TRAINING

Our training is accessible and provides knowledgeable, practical solutions for front-line workers, supervisors, law enforcement, social workers and others regarding best practices for working with vulnerable people and diverse populations.

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A Self-Care Starter Kit: An Essential Survival Tool for Helping Professionals

The most important part of coping with the intensity of the work is to acknowledge its impact on mind, body and spirit. Participants will have the opportunity to explore and share self-care strategies within a holistic framework.

Working with Multicultural Families Experiencing Family Violence

Participants will develop a better understanding of the migration pathways, settlement challenges, and significance of immigration status of immigrant and refugee families. They will also examine culture and power dynamics in these families.

Supporting Your Muslim Clients

This workshop aims to provide frontline workers, counsellors, chaplains, and other care providers with the essential knowledge of Islam and Muslims that will better enable them to provide culturally sensitive care to diverse Muslim clients.

Unpacking Hate Crime: Hate, Bias, and Community Expectations

This workshop will focus on the distinction between hate crimes and hate incidents in Canada. This often creates confusion, mistrust, and feelings of resentment between communities impacted by hate and the police.

PARTNERSHIPS & SPONSORSHIPS

REACH Edmonton is a collaborator with the following groups in the development and distribution of training opportunities.

Trauma Informed Edmonton

Trauma Informed Edmonton (TIE) is a network of organizations and helping professionals who have aligned their efforts to deliver effective training and develop/distribute resources on trauma for front-line workers and policy makers.

Centre for Race and Culture

CFRAC is a trusted source for generating, gathering, and sharing reliable and accurate information on anti-racism.

CMHA Recovery College Edmonton

Recovery College Edmonton is part of a provincial project to bring peer-centered recovery supports to communities. All of their courses are developed and delivered in partnership with their peer supporters who are experts by experience: they have their own personal story of a mental health or substance use concern, or are supporting a loved one.

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CONTACT

Suite 901, Baker Centre
10025 - 106 St.
Edmonton, AB T5J 1G4

 

Phone: 780.498.1231
Fax: 780.498.1266
Email: info@reachedmonton.ca
Open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.