October 20, 2018 – Becoming a Behavioural Detective: Supporting Young Parents and their Children to Recognize, Express and Regulate Emotions

NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.

This event takes place on day two of the APSYP Conference 2018

Inspiring the Heart, Regulating the Body: Enhancing Social-Emotional Learning in Young Parent Programs

The only conference of its kind in BC that targets the professional development needs specifically of Young Parent Program staff! The focus of this year’s conference for The Alliance for Professionals Serving Young Parents is emotional regulation and social-emotional wellness. Collaborating with the North Shore Neighbourhood House to provide this professional development opportunity.

DATE AND TIME: Saturday, October 20, 8:30-3:30

AGENDA (Day Two of Conference) 

8:15 AM: Saturday only registration and chance to connect with other YPP staff over light refreshments.

8:30 – 11:30: Workshop sessions include but may not be limited to:
Becoming a Behavioural Detective: Supporting Young Parents and their Children to Recognize, Express and Regulate Emotions (note, this is a full day workshop with Kim Barthel)
safeTALK (increase your awareness of suicide and learn how to recognize and support persons who may have thoughts of suicide)

11:30– 12:45: Sandwich lunch, included in conference rate

1:00 – 4:00: Workshop sessions include but may not be limited to:
Becoming a Behavioural Detective: Supporting Young Parents and their Children to Recognize, Express and Regulate Emotions (continuation of morning workshop)

 

LOCATION:

North Shore Neighbourhood House ,
225 East 2nd St, North Vancouver, BC

 

CONFERENCE FEE: 

$170.  before September 19, 2018
$200. after September 19, 2018

 

REGISTRATION:

For more information, please email Jennifer at jenniferw@bccf.ca

 

SPONSOR: 

B.C. Council for Families & North Shore Neighbourhood House