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Tammy Monro

Tammy Monro

MHFA Supporting Older Adults - August 24&25

The Mental Health Commission of Canada reports that one in every five Canadians experiences a mental health problem within a given year. While we often know a lot about physical illness, there tends to be less knowledge about mental health or substance use problems. This lack of understanding leads to fear and negative attitudes towards individuals living with these problems. It prevents people from seeking help for themselves and from providing appropriate support to people around them. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the support provided to a person who may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a mental health crisis. This virtual course consists of 1 self directed online module and 2 facilitator led sessions.

Cost: $175 


MHFA - Supporting Older Adults Virtual is the help provided to a person who may be experiencing a crisis or a decline in their mental well-being. The course is designed for people who have frequent contact with older adults, for example, family members, friends, public and private caregivers, community health workers, and volunteers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize signs that an older adult may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a crisis
  • Initiating conversations that encourage an older adult to talk about a mental health problem
  • Discussing professional and other supports that could help with recovery to improved mental well-being
  • Assisting in a mental health or substance use crisis situation
  • Checking in with one’s own mental well-being and take action as needed

MHFA Supporting Youth - July 27&28

The Mental Health Commission of Canada reports that one in every five Canadians experiences a mental health problem within a given year. While we often know a lot about physical illness, there tends to be less knowledge about mental health or substance use problems. This lack of understanding leads to fear and negative attitudes towards individuals living with these problems. It prevents people from seeking help for themselves and from providing appropriate support to people around them. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the support provided to a person who may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a mental health crisis. This virtual course consists of 1 self directed online module and 2 facilitator led sessions.

Cost: $175 


MHFA - Supporting Youth Virtual is an entry level workshop designed for those who have frequent contact with young people ages 12 to 24. It is designed to help recognize when a youth is developing a mental health problem. However, the course also provides some useful information on how to assist a young person who has a history of a mental illness or longer-term mental health and/or substance use problems, as well as how to support a young person in crisis.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognizing signs that a young person may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a mental health or substance use crisis
  • Initiating conversations that encourage a young person to talk about a mental health or substance use problem
  • Discussing professional and other supports that could help with recovery to improved mental well-being
  • Assisting in a mental health or substance use crisis situation
  • Checking in with one’s own mental well-being and take action as needed

ASIST - November 24&25

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day accredited workshop designed to increase risk recognition and intervention skill levels of teachers, outreach workers, health workers, social workers, human resources personnel, etc. ASIST is an intensive, interactive and practice-based course designed to provide intervention skills to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is the most widely used, acclaimed and researched suicide intervention training workshop in the world.

Cost: $275 

Learning Objectives:
The goal of ASIST is to enhance a caregiver’s abilities to assist a person at risk to avoid suicide.  By completing the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize that caregivers and persons at risk are affected by personal and societal attitudes about suicide;
  • Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner;
  • Identify risk alerts and develop a safe plan related to them;
  • Demonstrate the skills required to intervene with a person at risk of suicide;
  • List the types of resources available to a person at risk of suicide, including themselves;
  • Make a commitment to improving community resources and networking; and
  • Recognize that suicide prevention is broader than suicide intervention and includes life promotion and self-care for persons at risk and for caregivers.

ASIST - October 27&28

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day accredited workshop designed to increase risk recognition and intervention skill levels of teachers, outreach workers, health workers, social workers, human resources personnel, etc. ASIST is an intensive, interactive and practice-based course designed to provide intervention skills to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is the most widely used, acclaimed and researched suicide intervention training workshop in the world.

Cost: $275 

Learning Objectives:
The goal of ASIST is to enhance a caregiver’s abilities to assist a person at risk to avoid suicide.  By completing the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize that caregivers and persons at risk are affected by personal and societal attitudes about suicide;
  • Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner;
  • Identify risk alerts and develop a safe plan related to them;
  • Demonstrate the skills required to intervene with a person at risk of suicide;
  • List the types of resources available to a person at risk of suicide, including themselves;
  • Make a commitment to improving community resources and networking; and
  • Recognize that suicide prevention is broader than suicide intervention and includes life promotion and self-care for persons at risk and for caregivers.

ASIST - September 22&23

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day accredited workshop designed to increase risk recognition and intervention skill levels of teachers, outreach workers, health workers, social workers, human resources personnel, etc. ASIST is an intensive, interactive and practice-based course designed to provide intervention skills to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is the most widely used, acclaimed and researched suicide intervention training workshop in the world.

Cost: $275 

Learning Objectives:
The goal of ASIST is to enhance a caregiver’s abilities to assist a person at risk to avoid suicide.  By completing the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize that caregivers and persons at risk are affected by personal and societal attitudes about suicide;
  • Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner;
  • Identify risk alerts and develop a safe plan related to them;
  • Demonstrate the skills required to intervene with a person at risk of suicide;
  • List the types of resources available to a person at risk of suicide, including themselves;
  • Make a commitment to improving community resources and networking; and
  • Recognize that suicide prevention is broader than suicide intervention and includes life promotion and self-care for persons at risk and for caregivers.

ASIST - August 25&26

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day accredited workshop designed to increase risk recognition and intervention skill levels of teachers, outreach workers, health workers, social workers, human resources personnel, etc. ASIST is an intensive, interactive and practice-based course designed to provide intervention skills to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is the most widely used, acclaimed and researched suicide intervention training workshop in the world.

Cost: $275 

Learning Objectives:
The goal of ASIST is to enhance a caregiver’s abilities to assist a person at risk to avoid suicide.  By completing the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize that caregivers and persons at risk are affected by personal and societal attitudes about suicide;
  • Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner;
  • Identify risk alerts and develop a safe plan related to them;
  • Demonstrate the skills required to intervene with a person at risk of suicide;
  • List the types of resources available to a person at risk of suicide, including themselves;
  • Make a commitment to improving community resources and networking; and
  • Recognize that suicide prevention is broader than suicide intervention and includes life promotion and self-care for persons at risk and for caregivers.

ASIST - July 14&15

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day accredited workshop designed to increase risk recognition and intervention skill levels of teachers, outreach workers, health workers, social workers, human resources personnel, etc. ASIST is an intensive, interactive and practice-based course designed to provide intervention skills to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is the most widely used, acclaimed and researched suicide intervention training workshop in the world.

Cost: $275 

Learning Objectives:
The goal of ASIST is to enhance a caregiver’s abilities to assist a person at risk to avoid suicide.  By completing the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize that caregivers and persons at risk are affected by personal and societal attitudes about suicide;
  • Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner;
  • Identify risk alerts and develop a safe plan related to them;
  • Demonstrate the skills required to intervene with a person at risk of suicide;
  • List the types of resources available to a person at risk of suicide, including themselves;
  • Make a commitment to improving community resources and networking; and
  • Recognize that suicide prevention is broader than suicide intervention and includes life promotion and self-care for persons at risk and for caregivers.

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