The MHCC holds regular webinars in many different areas of mental health. Visit the past webinars to download the webinar materials and view the webinar presentation video.

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Description: The #MeToo movement has made people aware of the scale and impact of harassment in the workplace. Be it sexual or psychological, harassment has devastating effects on people, teams, organizations and society. The Mental Health Commission of Canada and Groupe Enterprises en Santé present this webinar to help participants learn more on how to improve harassment prevention practices and promote healthy and safe workplaces.

Guest Speaker:

Stress, the Brain & Mental Health Hygiene

Description: This webinar presentation, which will be delivered in English, will enable participants to understand the different types of stress, our brain’s response to stress, as well as how to adopt positive mental health hygiene practices. 

At the end of the presentation, participants will be better positioned to understand the steps they can take and habits that can be adopted in order to maintain strong…

Description: Join Dr. Yvonne Bergmans from the Arthur Sommer Rotenberg Suicide and Depression Studies Program to learn about safety planning and how it relates to suicide prevention. Dr. Bergmans will guide participants through a suicide prevention safety plan template and go in depth about what to incorporate and how to best use this template.

Food for thought: A youth perspective on recovery-oriented practice

Description: How is recovery-oriented practice unique when working with youth?  And what types of services would best support youth on their journey towards recovery?  Join us for this webinar on youth recovery-oriented services.  This panel discussion will help unpack some of these complex questions to discuss how youth would like to be engaged in and receive recovery-oriented mental health and…

Description: The UK and Australia introduced nationwide programs to increase access to psychotherapies. So, what can Canada learn?

Guest Speakers:

Dr. Mary Bartram, PhD,
independent researcher and former Director of the Mental Health Strategy, MHCC