Sangha, G. (2020). Racism in Canada and Implications for Clinical Practice. Graduate Diversity Class, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops.
Sangha, G. (2020). Cultural Competency and Diversity Training. Kamloops Women’s Shelter.
Bonnah, S. & Wade, A. (2020) Following Our Peoples’ Way: Building a Circle of Dignity and Justice project. Liard Aboriginal Women’s Society (LAWS). Watson Lake, Yukon.
Sangha, G. (2019). Contemporary Racism in Canada and Implications for Clinical Practice. Graduate Diversity Class, Heidelberg University, Germany.
Sangha, G. (2019). Racial Microaggressions and Implications for Practice. Interior Community Services, Kamloops, BC.
Sangha, G. (2019). Racial Microaggressions and Lived Experiences of South Asian Canadians. CRIEVAT Symposium. Laval University, Quebec City.
Coates, L., Bonnah, S. & Richardson, C. (2018). Beauty and the Beast: Misrepresentation and Social Responses in Fairytale Romance and Redemption. In C. Richardson & E. Fast (Eds). Life Matters : Acknowledging victim resistance and the power of social responses. International Journal of the Child, Youth and Family Studies, 10(1), 1-2. DOI: 10.18357/ijcyfs101201918803
Richardson, C. (2018). Islands of Safety Workshop. Alberta Congress of Social Workers. Edmonton, Alberta. March 24, 2018.
Bonnah, S. & Wade, A. (2018). Response-Based Practice in a Child Protection Setting. (Keynote Address). Department of Family and Community Services, New South Wales. Sydney, Australia.
Richardson, C. (2017). Islands of Safety. Annual Conference of the New South Wales Family and Child Services. Sydney, Australia. September 5 and 6, 2017.
Bonnah, S. & Carrier, R.C. (2015). Response-Based Practice with Aboriginal Children and Youth. BC Society of Transition Houses: Webinar.
Richardson, C. Organized Dignity 2015 in Duncan, B.C, a conference on dealing with violence.
Richardson, C. Organized the SSHRC-funded Responses to Interpersonal Violence conference at the University of Montreal, in 2016.
Richardson, C. Facilitated a two-day training in Pincher Creek Alberta for the Pincher Creek Women’s Centre, March 2016.
Richardson, C. Presented on “Islands of Safety and Response-Based Practice” for Dehcho Health and Social Services in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, December 2015.
Richardson, C. co-facilitated a two-day training “An Introduction to Response-Based Practice” with Renée-Claude Carrier, for Sken:nen A’onsonton in Kahnawake.