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Mediation - Facilitating Difficult Conversations - Edmonton

Edmonton, AB (March 31 - April1, 2015) - Workshop/Seminars
When two people are in conflict, the negative impact of the dispute typically affects more people than just the disputants. This skills-based workshop is designed to give participants the understanding to work with disputing parties to identify interests, clarify issues and work towards options for resolving the conflict.

Mediation - Facilitating Difficult Conversations - Calgary

Calgary, AB (April 1-2, 2015) - Workshop/Seminars
When two people are in conflict, the negative impact of the dispute typically affects more people than just the disputants. This skills-based workshop is designed to give participants the understanding to work with disputing parties to identify interests, clarify issues and work towards options for resolving the conflict.

Cybercounselling Level 1

Course is conducted entirely online (April 3 through June 25, 2015)
Cybercounselling Level 1 is a 12 week course designed for experienced counselling practitioners who want to be accessible to their clients via e-mail and chat. Completion of this course will provide the clinician with the necessary knowledge for delivering ethical impactful online counselling. The course is delivered in collaboration with the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto.

Autism - Strategies for Self-Regulation, Learning and Challenging Behaviours

Calgary, AB (April 7-8, 2015) - Workshop/Seminars, Credit Course
The primary focus of this workshop is to provide practical strategies related to working with high need individuals around self-regulation, learning practices and challenging behaviours. Participants will review a behavioral framework to provide effective strategies for each of these areas, which they will be able to adapt to their own specific environment and context.

Restorative Justice Facilitator Training - Banff

Banff, AB (April 8, 2015 - April 10, 2015)
Restorative justice is a response to harmful incidents that seeks the direct inclusion of all involved in efforts to meaningfully address the harm and foster renewed relationships. Drawing on the work of Canada's original restorative justice pioneers and best practices around the globe, this national training event will deliver the essential skills of convening harm-focused dialogue processes within organizational and educational settings.

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