Upcoming 2019 Webinar Schedule

Here’s what we have on our schedule. Dates and times will be confirmed in the coming weeks and registration will be open.

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CYC Relational Approach to ABA - image of notebook and womens hand writing with a penCYC Relational Approach to ABA

This webinar will take the guesswork out of data collection and help you to add meaning and significance to the data you collect. We’ll delve into the intersection between Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and the Relational Framework and how data can be used to strengthen your CYC practice.

Presented by: Coura Niang

Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019, at 11:00 am EST

Domain of Practice: Developmental Practice Methods

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Fostering Resilience in Children

In this webinar, you will gain a deeper understanding of resilience, learn about some of the barriers to resilience, and ways to foster resilience in latency-aged children.

Presented by: Natasha Halliday, MA, CYC

Date: Saturday, April 20, 2019, at 11:00 am EST

Domain of Practice: Applied Human Development

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Creating a Safer Community: Learning the language and skills of intervention

This webinar provides participants with the knowledge, skills, and sense of responsibility to safely and effectively intervene in potentially dangerous situations and offer support to those that have experienced sexual violence. A range of problematic behaviours will be explored and we’ll examine effective means of de-escalating situations, educating peers and supporting those impacted.

Presented by: Matty Hillman MA, CYC

Date: Friday, April 12, 2019, at 2:00 pm EST

Domain of Practice: Relationship and Communication

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FASD: Strategies for CYC Service Providers

In this webinar, we’ll discuss learning and behavioural characteristics of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and discuss strategies for CYC practitioners to help manage behaviour and support children to find success.

Presented by: Holly Thompson

Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Domaine of Practice: Applied Human Development


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Making the CYC Resume Work for You!

Write a resume that gets attention and helps you get the job you want!

In this webinar, you will learn how to write your resume to highlight your strengths in the CYC Domains of Practice, identify key areas CYC employers are assessing to determine if you are the right fit for the job advertised, and how to structure your resume to get read and invited for an interview.

Presented By: Deb Cockerton BST, CYC

Date: Saturday, April 27 at 10:00 am EST

Domain of Practice: Professionalism

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Coming in May

Responding to Disclosures from Children, Youth and Families

Presented by: Teresa Fraser, CCW, CYC-P, M.A. Certified Play Therapy Supervisor, RP, MA, RCT, Trauma and Loss Clinical Specialist

Testifying in Court

Presented by: Teresa Fraser, CCW, CYC-P, M.A. Certified Play Therapy Supervisor, RP, MA, RCT, Trauma and Loss Clinical Specialist

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Utilizing Trauma Informed Mindfulness in Your CYC Practice

Presented By: Annu Gaidhu, MA CYC, BA CYC, E-RYT® 200

Utilizing trauma-informed principles, this webinar will introduce participants to the benefits and cautions of using mindfulness training with individuals, families and communities who have experienced or been affected by trauma. Through an interactive session, you will practice specific mindfulness skills that respond to trauma symptoms and learn strategies to establish safety when delivering mindfulness-based interventions and approaches with clients.

Domain of Practice: Developmental Practice Methods

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Strategies for Anxiety Disorders in Children and Youth

Presented by: Deb Cockerton BST, CYC and Kaila McAnulty, B.A. Psych, M.Ed Counselling

Many children and youth are fearful of or are avoiding experiences due to anxiety. This webinar is designed to provide you with practical information, tools, and strategies for working with children and youth who are experiencing anxiety.

Domain of Practice: Applied Human Development


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