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Training and Conferences

*PersonBrain Model of Trauma Informed Care Training

The Person Brain model is a NeuroRelational model (a model based on understanding how the brain works and the importance and impact relationships can have on a person’s development), developed but Dr. Paul Baker. It is a positive, strength-based model and Trauma-informed. The primary purpose of the model is to provide persons working with children and youth with ways to fulfil their children/youths needs by tapping into the power of relationships.

  • The PersonBrain Model is practical and comprehensive
  • Appropriate for Educational, Residential, Youth Corrections, Group Homes and Foster Care
  • Relevant for those working with persons with trauma or mental health, brain injury and intergenerational trauma
  • Provides participants with practical skills
  • Provides a structure compatible with a wide variety of interventions, helping to integrate an organizational or team approach into one coherent model
  • Brings staff teams together with shared language and a common approach to quality services
  • Encourages Positive Behavior Change in organizations

Training Day 1:

  • Safety, Significance, Respect & Relatedness
  • Trauma, Chaos, and Stress
  • Hope and The Adaptive Brain & Body
  • The Therapeutic Alliance
  • Developing Trust & Respect
  • Embedding Cultural Considerations
  • Attunement, Bonding, and Attachment
  • Brain System’s and Behavior Change
  • Transformation and Resilience
  • The Six “Reimbursement’s”

Training Day 2

  • Using Novelty & Optimism
  • Survival, Emotional and Logical Systems
  • The Power of Experience and Change
  • Emotional and Behavioural Regulation
  • Relational, Generational & Historic Trauma
  • NeuroRelational Suport Plans and Planning
  • Understand the ways that personal and societal attitudes affect views on suicide and interventions


*ASIST – Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Aim: ASIST teaches participants to recognize when someone may thoughts of suicide and work with them to create a plan that will support their immediate safety. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

  • Understand the ways that personal and societal attitudes affect views on suicide and interventions
  • Provide guidance and suicide first aid to a person at risk in ways that meet their individual needs
  • Identify the key elements of an effective suicide safety plan and the actions required to implement it
  • Appreciate the value of improving and integrating suicide prevention resources in the community at large
  • Recognize other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self care