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: This webinar will discuss depression and burnout in the workplace. Participants will learn about:

  • The rise in absences from work due to depression or burnout in Québec and Canada
  • Past and present: Suffering because of work – physical and mental overexertion
  • Reining in the growing impact of work – worker and employer-led initiatives
  • Stigma when returning to work after taking time off to deal with depression or burnout…

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:

Mental health data systems remain patchy and incomplete. Some of the best data comes from physician billing systems, hospitals, and Statistics Canada’s community health surveys. But there are still many aspects of mental health and addiction (MHA) services that are not measured. And, we have yet to reach agreement on a framework needed to measure progress across a broad continuum of services.

To this end, we invite you to hear from Dr. Carol…

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: This French webinar allows participants to better appreciate and understand some key principles of coaching someone toward recovery. After talking about hope in the first webinar, then self-determination in the second and full citizenship in the third, discussed different points of view on collaborative work between native and non-native speakers in the fourth- let`s take a look at the structural changes needed…

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