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Funding Expanded Access to Psychological Interventions

Description: Expanding access to publicly funded psychological interventions can improve mental health outcomes, quality of life, and offset costs in other areas. To do this, we must consider potential funding approaches in the Canadian context. Join Dr. Howard Chodos as he explores funding approaches to expand access to psychological interventions: insurance funding (IF) and grant funding (GF). This webinar will explore what it would take to meet unmet needs, and explore policy considerations in the Canadian context.

Guest Speakers:

  • Howard Chodos, Ph.D., Independent researcher and former Director, Mental Health Strategy, Mental Health Commission of Canada
  • Moderated by Steve Lurie, Executive Director, Canadian Mental Health Association, Toronto branch

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