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Protecting the Psychological Health and Safety of Volunteers

Description: Volunteers come from all walks of life. This means a percentage of them will have lived experience with addiction, trauma or mental illness. Others will be struggling with personal, financial or health issues. Join MHCC and Mindful Employer Canada to explore strategies that can be used to improve the psychological health and safety of your organizations volunteers.

Protecting the…

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…

Choosing the Right Innovation

This webinar will explore how to select an appropriate innovation to bring about positive change in your organization or community. Whether you’re thinking about using a product, action or service as your innovation, join us for this webinar to learn to about implementation science tools such as the Hexagon and Practice Profile that can help you to implement your innovation successfully. 

Implementation of good practices in suicide prevention in Quebec : an innovative project

Description: This French webinar allows participants to learn about implementation of good practices in suicide prevention in Quebec: an innovative project. Dr. Julie Lane will touch on the suicide prevention initiatives in Quebec, the winning conditions for changing practices, and their impacts on suicide prevention.

Guest Speakers:
Dr. Julie Lane,
Assistant…

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…

Funding Expanded Access to Psychological Interventions

Description: Expanding access to publicly funded psychological interventions can improve mental health outcomes, quality of life, and offset costs in other areas. To do this, we must consider potential funding approaches in the Canadian context. Join Dr. Howard Chodos as he explores funding approaches to expand access to psychological interventions: insurance funding (IF) and grant funding (GF). This webinar…