REGISTER NOW: September 18, 2014 “Grief, Trauma and Healing”

Join Ottawa Victim Services & CRCVC for an interactive workshop with Dr. Lori Triano-Antidormi in Ottawa on September 18, 2014.

Lori is a Registered Psychologist and works in private practice in Hamilton, Ontario. She has an interest and expertise in the area of grief and trauma, providing counselling to individuals who have been impacted by a violent crime, a traumatic incident, and/or who have experienced a significant loss.

Lori’s son, Zachary, was murdered in 1997 and she is a former Board Member of Niagara Victim Services. She is currently the Professional Consultant to Bereaved Families of Ontario, Hamilton-Burlington Chapter, where she provides clinical direction and training of volunteers.

Please join us for this training opportunity to learn from Lori about grief, trauma and healing. Police officers, victim service providers, advocates, hospital staff, counsellors, Crowns, policy makers, researchers & others who work with victimized groups will be benefit from this interactive workshop.

The Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime offers support, research and education to survivors and stakeholders.

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