ADRSK 2018 AGM & Workshop

ADRSK 2018 AGM & Workshop
ADRSK 2018 AGM & Workshop: Trauma Informed Practice, with Dr. McKay-McNabb



REGISTER NOW, and join us April 13th for our AGM & Learning Event: Trauma Informed Practice.  We have the good fortune of having Dr. Kim McKay-McNabb who will present a workshop on trauma informed practice. Areas that will be touched on include trauma awareness, connections between trauma and mental health and wellness, identifying trauma symptoms and when and how to adjust our approach with clients and colleagues.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS
This program is approved for 5.0 CPD Hours from the Law Society of Saskatchewan.

LOCATION

Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre (Courtyard Room)
2002 Airport Drive
Saskatoon, SK  S7L 6M4
General Phone #: (306) 242-1440

SCHEDULE
9:00am – 12:00pm     Workshop – Trauma Informed Practice with Dr. McKay-McNabb
12:00pm – 1:30pm     Luncheon, ADRSK AGM, and Report from Ministry of Justice “Legal Services Task Team” and “Access to Justice Initiative”
1:30pm – 3:30pm       Workshop – Trauma Informed Practice (continued)

FEES
Members:            No charge, but advance registration required
Non-Members:    $79.00 plus GST  (includes lunch)

HOW TO REGISTER
Members:            Please "Sign in".
Non-Members:   If you are already in our database, "Sign in" to your account. (Note: Your username is your e-mail address. If you are not sure, click "Forgot my password" to receive a link to create a login.)  If you are new to us, you will need to "Create an account" to complete your registration.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE
Tuesday April 10th

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY



Dr. Kim McKay-McNabb
is a First Nation woman from George Gordon First Nation. She completed her MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology. She has a diverse private practice, where she works with individuals, families and groups. Dr. McKay-McNabb specializes in culturally responsive therapies and trauma informed practice. She dedicates part of her practice to the families of the Missing and Murdered Women and Girls, mothers who have experienced children being apprehended and the rejuvenation of these families as well as working with the most vulnerable populations who struggle with substance use disorders. She is currently working on a Strategy for Suicide Prevention with the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, developing a Model of Care for a Family Wellness Centre with Muskowekwan First Nation and recently joined a team working on an Urban Indigenous Health Centre – each of these projects being the first of this kind in Canada.

Dr. McKay-McNabb has worked in several different capacities in her career including being an Assistant Professor in the Science Department at the First Nations University of Canada for eleven years, when she decided to leave and pursue her own practice. She has been the lead and co-lead in over fifty research projects over the past fifteen years with Indigenous health community-based projects. Much of the work that Dr. McKay-McNabb does is guided by Elders and Knowledge Keepers. She has numerous publications and is currently working on a book.  

Dr. McKay-McNabb has been recognized over the years for her commitment and dedication to the First Nation communities in Saskatchewan.  In 2004, she was presented with the “Circle of Honor Award” for Women’s Leadership presented by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN). In 2015 she was recognized once again for her commitment to education by being awarded the “1st Annual Strength of our Women Award” for Education presented by the Saskatchewan First Nations Women’s Commission through the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. Throughout her post secondary education she has been the recipient of several National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation Post Secondary Health Bursaries. She was awarded the Doctoral Award from Canadian Institutes of Health Research in 2006-2009.

She is a First Nations woman originally from Sakimay First Nation and when she married her husband of 27 years she became a member of George Gordon First Nation. Her family is very important to her and she would not be where she is today without them. They are her inspiration. She currently resides in Regina with her husband, Patrick and her two youngest children, Shay, Isaiah and she is a Kokum to three granddaughters Kearra, Irelynd, Knightly and a grandson Knox.

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Everyone is welcome to attend!  Please invite your contacts to attend also.

Note: ADRIC C.Med and Q.Med designation holders earn 12 CEE points.


When
4/13/2018 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Where
Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre (Courtyard Room) 2002 Airport Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6M4

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