Events Calendar

May 23, 2019
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills

    May 23, 2019  9:00 am - May 24, 2019  4:00 pm
    Peterborough Lions Community Centre, 347 Burnham St, Peterborough, ON K9H 1T5, Canada

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    Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills
    Cheryl Robinson and Katie Lamport | FourCAST

    This two-day interactive workshop will be delivered through the Question of Care project, in collaboration with FourCAST. Participants will have the opportunity to practice DBT skills, and will leave with practical tools they can apply in their workplace. The workshop is intended for social workers, addiction counsellors, mental health case managers, nurses, shelter workers, or anyone in a helping profession.

    REGISTER HERE

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May 24, 2019
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills

    May 23, 2019  9:00 am - May 24, 2019  4:00 pm
    Peterborough Lions Community Centre, 347 Burnham St, Peterborough, ON K9H 1T5, Canada

    REGISTER HERE

    Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills
    Cheryl Robinson and Katie Lamport | FourCAST

    This two-day interactive workshop will be delivered through the Question of Care project, in collaboration with FourCAST. Participants will have the opportunity to practice DBT skills, and will leave with practical tools they can apply in their workplace. The workshop is intended for social workers, addiction counsellors, mental health case managers, nurses, shelter workers, or anyone in a helping profession.

    REGISTER HERE

    See more details

May 28, 2019
  • Cultural Awareness Training

    May 28, 2019  9:00 am - 3:30 pm
    Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre, 580 Cameron St, Peterborough, ON K9J 3Z5, Canada

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    Cultural Awareness Training
    Kimberley Lamothe, Ryan Gray-Brady, and Teresa Nahwegahbow | Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre

    The CAT (Cultural Awareness Training) sessions are meant to provide an awareness about Indigenous people in Canada. Participants will have the opportunity to increase their knowledge, skills of the history, experiences, and events which have influenced the relationship of Indigenous people in Canada.

    The Indigenous population in Canada is the fastest growing population, the youngest, but also the most overrepresented population in the justice and child welfare systems. The goal of this workshop is to develop a knowledge base on Indigenous lived experiences and be able to support those individuals who are seeking your help and/or support.

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June 17, 2019
  • Understanding Opioids: Methods for Prevention & Response

    June 17, 2019  9:30 am - 12:00 pm
    Peterborough Public Health, 185 King St, Peterborough, ON K9J 2R8, Canada

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    Understanding Opioids: Methods for Prevention & Response

    More and more people are being poisoned by opioids. We need all hands on deck to turn that around.

    Learn how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose, including how to administer naloxone, a life-saving medication that can help temporarily reverse an opioid overdose. We will also cover concepts that impact opioid use, related harms, and the scope of opioid-related issues within the Canadian and local context. Participants will receive further information and resources on how to apply what they learn in various settings.

    This training is offered free-of-charge and is open to frontline workers, service providers, and staff.

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June 25, 2019
  • Cultural Awareness Training

    June 25, 2019  9:00 am - 3:30 pm
    Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre, 580 Cameron St, Peterborough, ON K9J 3Z5, Canada

    REGISTER HERE

    Cultural Awareness Training
    Kimberley Lamothe, Ryan Gray-Brady, and Teresa Nahwegahbow | Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre

    The CAT (Cultural Awareness Training) sessions are meant to provide an awareness about Indigenous people in Canada. Participants will have the opportunity to increase their knowledge, skills of the history, experiences, and events which have influenced the relationship of Indigenous people in Canada.

    The Indigenous population in Canada is the fastest growing population, the youngest, but also the most overrepresented population in the justice and child welfare systems. The goal of this workshop is to develop a knowledge base on Indigenous lived experiences and be able to support those individuals who are seeking your help and/or support.

    REGISTER HERE

    See more details