Wed, May 10 - Thu, May 11 2023

2023 Symposium on Child and Youth Trauma,

Montreal, Quebec, Canada Montreal, Quebec, Canada

  • About the event

    On May 10-11, the Canadian Consortium on Child and Youth Trauma will be hosting the Annual Symposium on Child and Youth Trauma, broadcast online and held in person at the Palais des congrès of Montreal.

    This Symposium is intended for practitioners, clinicians, managers, policy makers, researchers and students interested in improving services to address trauma in children and adolescents. There are more than 20 fascinating presentations (both in English and in French) by experts in the field of child and youth trauma, including Judith Herman, Renee Linklater, and Pascale Brillon.

    Simultaneous translation available for some presentations and access to recordings of presentations for a set period of time after the Symposium. 

    Why should you sponsor?

    We envision a world where all children, youth, and their communities…
    - Have the opportunity to flourish to their fullest potential
    - Enjoy the full protection and promotion of their rights and best interests
    - Are recognized for their unique strengths and resilience
    - Have access to trauma-informed, healing-centered, rights-respecting, culturally-relevant resources and support!

    By sponsoring our event, you will be helping us achieve these goals, and we would put your logo on our flyer.

    Hunter Skahan

    Our mission at the Canadian Consortium on Child and Youth Trauma is to unify and enhance social responses to child and youth trauma through advancements in research, practice, policy, and law.

    We aim to improve the lives of children and youth impacted by trauma, and to strengthen individual, family, and community resilience.

    We are a network of researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, professionals, community representatives, and students from a diversity of key institutions and child, youth, and family service sectors.

    By joining together in our mission, we bridge provincial, sectoral, and language barriers that often create divisions and splinter progress.

    We learn from each other’s experiences and expertise and that of the communities we serve.

    We strengthen our capacity to advance research, practices, policies, and laws to improve the lives of children and youth impacted by trauma.


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  • 501-1000 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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