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Natalie Gisele Durand durand2n2@yahoo.ca

Summary of Qualifications          

In 2nd year of Bachelor of Education Child and Youth Care Counsellor Diploma Suicide Intervention training CPR Level C & Standard First Aid Aboriginal Awareness training Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training Exceptional communication skills Flexible, adaptable, ethical and punctual Success both as a team member and on an individual basis 8 years of experience working with children and youth

Education & Training  2012- Present Bachelor of Education – University of Regina  2013 Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training - YWCA  2013 CPR Level C & Standard First Aid – Canadian Red Cross  2008 Response Abilities Pathways (RAP) Training – RBE  2006 Child and Youth Care Counselling Diploma – Mount Royal College  2006 Aboriginal Awareness – First Nations Network Evaluation Service  2005 Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training - Suicide Prevention Training Programs  2003-2007 Personal Development Seminar – Choices Adventures of a Lifetime  1998 Baby Sitters’ Training Course – Saskatchewan Safety Council Related Experience 2013

Casual Child Care Worker – YWCA  Work on a casual basis with Kits, Parker Place and Evergreen homes.  Therapeutically care for children and help them develop new coping strategies.  Be flexible, adaptable and communicate effectively to rest of team.

2008- 2012

Educational Assistant – Ranch Ehrlo Society  Work with youth 11-15, who are experiencing extreme behavioural difficulties.  Work with the teacher in developing Individual Education Plans (IEP’s) for all the students.  Aid the teacher in classroom planning and implementing.

2007-2008

Special Education Assistant – Regina Public School Board  Worked with children from grade 1-8, experiencing learning difficulties.  Assist children in ways that are suitable to their learning abilities.  Build relationships with the children so they may have a positive educational experience.


2007

Youth and Family Counsellor – Exceptional Needs U-12 Program  Worked with children under 12, with severe mental health issues.  Taught life skills, and relationship building and repairing.  Worked with children on modifying severe behaviours.  Modeled a positive, trusting and loving environment.

2007

Community Aid Worker - Courtney Roma (Private Practice)  Worked with a 4 year old boy on behaviour modification.  Organized outings in order to normalize environment.  Focused on appropriate social behaviours.

2005-2006

Youth Counsellor - Rundle & Canyon Meadows Group Homes  Provided youth ages 13 to 17 with counselling and mentorship.  Collaborated with youth on stabilizing their behaviours, so they could transition back into their home environments.  Encouraged positive attitude through the promotion of positive life goals and choices.

2005-2006

Behavioural Therapist (Practicum) - Janus Academy  Provided one on one behavioural therapy to autistic students within a school environment.  Responsible for aiding in the development of IPP (Individual Program Plan) goals.  Built meaningful and trusting relationships with students.

2005-2006

Youth Mentor - Progressive Steps  Provided 24 hour, live in support to teenage mothers and their children.  Facilitated positive relationship building, within clients support network.  Fostered knowledge through providing child care guidance and direction.  Demonstrated an environment filled with patience, understanding and care.

2004.2007

Volunteer Training Assistant - Choices Adventures of a Lifetime  Five day personal development seminar for adults; seven day camp for teenagers.  Motivated and encouraged adults and teens to live their best life.  24 hour support within both seminars.  Demonstrated commitment, care and a non-judgemental attitude.



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