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Becoming a Behavioural Detective: Understanding and Supporting Complex Behaviour

  • Elements Casino, Platinum Room 1708 Island Highway Victoria, BC, V9B 1H8 Canada (map)
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A tuned-in caring person can have a profound healing impact upon children and adults who have experienced any form of developmental trauma, grief, loss, or separation. Discover how this attuned relationship is “therapeutic” and capable of rewiring old neuronal networks and behavioural patterns at any age.


This workshop will be of interest to caregivers, social workers, teachers, early childhood educators, counsellors, clinicians and other service providers.

Information:

Registration:

FREE for Foster Parents, Adoptive Parents, and Ministry of Children and Family Development professionals. Lunch included. For all other professionals, the cost is $50.00 for the full-day workshop and lunch.

For early registration information contact: Janet Christie at sicoord@fpsss.com

Presented in partnership with:

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Earlier Event: November 25
Decoding Autism
Later Event: January 12
Becoming a Behavioural Detective