An inclusive community with mental health and wellbeing for all necessitates a mental health education strategy to end stigma and increase knowledge, support and understanding for people living with mental illness, and their loved ones. We offer a variety of education opportunities suitable for people with lived experience, family members, professionals, students and the general public. Below are links to often requested options, however if you have a custom request please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-432-1607 x 6321.
Seasonal Program Guide
Mental Health Works
Mental Health Works are a series of workshops that provide person-centered, evidence based, solution focused information specifically geared towards mental health in the work place. The aim of these workshops is to create and promote a culture of awareness, safety and acceptance that allows employees and employers alike a more qualitative work life experience. Each workshop focuses on a specific mental health related issue, demystifies it and provides practical, useful information to support all affected. The Mental Health Works series provide the necessary tools and confidence to effectively create positive changes related to mental health in the work place.
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Our free seminars cover a diverse range of mental health related topics (depression, stress management, grief following suicide loss, bipolar disorder, etc.) and last from 1 – 4 hours in length. They are often held at locations within the community such as library, community centre etc,. To run a free seminar we require a minimum of 8 participants.
Speakers and Information
We have speakers available to present at events and share information about our services. To request a speaker or information table, please complete our Information Request Form.
Approximately once a month we send an email about upcoming education opportunities. Sign up.