CES Sessions
All sessions are offered at no cost.

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05 Apr 2017

High Conflict Custody and Access/Parenting Disputes and Their Potential Impact on Children from the Perspective of Children's Counsel

Available until: September 1, 2017 - 1:00 PM

This session will present observations about High-Conflict Parenting disputes, why they are difficult to resolve, the nature of the individuals involved, how different professional groups perceive the disputes and the potential impact of these disputes on children.


12 Apr 2017

Oral Health in the Early Years

Available until: September 1, 2017 - 1:00 PM

Community Oral Health, Alberta Health Services has developed a video called 'Oral Health in the Early Years' Alberta Health Services recognizes the importance of oral health. Babies teeth are a very important part of their overall health and development. This presentation will teach caregivers about children's oral health in the preschool years.

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12 Sep 2017

Rage Age: How to Reach and Connect with Angry Adolescent Girls

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Aggressive angry adolescent girls are an increasing fallacy of female empowerment in our schools requiring intensive services and monopolizing crucial amounts of time by school staff. Gain insight and understanding of their provocative, self-destructive and conflicting behavior. Learn how to be a champion and create a dream team for these girls within your setting. Gain and practice tools on how to relate to and intervene with this hard to reach population to help them develop into resilient, competent young women.


22 Jun 2017

Eating Disorders, Body Image, & Youth

Available until: September 30, 2017 - 9:00 PM

In this interactive workshop, you will learn positive strategies to help youth develop a healthy body image, without focusing on weight. We will address risk factors, protective factors, and approaches to prevention and intervention for youth issues with body image, weight bias, and eating disorders. This workshop is recommended for parents, teachers, and other allied adults who work with youth.