Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM EDT
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CPRI, Zarfas Hall 
600 Sanatorium Road
London, ON N6H 3W7

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Standard: $145  Early Bird: $135

Group: $125  Student: $105

OTN: $269/camera


Latisha Anderson 
CPRI Education 
519-858-2774 x5554 

Creating Trauma Informed Environments: For Decision Makers

Dr. Maggie Bennington-Davis, MD, MMM


Appropriate for decision makers in education, youth justice, child welfare, and children’s mental health, this day-long program will begin by describing the impact of trauma and violence on the developing brain, and teaching about the Adverse Childhood Experiences study; then linking this information to the work we do. There will be time for reflection on how this information pertains to us as we attempt to deliver services and on the cultures in which we work. Later on in the day there will be specific examples of trauma informed practices and an opportunity to reflect on how these and others may be helpful to those we serve, our organizations, and ourselves.


Dr. Bennington-Davis is currently the Chief Medical Officer at the Health Share of Oregon, and has worked previously in numerous leadership roles including Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare and  Medical Director of Psychiatry at Salem Hospital. Maggie is also an Associate Clinical professor at Oregon Health Sciences University since 1994, and has helped develop training and education for cultural change through the Evolutions in Healthcare program which she co-founded. She is also Co-creator of The Engagement Model, based on Dr. Sandra Bloom’s Sanctuary Model. Dr. Bennington-Davis has helped Oregon’s largest coordinated care organization (Cascadia) stabilize its finances and operations while improving quality, and remains closely engaged in Oregon’s health transformation process. 

The 2016-2017 CPRI Professional Education workshops are expected to fill quickly and many sell out.  Register early to avoid disappointment.  Pre-registration with payment is required to secure a space.  

For student rate of if you prefer to register offline Download this form and follow the instructions. This form may be submitted via fax, e-mail, or regular mail.  Copy of a valid Student ID card must be sent with registration to receive the student rate of $105.

The views and opinions expressed by presenters do not necessarily state or reflect those of MCYS/CPRI. MCYS/CPRI does not promote, endorse, or recommend any specific products, processes, or services. 

Note: This event will also be available through the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) $269 per camera. To book your site, please complete the form above or contact the Education Department's Administrative Assistant, Latisha Anderson at 519-858-2774 ext. 5554 or by email at cpri.educate@ontario.ca