The Mood Disorders Society of Canada is pleased to invite your organization to participate in the 3rd annual CANADIAN EDUCATORS CONFERENCE ON MENTAL HEALTH. This conference is being held at The International Centre in Toronto, Ontario – November 8-9, 2018 – watch this website for more information and updates.
We are bringing together 300+ educators and school board leaders to discuss mental health issues, learn about the latest research and best practices, and distribute tools, techniques and action plans to implement in their daily work with students! We look forward to you joining us in Toronto for this leading-edge conference!
We are pleased to announce that the conference will be held Thursday, November 8 and Friday, November 9, 2018 at THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE In Toronto.
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is tailored for – Teachers, Support Staff , Principals, Vice Principals, Administrators, Guidance Councellors, Superintendents, Directors and Trustees.
WHY YOU SHOULD PARTICIPATE
Network with educators and school staff from across Canada.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s workforce
– help ensure they receive the latest mental health tools and resources to remain healthy!
Build relationships in a NEW and unique forum.
QUOTES FROM HONOURED GUESTS:
In any given year, 20 percent of Canadians experience a mental health or addiction problem. Unfortunately, roughly half of these people will never seek help because of the stigma that surrounds mental illness and of the people who do seek help only half of them will find a viable solution. More needs to be done to educate on this topic and who better to do this then our teachers. As Canadians we benefit from spending a good portion of our lives with teachers and the Educators Conference is an excellent vehicle to provide these people with the tools they need to equip the next generation with the knowledge that will eventually stamp out stigma and improve the lives of Canadians living with mental illness.
-Daniel McCarthy, Senior Director, Lundbeck Canada
The Mood Disorders Society of Canada is committed to providing the very best experts in the field of Mental Health for Youth so that our Educators can continue to make a difference in the classroom and schools
-Dave Gallson, National Executive Director
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