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Introduction to Promoting Positive Mental Health Download as iCal file
Thursday 28 June 2012, 13:00 - 15:00

"There is no health without mental health."

Mental health promotion strategies are relevant for all members of society and apply across the lifespan and a wide range of settings. Promoting mental health is a shared responsibility requiring active participation of many sectors beyond health and depends on intersectoral strategies. A wealth of evidence is now available with respect to the factors that lead to positive mental health as well as what governments, organizations, and communities can do to contribute to positive mental health.

In its third iteration, this introductory webinar presented by the CAMH Resource Centre has been updated to include new tools, resources and reports released since June 2011. It will provide an overview of mental health promotion concepts, strategies and evidence-informed practices and will introduce participants to resources and practical tools to support the promotion of mental health in a variety of settings.

Marianne Kobus-Matthews

Marianne Kobus-Matthews is a Senior Health Promotion Consultant at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She provides training to a range of professionals, and assists in the development of resources to support communities in their prevention, health promotion and harm reduction efforts. Marianne is CAMH's lead on a series of e-guides that provide evidence-based approaches in mental health promotion across the life span.

Tamar Meyer

Tamar Meyer is a Health Promotion Consultant at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She works with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and HC Link to support health promotion and public health audiences around 3 priority areas: mental health promotion, substance misuse and tobacco cessation.

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