Increasing mental health awareness, enhancing wellness and reducing stigma starts with all of us. CMHA York and South Simcoe offers our community a comprehensive education and training program designed to give you and those around you, the mechanisms to promote, support and achieve enhanced mental health wellness in your home, in the community and in your workplace.
That’s why we are helping to promote a new online program called LivingWorks Start – a simple, powerful online training program to help us recognize the signs of suicide and take meaningful action to protect others. To help reach more people with these life-saving skills, LivingWorks is offering this program at a reduced cost and is donating 25% of the proceeds to CMHA York Region South Simcoe to put towards the enhancement of our programs and services, so we can continue to ensure those in our community have access to the mental health support and treatment that they need. No matter who we are, every one of us can make a difference in Suicide Prevention. Sign up here
Looking for more mental health education for your workplace or organization? We have private virtual training opportunities available. For more info, please contact Catherine Matzig, Senior Director, Philanthropy at email@example.com
Shirley’s passion is to reduce the stigma of mental illness, to educate others, and to be part of the change in how we care for ourselves and others. Shirley has been enthusiastically facilitating workshops for the past 20 years and for the past 10 years has focused entirely on mental health and wellness with the Canadian Mental Health Association. She delivers a variety of workshops for both adults and youth including, Mental Health First Aid, Mental Health Works, A.S.I.S.T., Living Life to the Full, CHOICES, Why Try and the Responding with Respect Series of workshops. As an advocate for youth, Shirley delivers workshops in York Region and South Simcoe schools and at youth-serving agencies to promote youth wellness.
Ann is a skilled training professional with more than 25 years of experience in the field of training and development. For ten years Ann was National Division Manager and member of the North American Training Team for a Global Fortune 500 corporation, and was an instructor at Seneca College for three. Ann is a Life Coach, and has worked with the Canadian Mental Health Association as a Mental Health Educator in program development and facilitation since 2008. Ann leads our Workplace Mental Health Program, and is a certified instructor in Mental health First Aid, Living Life to the Full, Mental Health Works, and A.S.I.S.T.
If you need to change your plans after you have registered you may:
Designate a substitute to attend in your place, at no extra cost. Please notify us of the name of the person attending as soon as possible prior to the training date for which you registered. This will allow us to correct our records and minimize confusion at check-in.
Transfer to another workshop, provided that you notify us by fax or email at least 5 business days prior to the training date for which you have registered. We will not consider requests to transfer less than 5 days prior to a training date.
If you fail to attend your scheduled workshop without required notification as outlined above, your fee will be forfeited.
CMHA York Region and South Simcoe reserves the right to cancel or postpone workshops due to under-enrollment, instructor illness or inclement weather. If a workshop is cancelled, you may transfer to another workshop or receive a full refund. This is the only circumstance under which CMHA will issue a refund.