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.

Don't forget to sign up for the next webinar!

Description: Individual characteristics, personal life, events, environmental factors, working conditions… It is sometimes difficult to identify the cause of workers’ mental health problems.

This webinar discusses the Salveo study, one of the largest Canadian studies of mental health in the workplace. Learn more about:

  1. The physiological response to stress exposure and impacts on mental health
  2. The work, non-work and individual factors that…

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: How childhood trauma affects brain development to influence mental health and addiction


Guest Speakers: 

Dr. Nicole Sherren

Cynthia Wild

Description: Join Jodie Golden from the Public Health Agency of Canada and Dr. Jijian Voronka from the University of Windsor to learn how to safely talk about suicide and mental health. Information will be provided to help participants gain the confidence necessary to learn from people with lived experience and engage in safe and meaningful conversations around suicide and mental health. 

Guest Speakers:

Jodie Golden,
Senior Policy…

Description: How to build a recovery-oriented care partnership with patients living with mental health and addiction issues

Guest speakers:

  • Howard Chodos,
    Ph.D.
  • Laurence Caron,
    Member of MHCC’s Hallway Group

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

Guest Speaker:

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