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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Want to create a workplace mental health strategy but don’t know where to start? Wondering how to make the case with your senior management on what difference it will make? Then this webinar is for you!

Developing a plan to improve employee mental well-being signals how much an employer values its people, helps reduce stigma, and creates a culture of support - all of which have proven benefits for employees and the organization. It can be as straightforward as planning for…

Psychologically Healthy Workplaces, Trauma, and Resilience

Description: During this webinar Dr. Jeff Morley will touch briefly on Canada's National Standard for Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace, then focus on risks to workplace psychological health including Primary Trauma, Secondary Trauma, Compassion Fatigue, and Organizational Stress.  The session will conclude with latest science, research, and best practices for personal and professional…

Learn about the Opening Minds Provider Attitudes Toward Opioid Use Scale (OM-PATOS), geared to those in the helping professions that may respond to or care for people living with opioid use or at risk of overdose or poisoning: paramedics, fire or police services workers, health-care and social-care providers, pharmacists, counsellors, etc. Discover how to use the scale to evaluate and assess the impact of stigma reduction initiatives and hear about the MHCC’s work to assess opioid stigma…

This webinar presentation will highlight the findings from the local-level evaluation in Tasmania, including considerations with implementing a systems-based approach (LifeSpan) at a community-level, and recommendations for future suicide prevention planning, particularly in regional and rural areas, and working with vulnerable population groups.

Learn more about the Mental Health Commission of Canada's multi-year project to better comprehend and address mental health- and substance use-related structural stigma in health care. Viewers will increase their understanding of structural stigma, learn about its sources and consequences, and gain insights into how it can be addressed.

Guest Speakers:

  • Heather Stuart, PhD, FRSC, C.M., Queen's University 
  • Jamie Livingston, PhD, Associate Professor,…

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