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Conference Presentations

Ian has presented at several international, national and regional conferences. He continues to be active in providing ongoing contributions to new clinical treatment methods and practices within academia and community-based organizations. He is recognized in trauma-informed practices, trauma treatment, mental health and addictions. Ian is regularly sought after to provide training and consultation for moderate to large organizations to assist with policy, practice and staff development. He has presented on the following topics:

  • 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: Trauma-Informed Organizational Practices, DeNovo Treatment Facility
  • 2012: A Multi-Disciplinary Community Based Model For Effectively Assessing, Intervening and Planning For Youthe At Risk, National Conference [Canada] fr Suicide Prevention, Niagara Falls, ON.
  • 2012: Motivational Interviewing: The Nuts & Bolts, Institute of Addiction Studies Conference, Barrie
  • 2012: Motivational Interviewing and Mental Health, Niagara Health SysteM
  • 2011: Trauma-Informed Organizational Practices, Niagara Withdrawal Management Services
  • 2011: Working With Concurrent Disorders: The Chicken Or The Egg, Niagara Withdrawal Management Services
  • 2011: Using Restorative Practices As An Effective Collaborative Community Based Intervention For Youth Who Are Offending Or At-Risk, 13th World Conference of the International Institute of Restorative Practices, Halifax, NS.
  • 2010: Trauma-Informed Guided Assessment For Youth Presenting With Significant “Threat/Risk” Behaviours: A Multi-Demensional and Multi-Systemic Approach, National Conference [Canada] for Suicide Prevention, Nova Scotia
  • 2010: An Overview of Children’s Mental Health, Niagara Regional Police Services
  • 2009: Canada’s Youth Criminal Justice Act and Conferenciong: A Community-Based Intervention for Youth Who Have Offended, 12th World Conference: Restoring Community in a Disconnected World, Bethleham, Penn., USA.
  • 2009: Navigating the System- Panel Discussion: Tune-in to Mental Health and Addictions
  • 2009: Challenges To Policing Youth With Co-morbid Mental Health And Behaviour Disorders, Niagara Regional Police
  • 2004: Forgiveness: Is It A Real Therapy, Insitute of Addictions Studies Conference, Barrie, ON.
  • 2004: The Social Construction of Addictions, Medialle College, USA, 2004
  • 2003: An Overview of Substance Abuse Strength-Based Interventions, Niagara Regioan Community and Social Services
  • 2002: Unlocking The Doors To Addictions: A Foucaultian Perspective, Medialle College (Graduate Program)
  • 2002: The Choices Program; Motivating Change, Timiskaming Public Health Depratment and Addiction Services
  • 2000: Working With Individual’s In The Precontemplative Stage Of Change,Corrections Ontario
  • 1999: Working With Individual’s In the Precontemplative Stage Of Change, Peel Region Addictions Services Network
  • 2001: Ethnocentrism Within A Multicultural Society, Niagara College
  • 2017:  1 Day Training on Relapse Prevetion & Recovery Enhancement Approach, Hincks-Dellcrest (May 18th, 2017)
  • 2017: Trauma & Addictions: A Trauma Informed Approach to Care, Laurier University (June 8th – 9th, 2017)
  • 2017: Building a Trauma Informed Model of Care, John Howard AGM (June 21st, 2017)

If you are interested in contacting Ian about presentations please use the contact form.