FPS clinicians frequently provide training for child welfare, mental health and
criminal justice professionals locally, nationally and internationally.
FPS clinicians frequently provide training for child welfare, mental health and criminal justice professionals locally, nationally and internationally.
FPS provides consultation services to support and assist agencies with a range of issues such as program development, staff support and clinical case consultation.
This includes Brief Complex Case Consultation, which is a cost-effective, rapid-access service to assist agencies in getting “unstuck” in challenging, complex cases involving child protection concerns and determine next steps in case planning. A child welfare brief complex case consultation involves Forensic Psychological Services (FPS) reviewing case information provided by the Agency and then having a consultation meeting with the child welfare worker assigned to the case and their supervisor. These meetings allow for discussions related to case dynamics, evident vulnerability/risk factors and the Agency’s perceptions and planning considerations specific to the case, and a review of our clinicians’ opinions related to risk and risk management/child protection issues and associated case recommendations.
FPS offers training that is customized to fit the needs of your organization.
Winnipeg Child and Family Services, Rural Child and Family Services Organizations, Aboriginal Child and Family Services Organizations, Manitoba Provincial Advisory Committee on Child Abuse, Manitoba Provincial Child Abuse Coordinators, Ontario Child Welfare Agencies, Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Winnipeg Police Services, Manitoba Integrated High Risk Offender Unit, Calgary Police Services, Edmonton Police Services, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, The Canadian Police College, Interpol
Legal Aid Manitoba, Manitoba Justice – Prosecutions, British Columbia Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Ontario Attorney General Office – North Western Ontario Prosecutions, Public Safety Canada, Circles of Support and Accountability, Defence Counsel
Manitoba Justice – Probation Services and Department of Corrections, Intensive Rehabilitation Custody and Supervision (IRCS), Manitoba Youth Centre, Agassiz Youth Centre, United Church Halfway Homes, Department of Justice – British Columbia, Correctional Service of Canada, National Parole Board of Canada, Washington State – Department of Corrections
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Selkirk Mental Health Center, Manitoba Family Services and Housing, Manitoba Teacher’s Society, Occupational Rehabilitation Group of Canada, Manitoba Public Insurance, Workers Compensation Board, BC Mental Health & Addictions Services and Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, DSHS Division of Developmental Disabilities – Washington State, Forensic Services – Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, First Nations Communities, Community mental health professionals and social service agencies, Self-referrals
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