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Self-Injury and Suicide Presented by Klinic

In this workshop participants will explore what self-injury is and basic information that a service provider may want to know when supporting a client who is using self injury, such as: the prevalence of self-injury, common forms of self-injury, characteristics, and reasons why people may use self-injury. The topic of suicide will also be woven into the discussion. Trauma-informed practices, and guideline & suggestions for interventions will also be discussed.

Location: Viscount Gort Hotel, 1670 Portage Avenue
Date: March 9th
Time: 12:45-3:15pm

A coffee break will be included.

This event is free to MSCA members who are interested in attending. Capacity is limited to 45 persons.

Please download and complete the registration form below and return to jestewart@pembinatrails.ca.

Registration Form (PDF format)

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Board Meeting - April 20, 2017

Our next board meeting is at Andrew Mynerski School, 1111 Machray Ave., April 20th from 4:30pm- 6:30pm.

  • 4:30-5:30 presentation
    We will begin with an AFM presentation on Fentanyl, followed by a board meeting. Snacks will be provided.
  • 5:30-6:30 board meeting (optional to stay but we’d love to have you!)
  • Please RSVP to Jon Hasenak
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classroom2About MSCA

What Is MSCA?

The Manitoba School Counsellors’ Association (MSCA) is a special area group of the Manitoba Teachers' Society, made up of individuals working or interested in the field of guidance and counselling.

Our objectives are to promote and develop guidance and counselling services for children and youth, and to promote and provide training for school counsellors and professionals in related areas. MSCA provides an open forum and network for discussion of current issues in school counselling through our monthly meetings, quarterly journal and professional development opportunities.

Who Are We?

The MSCA membership includes people from a wide variety of professions including school counsellors, resource teachers, administrators, therapists, social workers, social service agency workers, vocational educators, vocational rehabilitation counsellors, career counsellors, university professors, and government officials. The association is comprised of a volunteer board.

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  •  Please visit our Awards Page for more information and application forms.