The BC Council for Families recently hosted a free webinar presented by the Ministry of Health to introduce Journey to Perinatal Well Being, an online course designed to give public health nurses and other professionals working with perinatal women the tools to identify and support women with perinatal depression and anxiety.Read More
Journey to Perinatal Well Being: e-Tools and Resources to Identify and Support Women with Perinatal Depression and Anxiety is an online course, developed for public health nurses, but targeted, to support capacity to identify and respond to perinatal depression and anxiety. Access dates for the course are from February 1, 2018 to May 31, 2018. For more details, click here.Read More
The Early Years Conference 2018, taking place January 25-27 at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, focuses on Strengthening Resilience in Today’s World – Leading with Kindness and Understanding.Read More
The Dalai Lama Center for Peace & Education presents Heart-Mind 2018: Take Care of Yourself – The Science and Practice of Well-Being February 23-24 in Langley, BC.Read More
Register for the upcoming Vancouver Coastal Regional Training opportunity. PHAC will be sponsoring Vancouver Coastal AHS, CAPC, and CPNP program staff to attend Day 1 of the BCAPOP annual conference coming up in October. The registration deadline is fast approaching next week.
Save the date for the PHAC AHS, CAPC, and CPNP Vancouver Island Regional Training event taking place on February 19 and February 20, 2018. More information will be available soon!
A national training webinar is available (in English and French) on the new resource manual Building Connections: Using Trauma-Informed and Relational Approaches to Help Women and Children Experiencing Interpersonal Violence.Read More
Coming March 1-2, 2017, Side By Side: Strategies for Working with Vulnerable Fathers, a conference in Winnipeg for those working with fathers at risk.Read More
The Child Trauma Academy offers short, free online courses on topics such as brain development, childhood trauma, the cost of caring (secondary traumatic stress), and bonding and attachment in maltreated children.Read More
Save the date! Registration will open soon for the following PHAC CAPC, CPNP and AHS Regional Training Events.Read More
September is FASD Prevention and Support month in BC. MCFD are planning a 2-day training for key workers in Spring 2017 and are working jointly with the Canada Northwest FASD Partnership to plan a national symposium in Regina in 2017.Read More