Overcoming Mental Health Challenges in a Global Pandemic Webinar

Training Description

Albertans are facing widespread mental health challenges during COVID-19. CMHA, Alberta Division is dedicated to supporting Alberta’s communities and individuals as we move through, and recover from, the pandemic. The webinar focuses on five factors of disaster recovery for individuals and communities exposed to disaster and emergency situations. The webinar also covers how building support systems around individuals, families and communities allows for recovery. The webinar utilizes research-based tools and strategies to inform action, develop programs and implement community interventions.

Webinar Details

UPCOMING DATE | Tue, July 13, 2021

TIME | 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

COST | $25 per person

AUDIENCE | Workplaces & Community Members

DELIVERY | Online

ATTENDANCE NUMBERS | 12 to 50

DURATION | 90 Minutes

Learning Objectives

By the end of the training, participants will:
  1. Understand the impacts of disaster and emergency situations on our own mental health and wellness
  2. Learn ways to support individuals, families and communities, in the short and long term
Organizations interested in booking this webinar for groups of 25 or more, please fill out the form below.

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(587) 525-6135