Clinical Education Program

The Clinical Education Program assists in the enhancement of staff competencies in professional development to improve their overall capacity to support children and families with mental health issues. As part of CASA’s role in the health and wellness of children and families in the community, we also work with community stakeholders in the sharing of resources and knowledge transfer.


Clinical Education provides onsite and offsite knowledge sharing through presentations, materials, research, program planning and development. Clinical Education works closely with CASA’s leadership, occupational health, patient safety, First Nations and human resources teams.


Program Goals

The Clinical Education Program is committed to providing CASA professionals and stakeholders with training that is evidence-based, trauma-informed, anti-oppressive, family-centered and based on best practices in mental health and wellness. Clinical Education provides knowledge towards competencies in the following domains:

  • Brain development and impact of trauma

  • Trauma informed care

  • Suicide prevention

  • Evidenced-based clinical therapies and interventions

  • Concurrent disorders

  • Family systems theory

  • Cultural competency

  • Child development

  • Child mental health

  • Pharmacological best practices in mental health

  • Psychological health and wellness

Our Team

The Clinical Education Program is comprised of a program manager, and one to two clinical educators that together form a 1.0 FTE.


Contact the Clinical Education Program

To request an education event, please fill out this form.