Eating Disorders – From Image to Illness
Live Virtual Workshop:  June 17, 9am-4pm CDT

This workshop examines the symptoms and contributing factors of eating disorders, while also providing practical strategies for supporting individuals struggling with disordered eating.

Some of the Topics Included:
·         When is Eating Disordered?
·         Considerations Around Compulsive Exercise
·         The Problem with Diets
·         Mindfulness, Coping, and Cognitive Strategies
·         Managing Setbacks Trainer: Kimberly Enns, MSW, RSW

In addition to her work with CTRI, Kimberly maintains a private counselling practice for individuals, couples, and families, specializing in the areas of trauma recovery, anxiety, depression, self-injury behaviour, and disordered eating and body image. Her therapeutic approach is one of warmth and collaboration, recognizing that people are resilient, have inherent wisdom about their lives, and are hardwired for connection with others. Additional Training Options:

On-Demand WorkshopAccess our workshop from your computer, at any time.

On-Demand Webinar Access this one-hour webinar from anywhere. Have a group of people to train?
Contact us to explore how we can deliver training on a date that works for you. Addictions and Youth – Substances, Technology, Porn
Live Virtual Workshop:  May 27, 9am-4pm CDT

This workshop provides a framework for responding to a variety of addictions, including those related to substances, gaming, internet, and pornography.

Some of the Topics Included:  
·         When Use Becomes Abuse
·         Identifying Youth at Risk
·         Assessing Underlying Needs
·         Strategies and Best Practice Approaches
·         Harm Reduction Strategies Additional Training Options:

On-Demand WorkshopAccess our workshop from your computer, at any time.

On-Demand Webinar Access this one-hour webinar from anywhere. Self-Injury Behaviour in Youth – Issues and Strategies
Live Virtual Workshop:  June 1-2, 9am-4pm CDT

This workshop will help participants understand self-injury behaviour in youth and learn a framework and strategies for effective intervention.

Some of the Topics Included:
·         Distinguishing Suicide Attempts from Self-Injury
·         Assessment Considerations & Initial Therapeutic Response
·         Mindfulness, Cognitive, and Emotion Regulation Strategies
·         Speaking with Family and Peers About Self-Injury
·         Managing Setbacks Additional Training Options:

Live Webinar:  June 7 Register to join our one-hour live webinar.

On-Demand WorkshopAccess our workshop from your computer, at any time.

On-Demand Webinar Access this one-hour webinar from anywhere. LIVE VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS
Actively engage with trainers and other participants in our live virtual workshops. Anxiety – Practical Intervention Strategies May 18

Managing Mental Health in the Workplace
May 18

Depression – Practical Intervention Strategies
May 19

Addictions and Youth – Substances, Technology, Porn
May 27

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – Balancing Acceptance and Change
May 28

Leadership – Insights for Thinking Differently
June 1

Providing Support Remotely – Strategies for Helping From a Distance
June 1

Self-Injury Behaviour in Youth – Issues and Strategies
June 1-2

The Ethics of Helping – Boundaries and Relationships
June 3

Lateral Violence – Working Towards Solutions for Indigenous Communities & Organizations
June 8-9

De-escalating Potentially Violent Situations™
June 8

Walking With Grief – Helping Others Deal with Loss
June 9-10

Managing Difficult Phone Calls
June 9

NEW: Body-Oriented Trauma Counselling Strategies
June 15-16

Diversity and Culture – Strategies for Working with Differences
June 16

Eating Disorders – From Image to Illness
June 17

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Tools for Thinking Differently
June 22

Trauma-Informed Leadership
June 22

Narrative Therapy – Tools for Exploring Stories
June 23

Vicarious Trauma – Strategies for Resilience
June 29 1 HOUR LIVE WEBINAR
No matter where you live, you can easily access our webinars right from your desk. The Ethics of Helping – Boundaries and Relationships
May 28

Walking With Grief – Helping Others Deal with Loss
May 31

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – Balancing Acceptance and Change
June 4

Self-Injury Behaviour in Youth – Strategies for Helping
June 7

Diversity and Culture – Strategies for Working with Differences
June 11

De-escalating Potentially Violent Situations™
June 14

Managing Difficult Phone Calls
June 15

Leadership Development – Learn, Grow, Achieve
June 16

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Tools for Thinking Differently
June 18

Vicarious Trauma – Strategies for Supporting Resilience
June 25
For more information, please visit our website:  www.ctrinstitute.com


Regards,

Alexis Johnston (she/her) Public Workshop Coordinator Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute   Phone: 204-452-9199 Email: training@ctrinstitute.com Web: www.ctrinstitute.com   We envision a world where everyone is trauma-informed. Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
120 Sherbrook St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B4
Canada

In Conversation with Dr. Jean Clinton Final Reminder

Dear Ventura Park Families,

Please join us next Monday, May 10th at 6:30pm for a virtual talk with Dr. Jean Clinton.

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Dr. Jean Clinton is a Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster, division of Child Psychiatry. Dr. Clinton is renowned nationally and internationally as an advocate for children’s issues. Her special interest lies in brain development, and the crucial role relationships and connectedness play. Jean champions the development of a national, comprehensive child well-being strategy including a system of early learning and care for all young children and their families. She is equally committed to ensuring that children’s and youths’ needs and voices are heard and respected.

Dr. Jean Clinton

We look forward to seeing many of you online for what we know will be an excellent evening of learning from Dr. Clinton.

The VPPS Team

In Conversation with Dr. Jean Clinton

Dear Ventura Park Families,

Please join us next Monday, May 10th at 6:30pm for a virtual talk with Dr. Jean Clinton.

Dr. Jean Clinton flyer

Dr. Jean Clinton is a Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster, division of Child Psychiatry. Dr. Clinton is renowned nationally and internationally as an advocate for children’s issues. Her special interest lies in brain development, and the crucial role relationships and connectedness play. Jean champions the development of a national, comprehensive child well-being strategy including a system of early learning and care for all young children and their families. She is equally committed to ensuring that children’s and youths’ needs and voices are heard and respected.

Dr. Jean Clinton

We look forward to seeing many of you online for what we know will be an excellent evening of learning from Dr. Clinton.

The VPPS Team

Ventura Park Spirit Wear

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Our official school approved web store for Ventura Park Public School spirit wear is up and running again!

To view and order the Merchandise visit https://www.schoolwear.ca/VPS/

Order your gear online and have the order shipped directly to your home at a flat rate of $10.99, or you can select curbside pickup at our Marchant’s office location – 849 Progress Avenue, Toronto, ON, M1H 2X4.

We are excited about the new options for Ventura Park Public School gear wear which students and parents can wear with pride!

* SchoolWear.ca is the School Spirit Wear Division of Marchant’s School Sport ltd. Click here for Ordering Guidelines.