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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
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    Date: 2017-12-22 | Time: 4:42 pm | Location: Paris Ontario
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    Date: 2017-11-16 | Time: 4:47 pm | Location: Paris Ontario

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    Date: 2017-11-29 | Time: 4:50 pm | Location: Paris Ontario
  • Trauma Informed Care in a Residential Setting

    Understanding "Complex" Youth

    Live Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London ON

    Also available by video conference (over OTN)

    Date: 2018-01-25 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
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    Date: 2017-11-24 | Time: 4:54 pm | Location: Paris Ontario
  • 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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  • 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

    Are you watching by video conference or webcast? Ask your question on our videoconferencing page. 

    Date: 2018-03-22 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • 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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    Neurodevelopmental Disorder Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure

    Presented by: Susan D. Rich, MD, MPH, DFAPA,

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

     

    Also available by video conference (over OTN) and webcast.

    Date: 2018-06-14 | 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

  • Tackling Anxiety: Strategies and Resources for Helping Children & Youth Manage Anxiety

    Presented by: Dr. Kristin Buhr, R. PSYCH

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

    Also available by video conference (over OTN) and webcast.

    Date: 2018-05-01 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
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