|Presented by:||Dr. Don Castaldi|
|November 18, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
|November 19, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
|Location:||School of Hope-Brady Center|
|5212-Railway Ave, Vermilion, AB|
SIVA (Supporting Individuals Through Valued Attachments) is a Canadian-created safety management course for mental health professionals, residential care providers, educators and caregivers responsible for individuals with special needs who engage in unsafe behaviours. SIVA’s holistic relationship-based model effectively utilizes collaboration, goal-direction, self-management and healthy empowerment to strengthen relationships and create safety. Thousands of professionals and caregivers have embraced the SIVA model as their training program of choice. SIVA has been described as “a refreshing alternative to crisis focused programs.” SIVA is recognized by the Canadian Accreditation Council and agencies who have completed C.A.R.F. (Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accreditation have received an exemplary designation for their use of the SIVA program.
During the 2-Day Training Course participants will receive guided instruction and hands-on experience in learning the hallmark philosophy, guiding principles and applied modules of the SIVA Program.
The following are the core modules of the SIVA Safety Management Program:
-Self-Care; identify and manage compassion fatigue through self-introspection and support system
-Proactive Safety Management Evaluations
-Development of Collaborative WISE Plans
-Development of Communication Skills that are goal-directed and build upon Collaborative WISE Plans
-Emergency Safety Interventions for those situations that present an imminent risk of harm to self or others
-Post interventions Management through environmental safety, debriefing and incident report writing
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Dr. Don Castaldi
Dr. Don Castaldi has over 25 years of experience working with people of all ages with severe psychopathology, neuro-developmental challenges, addictive / obsessive behaviours and those who have endured and perpetrated abusive acts. He has been celebrated in Canada and the United States for his knowledge, insight and ability to understand complex cases and transform direct care into collaborative goal-directed models for change. Throughout all of Dr. Castaldi’s clinical and forensic work, the understanding of resilience, relational dynamics and the building of collaborative, sustainable models of support have been paramount.
Registration Deadline: November 13, 2019
Registration Fee: $385.00
Registration includes a continental breakfast and lunch for both days.