What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say

This webinar will provide you with a strategy for making it easier to participate in the
difficult conversations and respond to the difficult questions that often arise in healthcare
settings. Exlporing the VERS method (VERS: validate, explore respond and share)

Silence mental health stigma with compassion

Stigma around mental health can result in people feeling isolated and resistant to seeking support. Reducing stigma allows for a caring and non-judgmental response to our mental health, individually and collectively.

Mental Health and Resilience: Resources for Workers

The importance of mental health is becoming more and more clear in recent times and there are strategies that workers can take to improve their individual resilience. Learn about the signs and symptoms if someone is struggling, strategies for maintaining positive mental health, and the tools and resources available for workers to take care of themselves and to promote psychological health and safety in the workplace.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Learn practical strategies on how to support neurodiverse employees and colleagues to be successful on their job. This webinar is to assist human resource professionals, employers, supervisors, managers, co-workers, job coaches and counsellors.

Psychological health and safety in the workplace: Resources for Leaders

Psychologically healthy and safe workplaces play an integral role in maintaining the psychological health of workers. There are strategies that employers can utilize to improve organizational resilience. Learn about the mental health tools and resources that are available for leaders to help support workers and themselves, as well as the actions employers can take to promote psychological safety in the workplace.

Creating a Space to be Heard: How Care to Speak Can Help

Learn about the current wellness of today’s force in the healthcare sector from the perspective of Care to Speak. Our speakers will guide us on identifying burn-out and vicarious traumatization red flags and recommendations to support better and understand our teams.

De-escalation strategies for healthcare

Overworked and stressed already, healthcare workers often find themselves on the receiving end of the upset that patients and families are experiencing. In this interactive, reflective webinar, participants will learn practical strategies to help them de-escalate situations in which patients and family members are in distress.