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CNAR 2024 Master Class: Trauma-Informed Professional Regulation

Updated: 4 days ago

CNAR Pre-Conference Master Class, October 7th

These workshops will support regulators to develop and elevate their practices in trauma-informed, human-centered professional regulation. Delegates have the option to register for the full-day workshop - or just the morning or afternoon as a standalone workshop.



MASTER CLASS (AM) OPENING SPEAKER: Dr. Lori Haskell

Dr. Lori Haskell

Dr. Lori Haskell is a clinical psychologist who splits her time between delivering professional training and educational presentations across Canada and her clinical private practice. She is a nationally recognized expert on trauma and abuse, and on trauma informed approaches to mental health service delivery and on legal responses.


In December 2022, Dr. Haskell was appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada, which is an honour given for outstanding achievement and service to the nation. Dr. Haskell received this honour for her outstanding contributions to trauma-informed approaches to mental health service delivery and legal responses.


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Master Class I (AM) Critical Foundations in Trauma-Informed Regulation Speakers:

  • Cathy Pappas Director, Registration, College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants

  • Jenna Smith Manager, Professional Conduct, College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario

  • Eric de Sa Data Scientist, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario

  • Shelley Ball BA (Hons), JD, Lawyer and Principal, Shelsu Pacific Consulting Inc.

  • Megan McCarrell RM, MPH, Director of Professional Practice and Policy, College of Midwives of Ontario


Master Class II (PM) Trauma-Informed Practice in Professional Regulation Speakers:

  • Dean Benard President and CEO, Benard + Associates

  • Dr. Derek Puddester Deputy Registrar, Complaints and Practice Investigations, College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia

  • Eden Dales Social Worker and Director, Eden Dales Social Work (EDSW)

  • Michelle Ouellette Public Support Advisor, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia





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