The majority of interest is in the topic of children exposed to family violence, but we also do training in:
adolescent suicide in residential facilities (prevention and intervention),
- anger awareness in adolescents,
- compassion fatigue,
- ambiguous loss,
- bullying in and near schools,
- conduct disorder,
- depression and suicide in adolescents,
- cognitive-behavioural approaches to intervention,
- interviewing children,
- peer-to-peer aggression in residential settings,
- preparing children for court testimony,
- understanding anxiety,
- and vicarious trauma in service providers.
We integrate research with feedback from training to create useful resources for front-line professionals.
Clinic staff are available to conduct a multitude of workshops of varying length/content dependent on the requirements of the requesting agency. Workshops are generally smaller scale training initiatives that may incorporate group/practiced activities. Modules incorporate a guided learning format that also includes case consultation/assignments. This type of training may begin initially in workshop format.
Please direct any questions in relation to training to email@example.com