The Hincks-Dellcrest - Gail Appel Institute
The Hincks-Dellcrest - Gail Appel Institute offers advanced education to those who work with children and families in a variety of mental health care professions. The Institute offers a range of workshops, certificate programs, external training programs, and evening seminars that are available to clinicians, front-line workers, educators and parents looking to expand their knowledge and acquire new skills.
Training and learning opportunities are offered in a wide range of areas such as Trauma & Resiliency, DBT, CBT, Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Leadership & Professional Development, Mindfulness and Appreciative Inquiry to name a few.
See the full 2017 Academic Calendar on line by visiting www.hincksdellcrest.org.
A free, online resource connecting an international community of child and youth mental health professionals so that they may provide better services to children, youth, and families. Launched in 2013, Umind shines a light on promising practices in child and youth mental health through its webinars, site visits, training opportunities and most significantly, a Professional Resource Library of nearly 1,000 practical resources contributed by 120+ organizations across Canada and the United States.