Attending this two-day course will train you to intervene with an individual who is suicidal.Continue readingASIST
The Canadian Mental Health Association across Alberta offers a variety of training, workshops and certifications on different topics and in different formats depending on your needs and time availability. Access our most popular programs in the sidebar, and follow the links below for details.
This half-day workshop is only for people with a valid ASIST certificate. This will allow you to renew your ASIST certification for a further two years.Continue readingASIST Tune-up
This groundbreaking certification training program is for individuals and consultants who want to help organizations improve psychological health and safety in their workplaces or implement the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (the Standard). This certification has been developed to provide an experiential learning opportunity for Advisors so they can […]Continue readingCertified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor Training
Compassion Fatigue (also called “the cost of caring”) can be experienced by people who work in environments where the chance of exposure to secondary trauma is very high. Examples of those who could experience compassion fatigue include: first responders, clergy, teachers, counselors, social workers, health care professionals, veterinarians and individuals who are the first point […]Continue readingCompassion Fatigue Training
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division is committed to supporting Alberta workers and employers as they strive for better mental health and implement the Psychological Health and Safety Standard (the Standard). In today’s reality, in-person training opportunities are difficult to facilitate. As we comply with Alberta Health Services COVID-19 recommendations—like physical distancing, mask […]Continue readingInterested in Workplace Training During COVID-19?
Little Cub is a one-day, discussion-based workshop examining suicide in Indigenous children and communities.Continue readingLittle Cub
Mental Health and the Workplace (3-hour workshop) Mental health at work is a crucial factor for employee wellness, engagement and creativity. Unfortunately, stigma around mental health challenges continues to persist, and open dialogue around creating mentally healthy workplaces is not yet seen as best practice. This 3-hour training provides organizations with the understanding and language […]Continue readingMental Health and the Workplace
A healthier workforce means a healthier bottom line. Not Myself Today® is an evidence-informed, practical solution that helps employers transform mental health at work. This workplace mental health initiative helps companies: Reduce stigma Foster safe and supportive cultures Build greater employee awareness and understanding of mental health Utilizing a comprehensive toolkit including eye-catching material, turnkey […]Continue readingNot Myself Today®
Albertans are facing widespread mental health challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division is dedicated to supporting Alberta’s communities and individuals as we move through the pandemic. Tim Neubauer, whose CMHA work focuses on community resilience and wellness, will host a 90-minute interactive webinar titled ‘5 Key Factors of […]Continue readingOvercoming Mental Health Challenges in a Global Pandemic
This online course for caregivers of Indigenous youth examines the specific protective and risk factors of Indigenous youth.Continue readingRiver of Life Online