Evidence Based Interventions for Traumatized Children and Adolescents - November 10, 2017

A one day Child and youth focused workshop facilitated by Liana Lowenstein, MSW, RSW  

Working Hard to Engage Children and Adolescents: I don’t want to talk about it - November 9, 2017

A one day Child & Youth focused workshop facilitated by Liana Lowenstein, MSR, RSW  

2 Day Trauma Competency Training -Traumatic Stress, Grief and Loss - October 30 & 31, 2017

A two day clinical focused workshop delivered by Trauma expert and author, Eric Gentry, PH.D., LMHC  

Attachment and Developmental Trauma - October 25, 2017

Working with and Managing Trauma: September 21, 2017

Working with and Managing Trauma: A practical skill based guideline for clinical case managers - September 21, 2017 See link for more information  

RESOLVE Call for Abstracts: Deadline September 20, 2017

RESOLVE Manitoba is now accepting proposals for its upcoming Research Day on Friday October 20th, 2017 in Winnipeg at the University Centre (located at the University of Manitoba). The theme this year is Trauma Informed Treatment, Intervention and Prevention. Deadline for submissions is September 20th, 2017.  Please forward all submissions to Jane Ursel at or the RESOLVE Manitoba office at or fax (204) 474-7686.  Please direct any questions to Jane Ursel at or (204) 474-8979 or Cyndi Porcher at (204) 474-8965 or RESOLVE is a tri-provincial prairie research network that seeks solutions to violence and abuse. RESOLVE’s research mandate primarily focuses on violence involving women and girls, however, we conduct research on all forms of family violence in the broader context of communities and schools. Another of RESOLVE’s central mandates is sharing and disseminating research results. RESOLVE hosts an annual research day to showcase research and evaluations that address violence and suggest better ways to prevent and intervene to assist victims and create meaningful societal change. They are inviting academics, community organizations and government/officials or policy makers to share their research initiatives and results. Research topics may include (but are not limited to):

  • violence against girls or women
  • youth violence
  • elder abuse
  • violence and diversity
  • violence prevention
  • the criminal justice response to domestic violence
  • victim or offender treatment
  • legislative approaches to domestic violence
  • evaluations of programs that address or prevent violence
  • the Legacy of Residential Schools and their intergenerational impact.
  They are looking for completed research projects or presentations that describe interesting elements of the research project (such as challenges, successes, partnerships).  

Understanding Trauma at its Heart with Gabor Mate. March 6, 2017

Connecting Trauma Theory, Policy and Practice Forum 2014

Save the Date: November 3rd and 4th 2014 at the Delta Hotel Winnipeg Manitoba

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Compassion Fatigue & The Myth of Normal Workshop

On January 30th and 31st 2014 Dr. Gabor Mate will be facilitating a workshop “Compassion Fatigue & The Myth of Normal” sponsored by Knowles Centre. For more information please click the link:

John Briere Workshop Notice

On September 30, 2013, Dr. John Briere will be leading a Workshop on Trauma & Mindfulness:  Working with the Paradox of Pain.  Click on the John Briere Workshop Notice for details.

Klinic Community Health Centre and Saint Elizabeth Launch Online Training

On May 30th Klinic Community Health Centre along with Saint Elizabeth launched an online training: Trauma Informed Relationships: Building Safety and Trust Course.

Mental Health Crisis Response Centre (CRC) Opens

On May 28th the Mental Health Crisis Response Centre (CRC) opened in Winnipeg Manitoba at Bannatyne Avenue and Tecumseh Street.

2013 Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention


Creating New Pathways:  Trauma-Informed Approaches to Suicide Prevention

Winnipeg, Manitoba
October 1 & 2, 2013

The theme of the 2013 CASP conference focuses on resiliency in the face of trauma.  Psychological trauma is frequently at the heart of many of the social issues and problems that challenge our society and there is now a well-established link between trauma and suicide.  For more conference details, go to:

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