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Ian Robertson is a certified adult educator, advanced clinical supervisor and trainer in:

  • Becoming a Trauma-Informed Agency
  • Clinical Practices for Relapse Prevention from Addictions
  • Cognitive Behavioural Training for Beginners
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Developing Clinical Skills for Grounding Techniques
  • Trauma specific training in: assessment, treatment planning, building safety, flashback management, managing mood regulation, grounding techniques, reprocessing, sleep hygiene, and restoring safety with the outside world

 Ian has presented the following training and education: 

  • Overview of Mental Health, Members Assistance Program, Niagara Falls, 2017
  • Motivational Interviewing, Laurier, Addiction Studies Certificate, 2016
  • Mindfulness and Pain Management, Barrie, Institute of Addiction Studies, 2016
  • Being a Mindful Therapist, Barrie, Institute of Addiction Studies, 2016
  • Trauma-Informed and Addictions Practices, Laurier University, Addiction Cert. Program at School of Social Work, 2016
  • Grounding Techniques & CBT for Beginners, Thunder Bay, 2015
  • Grounding Techniques & CBT for Beginners, Kettle Point Health Services, Kettle Point, 2015
  • Managing Conflict Through Temperament (True Colours), MAPP, Niagara Falls, 2015
  • Motivational Interviewing: The Nuts and Bolts, Sioux Lookout, 2015
  • Trauma-Informed Organizational Practice, Sioux Lookout, 2015
  • Trauma-Informed Practices and Addictions, Laurier University, School of Social Work, 2015
  • Organizational Trauma Informed Practices, Bethleham Place, St. Catharines, 2015
  • Grounding Techniques & CBT for Beginners, Thunder Bay, 2015
  • Ground Techniques & CBT for Beginners, Kettle Point Health Services, Kettle Point, 2015
  • Managing Conflict Through Temperament (True Colors), MAPP, Niagara Falls, 2015
  • Motivational Interviewing; The Nuts & Bolts, Sioux Lookout, 2015
  • Trauma-Informed Organizational Practice, Sioux Lookout, 2015
  • Implementing DBT Into Substance Abuse Clinical Practice, Institute of Addiction Studies, Barrie, 2014
  • Trauma-informed Clinical Practices Within Addiction Services, Laurier University School of Social Work; Addictions Certificate Program, Kitchener, ON, 2014
  • Threat/Risk Community-Based Protocol Training, Sault St. Marie Community Agencies, Sault St. Marie, 2014
  • Trauma-Informed Clinical Practice & Trauma Assessment, Sioux Lookout Hospital, Sioux Lookout, 2014
  • Clinical Skill Development – Level 2, De Novo Treatment Facility, Sundridge, ON, 2013
  • Relapse Prevention: A Recovery-Enhancement Strength-Based Perspective, Institute of Addiction Studies, Barrie, 2013
  • Effect Community-Based Collaborative Assessment and Response for Children at Risk to Self or Others, Canadian Association of Continuing Health Education Conference (CACHE), Vancouver, 2013
  • Shifting Tides: Standardizing a Collaborative Model Of Care For An 85 Bed Psychiatric Unit, Canadian Association of Continuing Health Education Conference (CACHE), Vancouver, 2013
  • Trauma-Informed Investigations, Ryerson University Security and Investigations Department, 2013
  • Crisis Intervention and Emergency Response, Community Counselling, Elliott Lake, 2013
  • Trauma-Informed Practices: An Approach To Care For Addiction Services, De Novo Treatment Facility, 2013