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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
  • CPRI 2017-2018 Education Catalogue

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

  • N of 1 Client-Centric Care: Demystifying Pediatric Psychopharmacology

    Presented by Joel Lamoure, RPh., DD., FASCP, Pharmacist

    FREE 90-minute webinar

    Date: 2019-03-07 | Time: 10:30 am | Location: Online
  • #SideEffects_WhyMeAgain? Identification and Management of Medication Side-Effects in Pediatric Mental Health

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

    In-Person Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London ON

    Date: 2019-04-04 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • The How and Why of Executive Functions: Impacts on Language and Learning

    Presented by: Lisa Archibald, PhD

    In-Person Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London ON

    Date: 2019-04-24 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • Children's Mental Health Week 2018

    May 7 - 13, 2018

    Learn about CPRI's 2018 Campaign: Child Friendly Spaces

    childrensmentalhealthweek.ca

    Sponsored by The Volunteer Organization of CPRI (VOCPRI)

  • Infant Development: Prelinguistic Communication

    Presented by Mandy Harloff, SLP & Alicia Romanson, SLP

    FREE 90-minute webinar

    Date: 2019-05-29 | Time: 10:30 am | Location: Online
  • Understanding and Responding to Relational Trauma: Teaching Children, Youth, and Families a New Way to Dance

    Presented by: Dr. Wendy den Dunnen, PhD, C Psych & Erin Watkins, DSW

    In-Person Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London ON

    Date: 2019-06-20 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • Complex Adaptations to Psychological Trauma: Practical Approaches

    Presented by Dr.Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD, FRCP(C)

    In-Person Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd, London, ON

    Date: 2019-11-28 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • "I Can't" vs "I Won't": Understanding and responding to complex students with exposure to negative life events and/or disinhibition disorders

    Presented by: CPRI's Attachment Consultation and Education Service & The Brake Shop

    In-Person Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Rd., London, ON

    Date: 2020-01-31 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: Zarfas Hall, London Ontario
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder: The International Clinical Practice Recommendations for What, Why, and Wii

    Presented by: Lisa Hoyland, OT, & Kathryn Harris, OT, & Dr. Jennifer McLean, Developmental Pediatrician

    Workshop at CPRI, 600 Sanatorium Road, London ON

    Date: 2020-02-26 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

    Presented by CPRI's Interdisciplinary Autism Service

    ONLINE Workshop

    Date: 2020-09-17 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • London FASD Conference: Scientific Advances and Community Innovation

    Presented by multiple speakers, including people with lived experience, clinical professionals, and researchers

    Online Conference

    Date: 2020-10-28 | Time: 8:30 am | Location: Online
  • Understanding Children and Youth Who Have Been Sex Trafficked

    Presented by: Jennifer Richardson, MSW, RSW Director, Provincial Anti-Human Trafficking Coordination Office, MCCSS

    Online Workshop
    New date: November 18, 2020
    New Time: 9:30AM - 12:30PM

    Date: 2020-11-18 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • Screen Time, Sexting, and Safety: Promoting digital health and well being for children and families

    Presented by: Presented by: Dr. Michelle Ponti, Dr. Patricia Jordan, and a representative from Western University's Screen Time Challenge

    Online Workshop
    New date: February 11, 2021

    Date: 2021-02-11 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
  • Behavioral Phenotypes in Genetic Disorders Associated with Developmental Delay

    Presented by: Dr. Victoria Siu

    Online Workshop
    New date: March 3, 2021

    Date: 2021-03-03 | Time: 9:00 am | Location: London, Ontario
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