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Feb. 24: Workshop: Aboriginal health; Ontario Hospital Association; Ottawa; 416.205.1362

Feb. 27: Workshop: Volunteerism; Ontario Hospital Association; TorontO; 416.205.1362

Feb. 28: Seminar: Strategic IT planning for decision makers in the nonprofit sector; Nonprofit Management & Leadership Program, York University York University, at North York, Ont., Canada; nondenominational; coeducational; founded 1959 as an affiliate of the Univ. of Toronto, became independent 1965.  Schulich School of Business; Toronto; 416.736.5092

Mar. 1: Workshop: Assessing parent capacity; Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto Research at the University of Toronto has been responsible for the world's first electronic heart pacemaker, artificial larynx, single-lung transplant, nerve transplant, artificial pancreas, chemical laser, G-suit, the first practical electron microscope, the first cloning of T-cells, ; Toronto; 416.978.3259

Mar. 1-2: Workshop: Gestalt Gestalt (gəshtält`) [Ger.,=form], school of psychology that interprets phenomena as organized wholes rather than as aggregates of distinct parts, maintaining that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.  Hot Seat; Gestalt Institute; Toronto; 416.964.9464 x22

Mar. 3-4: Workshop: Group facilitation; ICA Ica (ē`kä), city (1993 pop. 108,724), capital of Ica dept., SW Peru, on the Pan-American Highway. It is a commercial center for the cotton, wool, and wine produced in the region. There are several summer resorts nearby.  Associates Inc.; Ottawa; E-mail ica@icacanmca

March 3-4: Conference: Conditional release and community; Solicitor General An officer of the U.S. Justice Department who represents the federal government in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The solicitor general is charged with representing the Executive Branch of the U.S. government in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
 Canada; Montreal; 613-998-3617

Mar. 4: Workshop: Ontarians with disabilities program; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Mar. 4-7: Nonviolent Crisis intervention crisis intervention Psychiatry The counseling of a person suffering from a stressful life event–eg, AIDS, cancer, death, divorce, by providing mental and moral support. See Hotline. [R] Training; Thunder Bay Thunder Bay, city (1991 pop. 113,946), SW Ont., Canada, on Thunder Bay inlet of Lake Superior. The city was created in 1970 by the amalgamation of the twin cities of Fort William and Port Arthur and two adjoining townships. ; Crisis Prevention Institute; crisisprevention.com; 800-558-8976

Mar. 5: Workshop: Hospital capital project delivery; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Mar. 6: Workshop: Health care legal issues; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Mar. 8: Workshop: Stress reduction using mindfulness meditation; Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto; Toronto; 416.978.3259

Mar. 8-9: Workshop: Roles and responsibilities of board and executive director; Centennial College; 416.289.5300

Mar. 14-15: Workshop: Behind the mask, identifying and transforming blocks to performance; Gestalt Institute; Toronto; 416.964.9464 x22

Mar. 17-18: Rotman Research Institute Conference; Neuroimaging of cognitive functions; Baycrest and the Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry, University of Toronto; Toronto; 416.785.2500 x2363

Mar. 18-21: Nonviolent Crisis intervention[R] Training; Calgary; Crisis Prevention Institute; crisisprevention.com; 800-558-8976

Mar. 18: Workshop: Conducting surveys & focus groups; Toronto; Centre for Research & Education in Human Services; general@crehs.on.ca

Mar. 19-20: Workshop: Facilitated planning; ICA Associates Inc.; Edmonton; Janice Borejko; 780.675.5024

Mar. 20-21: Workshop: team leadership; ICA Associates; Toronto; 416.691.2316

Mar. 21: Ontario Self-Help Network Conference; Toronto; 888.283.8806

Mar. 21-24: Conferrence: Immigration immigration, entrance of a person (an alien) into a new country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence. Motives for immigration, like those for migration generally, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important.  and diversity; Prairie Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration and Metropolis Centres; Edmonton; pcerri@ualberta.ca

Mar. 21-30: Madness & arts world festival, Toronto, www.camh.net/madnessandarts/index.asp

Mar. 23-25: Conference: Hospice Palliative Care palliative care (paˑ·lē·ā·tiv kerˑ),
n an approach to health care that is concerned primarily with attending to physical and emotional comfort rather
; Humber College Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning (generally referred to as Humber) is a college in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Humber provides over 350 programs including: bachelor’s degree, diploma, certificate, apprenticeship and postgraduate programs. ; Toronto; 416-675-6622 x4559

Mar. 23-26: International Conference; Toronto Association of Fundraising Professionals; frp@expoedge.com

Mar. 25: Workshop: Finance for non-financial people; Ontario Hospital Association; London; 416.205.1362

Mar. 25-28: Nonviolent Crisis intervention[R] Training; Ottawa; Crisis Prevention Institute; crisisprevention.com; 800-558-8976

Mar. 27-28: Research conference on social inclusion; Ottawa; Canadian Council on Social Development and Human Resources Development Canada “HRDC” redirects here. For other uses, see HRDC (disambiguation).

The Department of Human Resources Development, also referred to as Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC), is a former department of the Government of Canada.
; 613-722-8796

Mar. 29: Workshop: Multi-systemic practice with high-risk youth and families; Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto; Toronto; 416.978.3259

Apr. 3-5: Conference: Violence and health; Sexual Assault Centre and Women's Abuse Response Program; BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre; Vancouver; elaine@cehs.ubc.ca

Apr. 7-9: Workshop: Financial management & budgeting; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Apr. 9: Workshop: Health care technology; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Apr. 10: Workshop: Pioneering leadership in difficult times with Margaret Wheatley; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

Apr. 10: Workshop: Health care legal issues; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Apr. 10-11: Workshop: Facilitating conciliation conciliation: see mediation. ; Calgary; ICA Associates; 780.675.5024

Apr. 14: Workshop: Human resources; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Apr. 14: Workshop: Early intervention ear·ly intervention
n. Abbr. EI
A process of assessment and therapy provided to children, especially those younger than age 6, to facilitate normal cognitive and emotional development and to prevent developmental disability or delay.
 with high risk families; Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto; Toronto; 416.978.3259

Apr. 14: Workshop: The choreography of pain- and how to change the dance with Marlene Hunter; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

Apr. 14-15: Quebec Conference on Elder Abuse Elder Abuse Definition

Elder abuse is a general term used to describe harmful acts toward an elderly adult, such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional or psychological abuse, financial exploitation, and neglect, including self-neglect.
: Montreal; Foundation for Vital Aging, Institute of Social Gerontology gerontology: see geriatrics. , Email: pva2003eap@jpdl.com

Apr. 14-16: Workshop: Principles and applications of health law; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

Apr. 20-24: International Adventure Therapy Conference; Victoria; www.3iatc.com

Apr. 23: Workshop: Reality therapy-the clinical application of choice theory with William Glasser; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

Apr. 25: Workshop: Emotionally focused therapy
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 for individuals and families with Sue Johnson; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

Apr. 25-26: Seminar: Policy and research issues; Metropolis International; Niagara Falls Canada; http://www.acsaec.ca

Apr. 26: Workshop: Assessing parenting capacity II; Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto; Toronto; 416.978.3259

Apr. 27-May 1: Workshop: Dispute resolution skills; Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University; Kingston; 613.533.6628

Apr. 28-30: Workshop: Managing human resources; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

May 1: Workshop: Leadership coaching in the workplace with Timothy Bentley; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 1-2: Workshop: Administrative professionals; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

May 2: Workshop: Interpersonal Therapy of Depression with Laurie Gillis; Leading Edge-Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 3: Workshop: Understanding and mitigating the effects of separation and divorce on children; Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto; Toronto; 416.978.3259

May 6: Workshop: Success strategies for support staff with Marilyn Laiken; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964,1133

May 6-8: Workshop: Applied research methods; Ontario Hospital Association; Toronto; 416.205.1362

May 9: Workshop: Updated approaches to wife abuse with Barbara Pressman; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 10-13: Conference, Canadian Public Health Association, Calgary 613-725-3769

May 11-14: World Congress on Child & Youth Health: Vancouver; congress@venuewest.com

May 12: Workshop: Cognitive therapy cognitive therapy
n.
Any of a variety of techniques in psychotherapy that utilize guided self-discovery, imaging, self-instruction, and related forms of elicited cognitions as the principal mode of treatment.
 for anxiety disorders Anxiety disorders

A group of distinct psychiatric disorders characterized by marked emotional distress and social impairment, including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
 and depression with Martin Antony; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 12-13: Workshop: Effective meetings; ICA Associates Inc.; Toronto; 1.877.691.1422

May 15-16: National Rehabilitation Nursing Conference: Ottawa; 613.225.143

May 15-17: Conference: Participatory democracy and social change: local and global perspectives; Metropolis International; Toronto; tic@oise.utoronto.ca

May 15-18: Conference: Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention; Iqaluit; 867.979.5281

May 16-23: Conference; The International Association for Public Participation; Ottawa; 800-644-4273

May 20-23: Conference, Canadian Counselling Association, Toronto, 902-491-3529

May 22: Workshop: Essential skills of group work with Lawrence Shulman; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 22-23: Workshop: Small hospitals; Ontario Hospital Association; Ottawa; 416.205.1362

May 23: Workshop: Effective proposal writing with Fred Ashbury; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 27-30: Prior Learning Assessment Conference; Belleville ON; First Nations Technical Institute First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI), an Aboriginal owned and controlled post-secondary institute, was created in 1985 through innovative and dynamic partnerships between the Tyendinaga Mohawk Council, FNTI Board of Directors, Indian & Northern Affairs Canada, and the ; 613.3966.2122

May 29-30: Workshop:--Dialectical behavior therapy behavior therapy or behavior modification, in psychology, treatment of human behavioral disorders through the reinforcement of acceptable behavior and suppression of undesirable behavior.  with Shelley McMain/Lorne Korman; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 29-30: International Conference: Human services in rural communities; Metropolis International; Halifax; clews clew 1  
n.
1. A ball of yarn or thread.

2. Greek Mythology The ball of thread used by Theseus to find his way out of the labyrinth.

3. clews The cords by which a hammock is suspended.
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