You may have heard that the 2021 Census is underway. It has been a challenging year for families, and the census might seem like another thing on your busy to-do list. However, I would like to encourage you to complete your census, if you haven’t already done so. Census data helps governments at all levels plan for schools, transportation, community centres, libraries and recreational activities. Data from the 2021 Census will be even more crucial, because it will help to evaluate the impact of the pandemic and to better plan for the future. You can quickly and easily complete your census questionnaire at www.census.gc.ca using the access code you received in the mail. If you need assistance, or would like to have a paper (or alternate format) questionnaire, please call the Census Help Line at 1-855-340-2021. Thank you for doing your part to help plan for a better future for all Canadians.
Thank you in advance for your support of the 2021 Census.
We are grateful for the Dr. Jean Clinton, the School Council and all those who attended this informative and educational event. By chance if you have missed the presentation, or just wanted to review the slides, please find them attached.
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:
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:
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.
Alexis Johnston (she/her) Public Workshop Coordinator Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute Phone: 204-452-9199 Email: email@example.com Web: www.ctrinstitute.comWe envision a world where everyone is trauma-informed. Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute 120 Sherbrook St. Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B4 Canada