The Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project hosts monthly webinars featuring presenters from across Canada. Webinars are on a range of topics based on the needs and interests you have identified as being important. Webinars offer practical and actionable strategies or resources that you can use in your work to promote, support and treat the mental health of immigrants and refugees.
These one-hour webinars include a 30-minute presentation by professionals in the settlement, social or health services sectors followed by a 30-minute "Q&A" session where we encourage you to ask questions, pose scenarios and to generally discuss your practice with these experts in the field.
Join us in our upcoming webinars! Registration is easy and free.
The National Newcomer Navigation Network: A tool to support Connection, Learning and Collaboration across Sectors to Improve Social and Health Outcomes among Newcomers to Canada, August 17th, 2021 1:00-2:00pm EST, with Christine Kouri, BScN, MHA, Manager, Health Equity and Diversity, Sahar Zohni, MD, MHA, Project Manager, National Newcomer Navigation Network, and Mariah Maddock, MPH, Project Coordinator, National Newcomer Navigation Network, CHEO -- Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
Counseling and Psychotherapy for Government Assisted Refugees: A University – Service Provider Collaboration in Windsor, Ontario, September 15th, 2021 1:00-2:00 pm EST, with Dr. Ben C. H. Kuo, Professor of Adult Clinical Psychology, University of Windsor and Registered Psychologist and Marcela Diaz, Manager of Settlement and Integration Programs, Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County.