Workshops 2018

Do you live or work with an individual who has a developmental disability?

Do you have questions or concerns about his or her behaviour?
Are you trying to cope while waiting for a consultation from a Behaviour Therapist?

One or more of these workshops may be of help to you.

The following workshops are 3-6 hours of in-class work accompanied by homework and reading material.

Mediators such as parents, guardians, babysitters, and contract works are encouraged to attend. Various proven behavioural strategies will be discussed, and participants will be assisted with the design of their own sample behaviour program.

Various proven behavioural strategies will be discussed and participants will be assissted with the design of their own sample behavior program.


5770 Hurontario Street., Suite 101
Mississauga, Ontario
L5R 3G5


$10.00 per workshop to be paid on the day of the workshop

To register please call:

905-712-4124 ext. 0

Currently Running Workshops

Behaviour Management

  • This workshop is for mediators and will introduce basic techniques of behaviour management. The techniques focus on teaching new behaviours or replacement skills and reducing behaviours that are problematic.

Emotional Regulation

  • This workshop is for mediators and will focus on identifying the possible triggers of aggression, and discussing coping strategies such as relaxation techniques, and encouraging self control through incentives.

Toilet Training

  • This workshop will provide mediators with simple, positive strategies to help the individual achieve success with day time and night time toilet training.

Client Group Sessions

  • The availability of these workshops depend on sufficient enrollment and staff availability. Click for more details. 

Mediator Sessions

  • The purpose of this workshop is to provide information to mediators on how to implement the Circles Program themselves. Click for more details.

ASD Social Skills Group

  • This workshop is offered by Peel Behavioural Services and Christian Horizons to individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (including Autism, PDD and Aspergers disorder) for ages 10-17. The objective of the group is to provide respite for family members and social skill development for individuals with ASD.