Free Monthly Webinars on Workplace Mental Health Promotion



Do you want to integrate psychological health and safety (PH&S) in the workplace? The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is hosting workplace webinars on the last Wednesday of every month at noon E.T. Sign up today for this series of free webinars designed specifically to discuss PH&S in the workplace.


Inspiration for a mentally healthy workplace
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
12 -1 p.m. ET

Learn how the Federal Public Service is making a difference ( English-language presentations, with bilingual English, French Q&A)

During this webinar hear from Jean-François Claude, a manager at Natural Resources Canada, who courageously shares his personal experience with mental illness and stigma.  Jean-François will talk about his journey to recovery following an unexpected and sudden leave of absence from work, the importance of workplace support, and how public servants are stepping out of the shadows and sharing their stories to stomp out stigma.

Jean-François will be joined by colleague Jennifer Hollington who will discuss her efforts in creating healthy and respectful workplaces.  Hear about the Changing our Organization through Respect (COR) initiative that she implemented while at Natural Resources Canada, as well as the work she is now involved in doing at Health Canada.

Jean-François and Jennifer will inspire you to take action and make a difference in your workplace.

Guest Speakers:

Jean-François Claude
Co-Founder and Speaker
Federal Speakers’ Bureau on Mental Health

Jennifer Hollington
Assistant Deputy Minister
Health Canada

Workplace webinars are for business owners, organizational leadership, occupational health and safety managers, human resource professionals, managers, employees and others.

This webinar will be presented in English with bilingual (English, French) Q&A. A recording and PowerPoint presentation will be available on the MHCC’s website in February 2017.

For more information contact:

Tina Kouri
Program Manager, Workplace
Mental Health Commission of Canada