Education Day: Building Resilience Through Co-Regulation – Daytime Session

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$95 includes lunch

This Event Will:

  • Help adults move from a “behavior management” approach to a self-regulation lens that emphasizes strategies to support the child in his/her environment
  • Promote understanding of how an adult’s state of calm or stress level affects a child
  • Help participants develop a restorative and self-care toolbox as part of an adult’s strategy to model self-regulation
  • Show benefits of co-regulation; adult to child, child to adult, child to child

Daytime Session Includes:

Dr. Susan Hopkins, Mehrit Centre

Dr. Susan Hopkins, Mehrit Centre – Keynote Speaker and Breakout Session Facilitator Dr. Susan Hopkins is the Executive Director of Dr. Stuart Shanker’s organization. Susan has been a teacher, school administrator, inclusive schooling coordinator, curriculum developer, educational researcher, and educational leader. She has worked in every area of education from the early years to post-secondary, from remote northern schools to the Department of Education.

Christy Hamill – Breakout Session Facilitator

Mental health Lead at North East Ontario School Authorities.
Child and Family Therapist, special interest in grief counselling with children and families.
Founder of Christy Hamill Consulting, 2015

Cathern Lethbridge – Breakout Session Facilitator

Simcoe County District School Board K-12 Principal of Well-Being.
Responsible for the development and implementation of programs that support the well-being of students and staff.

Purchase tickets: here

For further information please contact:
Joan Kennedy, Program Director at 705.721.5437 ext. 202 or via email at [email protected]

Should you require a subsidy to attend please contact:
Rowley Ramey, Managing Director at 705.721.5437 ext. 100 or via email at [email protected]


100 Caplan Avenue, Barrie, ON L4N 9J2

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