April 22-24, 2022
- Location: Online
- All sessions are recorded & available for a 60 day viewing period
- Certificates of completion for continuing education
- Speakers are all experts in their respective field; many are best-selling authors
- Several speakers are local to Alberta and are available for follow-up presentations post conference to districts in the province
Contact Phone Number: (800) 301-1152
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Link: https://instituteofchildpsychologyconference.com.
Mental Health has often been positioned globally as the second pandemic, making the need for mental health education more critical than ever. The Institute of Child Psychology is passionate about equipping the adults in a child’s life to foster long-term wellness outcomes in children.
After 7 sold-out conferences, the Institute of Child Psychology continues striving to provide parents, caregivers, and professionals with a diverse group of experts to help support children struggling with mental health. ICP’s annual three-day symposium will take place April 22-24, 2022. This global event brings together thousands of people from every corner of the world.
The Institute of Child Psychology has introduced a slate of new topics from navigating stress and building powerful relationships, to helping children with anxiety and low self-esteem — the conference will explore many of today’s most significant challenges facing our youth. Our conference is keynoted by 3 prestigious speakers: world renowned experts in the field of children’s mental health and New York Times Best-Selling authors and clinicians: Dr. Jennifer Mullan, Dr. Rick Hanson, and Dr. Tina Payne Bryson. These dynamic presenters will bring their expertise and decades of experience as they provide unparalleled keynote addresses. They will also be joined throughout the weekend by other renowned professionals such as Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Dr. Lawrence J. Cohen, Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart, Dr. Becky Kennedy, Dr. Jenny Woo, Kim John Payne, & many more.
This full weekend event is not a collection of one-hour topics; but instead, focuses on half and full day workshops that are brimming with the latest research, tools, and strategies. These workshops are accredited through the Canadian Counseling & Psychotherapy Association and certificates for continuing education are available to participants. The Institute’s vision is that parents and professionals will walk away from the conference with a toolbox of new ideas and strategies to help children reach their fullest potential.
Childhood Anxiety; Childhood Trauma; Parenting with Healthy Boundaries; Talking to Children About Race and Discrimination; Navigating Blended Families; Talking to Youth about Relationships, Sex, and Consent; The Principals of Playful Parenting; Hunt, Gather, Parent; The Fourth Trimester; Shame Proof Parenting; The Dance of Attachment; Therapeutic Play; The Naturopathic Perspective; Navigating the Teenage Years; The Trauma-Informed Classroom; Simplicity Parenting; Understanding Deeply Feeling Kids; The Self-Driven Child; & How to Support Children’s Social and Emotional Development