Training and Consultation Services

Training and Consultation

Training and Consultation Services

Hull Services offers training and consultation to professionals and organizations using our deep experience as a leader working in children's mental health.


The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics is a developmentally-informed, biologically-respectful approach to working with at-risk children. The Neurosequential Model is not a specific therapeutic technique or intervention; it is a way to organize a child’s history and current functioning. The goal of this approach is to structure assessment of a child, the articulation of the primary problems, identification of key strengths and the application of interventions (educational, enrichment and therapeutic) in a way that will help family, educators, therapists and related professionals best meet the needs of the child. Hull Services is Canada’s only flagship site for the ChildTrauma Academy (CTA) in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics following more than two years of intensive certification and thousands of personnel hours dedicated to master the core concepts and implement NMT in our clinical setting, Now Hull Services is ready to offer your organization training in this leading edge approach.

Please contact Dr. Emily Wang for more information at t: 403-251-8090 or e: 


PATHS® is a researched-based, violence prevention program that promotes social skills, enhances academic achievement and prevents bullying. This program, which has been developed and refined through nearly 30 years of research, is grounded in social and emotional learning.

PATHS® can be implemented in a variety of settings such as elementary schools, preschools, daycares and after-school programs. The elementary school curriculum is developed for children from Kindergarten to Grade 6.

Certified PATHS® Trainers from Hull Services provide training and support to teachers, principals, school support staff, daycare and after school care professionals.

For more information please contact Kathleen Hagan at t: 403-207-2515 or e:

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