and Historical Review
Part 2:  Culture
Part 3: Components of Care
Part 4: Q & A

Additional Resources: Amishgrace.comAmish Studies: The Young Center

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Trauma-Informed Care in a Residential Setting
Presented by: Dr. Jared Berman, C. Psych (May 3, 2017)

Handouts: Slides
Video: The Brain Architecture Game

Part 1: Overview
Part 2: Defining Trauma
Part 3: Trauma-Informed Care: The Sanctuary Model
Part 4: Case Study
Part 5: Q & A 

Resources: National Child Traumatic Stress Network

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Improving Safety with Psychotropic Medications & The Introduction of MedWise
Presented by: Dr. Ajit Ninan, MD, FRCPC, DABPN; Ross Evans, BSc Pharm, MA Journ (March 8, 2017)

Handouts: Slides, 4 Step Safety Strategy
Video: You're Not Alone (Monitoring Your Meds)

Part 1: What are Psychotropics?
Part 2: Improving Safety using the Circle of Care
Part 3: Case Study
Part 4: 4 Step Safety Strategy
Part 5: MedWise and Other Tools for Monitoring Side Effects

More Medication Monitoring Resources for Families
More Medication Monitoring Resources for Professionals 

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Looking Beneath Behaviour: Early Relational Trauma & Attachment Disturbance Intervention
Presented by: Erin Watkins, CPRI Community Behaviour Consultant (February 8, 2017)

Handouts: Slides
Video: Understanding relational trauma from a young person's perspective
Link to Resources from the Attachment Clinic

Part 1:Circle of Security
Part 2: Quality of Attachment
Part 3: Avoidant Attachment
Part 4: Strategies for Support
Part 5: Conclusions & Questions 

Additional Resource for Private Study: Removed (Film)

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When Problem Behaviour Happens for Children & Youth with Special Needs: The Role of the BCBA
Presented by: Patty Petersen, BCBA & Monique Nagtegaal, BCBA (January 25, 2016)

Handouts: Slide Deck 

Part 1: Who are BCBAs?
Part 2: What is Behaviour?
Part 3: Functions of Behaviours
   Part 3 Video Clips: Clip 1 'Knocking', Clip 2 'Sitting', Clip 3 'Put down' 
Part 4: Special Needs of Youth
Part 5: 5 Step Plan for Change
Part 6: Conclusions & Questions

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The interRAI Child and Youth Suite of Tools: Assessment, Family Engagement, and Data

Presented by Kim Arbeau, PhD & Maggie McKnight, BA
(December 7, 2016)

Handouts: Slide Deck

Part 1: interRAI ChYMH: Background
Part 2: How the Tool Helps
Part 3: All About the Data
Part 4: Next Steps and Q&A

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A Residential Approach to Dual-Diagnosis (Assessment and Intervention)

Presented by Dr. Craig Ross
(November 23, 2016)

Handouts: Slide Deck

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Case Study: CPRI program
Part 3: Left of the Curve
Part 4: Problem Behaviours
Part 5: Questions & Discussion

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The Bridge from Being Trauma-Informed to Being Trauma-Responsive
Presented by: Tom Ketelaars, CPRI Implementation Lead for Trauma-Informed Care (November 9, 2016)

Handouts: Slide Deck

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Moving Forward
Part 3: Safety for Everyone
Part 4: The 3Cs
Part 5: Skill Building
Part 6: Q & A 

(See Related Webinar: Being Trauma-Informed)

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Selective Mutism and Anxiety Disorders in Children
Presented by Dr. Jeff St. Pierre (October 12, 2016)

Handouts: Reading List, Need to Know, Slide deck

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Aspects of Anxiety
Part 3: Strategies for Anxiety
Part 4: Overview of the Condition
Part 5: What to do in Your Role 

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