THE CANADIAN THERAPEUTIC RECREATION ASSOCIATION IS A NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PRACTITIONERS IN THE FIELD OF THERAPEUTIC RECREATION – INCORPORATED IN 1996.
Our Mission is to advocate for the Therapeutic Recreation Profession and our Membership.
Joining the Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association membership provides access to member only benefits like Job postings, CTRS database access, profession liability insurance…..
Please note that membership criteria and fees have changed for the 2015/2016 membership year ….
If you wish to post a Therapeutic Recreation job in our members only section (viewed by 700 potentially qualified professionals) contact: email@example.com
President – Crystal Watson
President Elect – Chris Richard
Past President – Doug Cripps
Secretary – Courtney Bartman
Treasurer – Heather Baker
Western Director – Jane Crawford
Prairie Director – Karla Nogue
Central Director – Jenna Johnstone
Atlantic Director – Carl Ings
Marketing Director – Glenn Skimming
Education Director – Tristan Hopper
Tanea Goncalves Forward
15th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (CCLR15) May 23-26, 2017
Hosted by The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo
on behalf of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies /Association canadienne d’études en loisir We are pleased to announce that Lenore Skenazy will be one of two keynote speakers at CCLR 15! Skenazy founded the book, blog, and movement, “Free-Range Kids,” which aims to “fight the belief that our children are in constant danger from creeps, kidnapping, germs, failure, and/or the perils of a non-organic grape.”
Submission deadlines are next week!
Please visit us at: http://uwaterloo.ca/cclr15.
Room 217 is excited to announce its 2016-2017 education programs calendar. Attached, please find a PDF that outlines all of our Music Care Certificate Program levels and dates, as well as an e-flyer of our Music Care Conference, schedule for Nov. 12 in Toronto.
NSRPH Annual AGM & Conference offers a unique learning opportunity for professionals, therapists, managers, programmers, volunteers & students. NSRPH has come a long way in 22 years and with this year’s theme the planning committee would like to focus on the importance of Re-Energizing, Re-Organizing and Motivating Recreation Professionals to stay current on trends, best practice and techniques that will create new opportunities for your Professional Practice.
TRJ is seeking manuscripts that address innovative uses and critical reflections upon a wide variety of technologies in therapeutic recreation. Manuscripts that address technology in research, education, and/or practice perspectives are highly encouraged. Additionally, qualitative, quantitative, and conceptual approaches are equally encouraged. Manuscripts are due by January 15, 2017.
TRO & CTRA have a number of upcoming webinars for all members and non-members. For more information and registration please go to the following link: Webinars