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The Working Mind: Reduce Stigma, Increase Resiliency, and Promote Workplace Mental Health and Wellness

Description: Each year, one in five people experience a mental health problem or illness. The stigma often associated with mental health problems and mental illnesses prevents many people from getting the help they need. This webinar focuses on The Working Mind, an anti-stigma and mental resiliency workplace program for a wide array of workplace sectors.

Guest Speakers:

  • Laura Smith, Workplace Health Promotion Coordinator, Capital District Health Authority,
  • Claudia Canales, Manager-Workplace Projects, Opening Minds, Mental Health Commission of Canada
  • Andrew Szeto, PhD, Research Scientist, Opening Minds, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary

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