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Description de l'évenementJoin over 38,500 Certified Mental Health First Aiders across Canada and get involved
Dates: Two Saturdays: May 13th & 20th, 2017 (Participants must attend both days).
Times: 8:30 AM—5:00 PM
Locations: Tyndale University College & Seminary
3377 Bayview Ave. (South of Steeles)
MHFA for Adults Who Interact with Youth focuses on mental health problems and first aid for youth ages 12 to 24. Mental health problems often first develop during adolescence or early adulthood, with half of all mental disorders beginning by age 14, and 75 per cent beginning by age 24. MHFA Canada: For Adults Who Interact with Youth has been reviewed by Canadian experts and provides guidelines for giving first aid.
Mental Health First Aid for Adults Who Interact with Youth (aged 12-24) is a 14-hour course that discusses the following mental disorders:
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Acute stress reaction
Anxiety and trauma related disorders
Crisis first aid skills for the following situations are learned:
26.3% of Canadians could not access mental health care when they needed it
Acute stress reaction
More information, including the course outline, is available at mentalhealthfirstaid.ca.
Adrianne Sequeira's bio photoAdrianne Sequeira, MDiv, Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Psychoanalyst, Registered Nurse
Adrianne is a Registered Psychotherapist, Psychoanalyst and a Registered Nurse with a Certificate in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing. She instructs two courses at Tyndale Seminary (Psychopathology and Addictions), and teaches Mental Health First Aid (both, Basic, and for Adults who interact with Youth). She offers psychoanalytic psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families and psychoanalysis for individuals. Adrianne has worked in the area of psychiatric/mental health for over 20 years. Her main area of expertise is addictions and concurrent disorders.
A Professional Development Certificate will be provided by Mental Health Commission of Canada after successful completion of the two-day training. Participants must attend the full course to qualify for certification.
Bring your own lunch or take advantage of Tyndale’s cafeteria and coffee shop on campus.
Participants will need to pay for their parking ($4 per day) at the main reception desk or in cash at the event. You will need to provide your license plate number to avoid being ticketed.
Early Bird (Expires April 13th, 2017): $200*.
Regular Admission (Effective April 13th, 2017): $250*.
Full-Time Student/Tyndale Staff & Alumni Rate: $200*.
*Fees include HST, all course material, and coffee with light refreshments for both training days.
A $25 administrative fee will be retained on refunds before April 13th, 2017. A $50 fee will be retained on all refunds after April 13th.